resolutive


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resolutive

(rɪˈzɒljʊtɪv)
adj
1. capable of dissolving; causing disintegration
2. (Law) law denoting a condition the fulfilment of which terminates a contract or other legal obligation
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The revision and validation of the new version of the technical standard will allow the strengthening of the Telehealth service to provide remote medical care, interconnecting health facilities with low resolutive capacity in the interior of the country, with hospitals and highly specialized Institutes.
This practice has a great impact on medical education, since it allows establishing the educational diagnosis, since it clarifies lags in the teaching practice and allows the formulation of resolutive proposals for the problems found (6).
The detection depth D of the TEM method is related to transmitting magnetic torque, all-time apparent resistivity, and the minimum resolutive voltage.
Besides that, allows "a better organization of the service and the adoption of respect, autonomy and relationship between professionals and users, aiming at an integral and resolutive approach with different multi-professional interventions" (p.
the regime of the property (ownership, usufruct, easements); obligations and contracts (mutual agreement, transfer by delivery, agreement by shaking hands, earnest money, resolutive clause, emphyteusis); serfdom (colonate); successions (oral testament, equality between heirs of blood); trial proceedings (summoning, avoidance of judgment in absentia).
Thus, knowledge of all these domains helps the nurse to provide a resolutive care, targeted to the needs of each person, and that the main element involved in this cohesive assistance is the clinical reasoning of nurses, a systematic and dynamic process that involves mental functions and guides the decision-making in the care for the individual.
211 created the five-member Resolutive Commission (Comision Resolutiva).
Initially a linear gradient was used to elute the bound proteins but this was not sufficiently resolutive as it resulted in overlapping peaks.
Salicornias in general are very rich in iodine phosphorus calcium silicon zinc manganese and vitamins A C and D [1] and also in diuretic depurative and resolutive (curative) substances.
The resolutive part of a decision must be communicated to participants of disciplinary proceedings during the meeting immediately upon completion of proceedings.
Her topics include the will's tendency to the good and moral science, the compositive method of practical moral science, and practical moral science and the resolutive method of counsel.
We agree with other authors (10) when they claim that only if we overcome the boundaries between disciplines and articulate the processes of teaching-learning to work and research, by means of an inter and transdisciplinary approach to the construction of knowledge, it will be possible to educate generalist professionals, endowed with a humanistic vision and prepared to provide continuous and resolutive care to people.