essential care

essential care

That care received within a theater that is dependent upon the mission, enemy, terrain, troops, time available, and other civilian considerations. It includes first responder care, forward resuscitative surgery, and en route care as well as treatment and hospitalization to return the patient to duty or to stabilize for movement to a higher level of care. See also en route care; first responder phase; forward resuscitative surgery; patient; theater.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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There is little wonder then that the country is failing miserably in combating the scourge of illicit drug use when a gP refuses or is not allowed to provide essential care when it is urgently required.
Funds go to youth charities and organisations to help them undertake projects and new initiatives or to ensure that muchneeded services can continue to provide essential care and support.
Addressing the function, ambassador Saigo hoped that the reconstruction of Paropakar Maternity and Women's Hospital would provide quality reproductive health service to women and essential care for mother and new born babies.
"The ward who supported her treatment continues to offer essential care for this terrible and incurable disease, so I want to raise money towards the vital day-to-day care.
By ordering a beautiful windchime, you'll help fund essential care services.
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On his arrival, he said today's world health is a shared responsibility, involving equitable access to essential care and collective defense against transnational threats, a statement received here said.
The nurses also provided the researchers reports on tasks considered "essential care" that they missed during shifts.
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Not only does this help to provide essential care and support to local families right now, it also enables the Hospice to plan and develop their services for the future.

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