However, in practice, pediatric healthcare providers will continue to have a key role in identifying children at risk
In a survey of 265 outpatients, Zafrani and McLaughlin (1990) identified 56 who were most at risk
of contracting AIDS, based upon sexual and/or drug activities.
Identifying populations at risk
from environmental contamination from point sources.
465 provides that a taxpayer may take a deduction from leasing depreciable property only to the extent that he is at risk
in the leasing activity.
that puts you at risk
for breast cancer," says Barbara Hulka of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Public Health.
"Many American managers look at risk
as having only two outcomes--a win or a loss.
"Targeting interventions to people at risk
for reinfection may be an effective way of maximally preventing gonorrhoea transmission and reducing resource utilisation," they conclude.
The ADA now advises anyone aged 45 or older to get a fasting blood sugar test once every three years, and more often if they are at high risk (see "Who's at Risk
The notional amount is not at risk
; typically, only 2 percent to 5 percent of the notional amount represents credit exposure.
Adventurous vacations, home invasions, thefts, and lawsuits by personal staff are just a few things placing not only clients' assets, but also their well-being, at risk
. For some risks, insurance protection may not always be available, or it may be too expensive to make sense.
A research section includes downloadable papers on value at risk
, risk visualization and accuracy vs.
To change the chronic course of disease, treatment must be specifically directed at the responsible agent and applied to the appropriate stage of pathogenesis in the population at risk
. Thus, the pathobiologic interaction between infection, inflammation and free radicals, lipids, genetics, and other cardiovascular risk factors must be clarified with more sensitive, specific, and standardized tools.
However, it is important that supervisors recognize that bank shareholders must earn a competitive rate of return on the capital they place at risk
and that unnecessarily high capital requirements will impede the functioning of the banking system.