protocolize

protocolize

(ˈprəʊtəʊkɒˌlaɪz) or

protocolise

vb (tr)
to make a protocol of
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This layered model of diagnosis, backed up by the model of stress, described above, aims to protocolize the psychological, clinical, and biochemical tests that must be used to effectively diagnose stress during pregnancy, assuming this as an allostatic challenge to the mother embedded into the multidimensional framework that sustains stress.
Use of sepsis protocols was lower although respondents indicated that they were interested in learning more about their institutional ability to protocolize the diagnosis and treatment of sepsis, severe sepsis and septic shock.
The desire for certainty--under the guise of "professionalism"--may incite managers to protocolize dialogical life.
The practitioner should advise the testator of the necessity to protocolize the will and may want to refer the testator to a legal assistance office in Puerto Rico when he next returns to the island.
It would, also, be desirable to protocolize the evaluation of personality, as a part of the initial assessment, in order to be able to draw up interventions that are more effective and more suited to the characteristics of these patients.