preexisting


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Synonyms for preexisting

existing previously or before something

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The announcement also amends the transition rules for completing due diligence on preexisting obligations.
Under the ACA, health plans are barred beginning in 2014 from discriminating against adults with preexisting conditions.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) presented its program, the Preexisting Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP), that will lower premiums and ease eligibility standards for preexisting conditions for those denied coverage.
In the study, which involved more than 171,000 pregnant women with preexisting (chronic) hypertension, the rate of adverse fetal outcomes with ongoing pregnancy rose and the rate of neonatal adverse outcomes after labor induction fell in nonlinear fashion between the gestational ages of 36 and 41 weeks.
Insurance premiums can skyrocket if the applicant is high risk and the applicant can be denied due to a preexisting health condition.
In the draft guidance released in October 2007, FDA recommends drug developers enroll patients with preexisting liver disease in at least Phase III clinical trials, especially if the drug might eventually be used in such patients.
Combat this defense during voir dire by securing a commitment from jurors that they will not assess damages based on preexisting conditions.
Results showed that all 5 patients treated locally with Aastrom's TRCs, exhibited a statistically significant increase in bone height at the 3-month evaluation point, and the cell graft had started to integrate with the surrounding preexisting bone of the upper jaw by 4 months, with no cell-related adverse events.
Preexisting HI antibodies to the 1957 A2/Asian virus in sera collected before the pandemic were reported for some persons >75 years of age, which suggested that human influenza viruses were recycling (6).
Another 19 percent of maternal deaths are indirectly caused by such preexisting disorders as malaria, anemia, and heart disease.
GLB's privacy provisions duplicate preexisting laws requiring practitioners to maintain the privacy of clients' nonpublic financial information.
Persons with preexisting airway disease appear most likely to be affected.
The Court of Appeals, in reversing the Appellate Division, held that "the determination of a zoning board regarding the continuation of a preexisting nonconforming use must be sustained if it is rational and supported by substantial evidence, even if the reviewing court would have reached a different result (citation omitted).
Preexisting responsibilities and liabilities remain with the originally liable party.
In many instances, practitioners and judges in the workers' compensation system will have no problems interpreting and applying this statutory scheme, because if a claimant lacking preexisting conditions is injured while working in the course and scope of the employment, liability will attach.