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Synonyms for elective

not compulsory or automatic

Synonyms for elective

a course that the student can select from among alternatives

subject to popular election

not compulsory

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Parents notify their local authority that they are home educating their children on a voluntary basis (unless they have withdrawn their child from school), therefore not all electively home educated children will be captured within this data.
At 7 months of age, cardiac catheterisation was performed electively to fully delineate other possible cardiac anomalies, whereat the anomalous origin of the left pulmonary artery was confirmed.
1C]) may be requested electively where appropriate.
If the electively deferred compensation is based on performance criteria or services performed over a period of at least 12 months (e.
We recently anaesthetised a man with Brugada syndrome presenting for a panendoscopy as a day surgical patient using sugammadex reversal of rocuronium-induced neuromuscular blockade electively.
She also had some respiratory problems so we had to put her on ventilator electively to improve her condition," he said.
Given the patient's clinical deterioration and poor prognosis, she was electively extubated and then died.
However, excellent local control has been reported when the cervical nodes were electively included.
When subjects stopped listing reasons/answers to the question, they were again asked if there were any further answers to add, and subsequently age, race, insurance provider, and gender were ascertained as electively provided.
Over the next live to 10 wars we have some tremendous opportunities for treating brain injuries and disorders of all sorts more electively.
Due to patient's previous chest discomfort and tachycardia with high level of hsTn, concomitant electrophysiological study (EPS) and ablation and coronary artery angiography (CAG) were electively performed for the patient in the next few days.
Administration of oxytocin was the most common method used for elective induction (66%), and led to vaginal delivery in 88% of cases; cesarean section was required in 12% of electively induced deliveries.
4) In my experience, the people who missed class on a Friday did not do so electively, but because of a lack of discipline the prior evening.
Identify how to work more electively with outside professionals who can help in the succession and estate planning area, where I've chosen to work with my clients and my firm's clients.