noninjury

noninjury

(nɒnˈɪndʒərɪ)
adj
not involving injury
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The only high-ranking noninjury cause of death overall was neoplasms, yet childhood cancer accounted for just 9% of all deaths.
Tight end Dion Sims (concussion) did not practice all week and is out, while safety DeAndre Houston-Carson missed practice with a noninjury issue.
The mechanism may be due to the following: (1) promoting cerebral angiogenesis in CI rats, improving the blood supply to the cerebral ischemic areas, and reducing the number of ischemia-caused necrotic neurons;[28] therefore, the adjacent noninjury area can occur functional reorganization, which plays important roles in recovering the cognitive function[29] and (2) improving the link and transfer of neural networks and promoting the reconstruction of the functional loop in the injured brain area;[30] thus, the curvature of the hippocampal synaptic interface and the thickness of the posterior synaptic intense masses can be increased, the percentage of perforated synapse can be increased,[31] and the transfer function among different active areas can thus be greatly enhanced.
Our goal is to educate drivers so that we can also eliminate noninjury, nuisance crashes resulting from driver confusion.
But the Portland metro area's dense urban landscape - with more traffic lights and other traffic controls, and many lower speed limits - might be why that area had fewer fatalities even while it had more injury and noninjury crashes than more rural Lane County.
Distracted driving was to blame for 16 percent of injury and fatal crashes, and 26 percent of noninjury incidents.
may cause pain or even death during a delicate operation, but are guilty only of the much less serious arambhaja-himsa." But even such licensed harm still has bad karmic effect, for as Jaini goes on to stress, "one who has taken the vow of noninjury must exercise a high degree of care in order to minimize even arambhaja-himsa."
Motor-evoked potential and sensory-evoked potential tests were performed at baseline and after all procedures in each group such as rmTBI, anodal tDCS treatment, or noninjury. Brain MRI was performed 12 days after rmTBI.
"But I think I know the difference now between a bad injury and a noninjury, having suffered quite a bad one."
"This initiative responds to improving the response to noninjury fallers, to improve the chances of the patient staying at home, reduce the need for the traditional ambulance response and encourage more collaboration between the appropriate agencies."
In this study, this figure included injury and noninjury accidents.