treatability

treatability

(ˌtriːtəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
responsiveness to treatment
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EM worked with Washington State Department of Ecology during the course of the treatability study.
Selection criteria for prioritisation included: all-cause mortality, healthcare and community burden, prevalence of resistance, 10-year trend of resistance, transmissibility, preventability in hospital and community settings, and treatability and current pipeline, thereby making the exclusion of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from the PPL inconceivable, justifiably provoking the international medical and scientific fraternity.
What I have also become aware of, is how, whilst the rhetoric claims to 'clinical judgements' and 'clinical decisions' is ubiquitous, in this area, quite often such claims are made to further an agenda of another nature, whether this relates to sheer prejudice or bigotry regarding the person's diagnosis and its treatability, to a perceived necessity to abide by the 'austerity' agenda, and cuts, or any other sometimes dubious justification for denying a more appropriate service to a patient.
The company also possesses an in-house treatability laboratory dedicated to enhancing waste treatment and solidification/stabilisation efforts.
According to him, treatability of GMDs varies from region to region and Oman is fortunate as in this country the GMD is somehow different than in the Western countries and up to 70 per cent of GMDs are treatable.
Veolia partnered with CEC for phase 2 of the project, with Veolia conducting treatability studies and developing the treatment process and system design for treating the AMD.
Investigation on treatability of Paulownia wood using polymerization technique.
Three lites dumps were identified as a large potential resource for prolonging the life of the Ellendale project, therefore a sampling program was proposed and undertaken to provide information on the potential revenues of the dumps and their associated treatability.
Previous findings and present experimental conditions: Anaerobic treatability studies on high strength poultry manure wastewater were fully investigated in our previous studies (Yetilmezsoy, 2008; Yetilmezsoy and Sakar, 2008a; Yetilmezsoy and Sakar, 2008b; Yetilmezsoy and Sapci-Zengin, 2009; Yetilmezsoy et al.
concerns--information about John's relative risk or treatability,
A process data collection was performed and integrated with a characterization of the process effluents in terms of treatability and reusability.
In the light of our own clinical experience, individuals with mental health problems and their families are often reluctant to seek help for various reasons, including ignorance about the features and treatability of mental disorders, beliefs that the problem should be solved by themselves, confining the problem to close relations without consulting professionals, and stigma connected with psychiatry, although Japanese people generally accept the need for medical treatment for physical problems.