nontherapeutic

nontherapeutic

(ˌnɒnˌθɛrəˈpjuːtɪk)
adj
(Medicine) not relating to therapy
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Zaoutis, Nontherapeutic Use of Antimicrobial Agents in Animal Agriculture: Implications for Pediatrics, 136 PEDIATRICS el670, el670-73 (2015) [hereinafter 2015 AAP Report].
171-76), is quite far removed from using German constitutional law to decide whether the Due Process Clauses of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments secure to women a right of access to nontherapeutic abortions.
While the emphasis of this theme informed readers what to think about, the fact that these articles pointed toward nontherapeutic uses (i.
The scholarly overemphasis on tricky moral quandaries associated with the nontherapeutic use of PGD where liberty concerns are at the forefront impedes any proposed solutions to unequal access to using PGD to prevent inherited illnesses.
statutory clarification necessary for BON monitoring of nontherapeutic prescribing by advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs);
Kuriansky, a clinical psychologist who has provided psychosocial support for Ebola survivors in West Africa, provides 25 chapters that explore the psychosocial problems and needs caused by the Ebola epidemic, emphasizing nontherapeutic interventions to help people cope with crisis, develop life skills, and become resilient.
We will provide nontherapeutic and culturally sensitive counseling to address any immediate needs and to facilitate adaptation to school and community.
Group A underwent a chiropractic Spinal Manipulative Therapy (SMT) procedure, while Group B underwent nontherapeutic Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) procedure.
12) More recently enacted state statutes, as well, draw distinctions between therapeutic and nontherapeutic abortion, often defining "therapeutic" quite narrowly.
6-10) Historically, a low threshold for surgical exploration was employed, owing to the fear of missing a clinically occult vascular or aerodigestive injury, (7) (8) all the while acknowledging that approximately 50-60% of these explorations would be nontherapeutic.
For example, prior to the NHA, Van Wyk submitted that nontherapeutic research with children should only be possible if it was classified as being observational in nature and did not pose more than a minor increase over minimal risk.
It is important to note that the majority of participants across various studies were unable to tolerate oral iron due to adverse events (most often gastrointestinal related), which led to dose reductions to nontherapeutic levels or patient self-discontinuation.