non-elective


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Synonyms for non-elective

filled by appointment rather than by election

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The first quarter 2019 SG&A included non-cash stock compensation of $3.7 million, one-time expenses of $0.9 million and a qualified non-elective 401 (k) contribution of $0.7 million, and excluding these items SG&A was $15.7 million.
Consider a non-elective safe harbor match for 3 percent under QACA with a two-year cliff vest.
The USC program will require elective and non-elective courses in areas such as risk identification, risk mitigation and alternative methods for risk management.
non-elective) and preoperative haemoglobin) as predictors of hypotension, and used a projected incidence of 30% hypotension.
For example, preoperative coagulopathy (AOR 3.08; p<0.01), peripheral vascular disorders (AOR 1.25; p=0.03), hypertension (AOR 1.26; p<0.01), and non-elective admission (AOR 1.32; p<0.01) were associated with hemorrhagic complications.
Unlike a 401(k) or state-sponsored plan, the employer must contribute to the SIMPLE IRA -- either dollar-for-dollar matching (up to 3% of the employee's compensation) or a 2% non-elective contribution for all eligible employees.
In addition, Nick can make employer non-elective contributions up to 25% of his compensation, as defined by the plan.
Randomised double-blinded comparison of phenylephrine vs ephedrine for maintaining blood pressure during spinal anaesthesia for non-elective Caesarean section.
Kaye, who named her company after her grandmother, a casualty of breast cancer, is proud to offer a fully-adjustable sports bra that can be worn by women after experiencing non-elective reconstructive breast surgery.
Across England from 2005/06 to 2014/15, there has been a 30.2 per cent decrease in the death rate for both strokes and heart attacks, a 31.7 per cent reduction in deaths following coronary artery bypass graft procedures and a 23.2 per cent drop in the death rate following surgery after a non-elective admission.
According to the company, the study's primary composite endpoint evaluated the incidence of death or non-elective hospital readmissions 90-days after a patient left the hospital.
Writing in the BMJ, he said figures show that in England the proportion of all elective and non-elective procedures that were carried out as day cases each year went from a low of around 7 per cent in 1974 to nearly 35 per cent by 2013 - an increase from around 417,000 to 6.3 million cases a year.
Writing in the BMJ, he said figures show that in England the proportion of all elective and non-elective procedures that were carried out as day cases each year went from a low of around 7% in 1974 to nearly 35% by 2013 - an increase from around 417,000 to 6.3 million cases a year.
The owner can make elective-deferral contributions from compensation of up to $18,000 in 2015 ($24,000 for those 50 and up) as well as employer non-elective contributions.
Wait times in the United States typically average one or two weeks for non-elective surgery, and six to eight weeks for elective surgery.