Necessary

(redirected from unnecessary)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Necessary

An expense that is appropriate and helpful in furthering the taxpayer's business or income-producing activity. See also Ordinary defined elsewhere in this glossary.
References in periodicals archive ?
In response to this growing evidence, Sorin Group has developed a unique pacing mode, AAIsafeR, which is designed to avoid unnecessary ventricular pacing by promoting the patient's natural electrical conduction (AV conduction).
If we are going to go through that process, I think a citywide vote is not only unnecessary, but an infringement on the rights of the people living in the San Fernando Valley,'' McClintock said.
The dual-chamber version also incorporates an innovative pacing mode called MVP(TM), or Managed Ventricular Pacing, which promotes natural heart activity by significantly reducing unnecessary pacing in the heart's lower right chamber (ventricle).
These are also unnecessary in most cases because such risks are usually covered either by your own auto or homeowner's insurance.
11, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Doctors are charging Medicare millions for apparently unnecessary tests of seniors for illegal drugs like cocaine and PCP according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of Medicare payment data.
physicians say doctors ordering unnecessary medical tests and procedures is a serious problem--but just as many admit they do so at least once every week.
As such, an efficient regulation system continues to be an increasing challenge for the local palm oil industry while protecting the environment, as unnecessary and duplicate regulatory burden imposes superfluous costs to business and industry.
The report looked at six areas that contribute to unnecessary costs: medication nonadherence, delayed evidence-based treatment practice, misuse of antibiotics, medication errors, suboptimal use of generics, and mismanaged polypharmacy in older adults.
Description: Project to (1) leverage and expand the reach of the 2012 Choosing Wisely campaign of the ABIM Foundation to raise awareness about avoiding unnecessary care; (2) spur physicians, patients and other health care stakeholders to think and talk about medical tests and procedures that may be unnecessary; and (3) prepare providers, patients and other stakeholders to decrease unnecessary health care utilization.
IN your article about the clean-up of the city centre for the 2012 Olympics, reference was made to removing unnecessary traffic lights.
The Case of the Unnecessary Sequel: A Doyle Malloy Mystery" tells the story of Detective Doyle Malloy and his investigation of a murder that happens on a controversial film.