nonsystemic

nonsystemic

(ˌnɒnsɪˈstɛmɪk)
adj
1. (Medicine) med not systemic
2. (Stock Exchange) stock exchange (of an investment risk) not common to all investments but due to the specific securities of a given investment. Also: unsystemic
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A triple-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial concluded that topical menthol acutely reduced pain intensity during the working day in slaughterhouse workers with CTS and should be considered as an effective nonsystemic alternative to regular analgesics in the workplace management of chronic and neuropathic pain.
Dental hygiene prescriptive authority is limited to fluoride agents, topical oral anesthetic agents and nonsystemic oral antimicrobials.
at 59-61 (explaining that different value judgments have different implications for answering that question), systemic externalities should certainly count in limiting freedom of contract because they not only harm the public, who cannot contract to protect themselves, but also cause much more harm than nonsystemic externalities, such as widespread poverty and unemployment, see Schwarcz, Misalignment, supra note 8, at 16-17.
Sensitivity and specificity of anti-SmD1-amino-acid 83-119 peptide antibody in children with systemic lupus erythematosus and nonsystemic lupus erythematosus
Indeed, the interventions may have harmed the long-term appeal of Chinese stock markets: they demonstrated that liquidity can be withdrawn without notice and that prices may be subject to continuous manipulation if the government gets used to intervening for nonsystemic or political reasons.
In each treatment six plants were tagged and the efficacy of ten fungicides (four systemic, three nonsystemic fungicides and two bio agents, one plant product and one insecticide, one micro nutrient) was tested with one untreated control.
Evaluation uses a set of examples to illustrate the proposed approach, with a nonsystemic analysis of gathered information from the execution of examples.
Sommer, "Cutaneous activation of rage in nonsystemic vasculitic and diabetic neuropathy," Muscle & Nerve, vol.
We used nerve biopsy specimens of patients with axonal neuropathy (AN), systemic and nonsystemic vasculitic neuropathy (NSVN) and hereditary neuropathy with liability to pressure palsy (HNPP) (as a control group).
Memoirs and the historical literature underscore the nonsystemic causes of Gulag mortality: deaths resulting from underdevelopment (poor sanitation and infrastructure), violent criminal gangs, shortages and theft of food, sadistic guards, or factors external to the system, such as the harsh climate and war.
In enacting Dodd-Frank, Congress was concerned that the failure of large financial institutions could create instability in the US financial system; it was not concerned with the control or prudential regulation of firms--each of them nonsystemic alone--that allegedly create systemic risk by transacting with one another.