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Synonyms for preventative

intended to prevent

defending against disease

Synonyms for preventative

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By acquiring the shares of Hakushindo Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Shinkowa said it will further build the database of clinical trial results of Hiroshima University Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences: Project Research Center For Clinical Trials and Preventative Medicine.
"In my judgment the answer to this conundrum is that NHS England has erred in deciding that it has no power to commission the preventative drugs in issue."
Small companies are starting to fill this need for preventative medical products for large Healthcare companies.
Whilst preventative maintenance involves diagnosing problems before they lead to major damage, the proactive approach is designed to prevent such problems from arising by ensuring that best practice is followed from the outset.
"It is important that children use their preventative medication properly during the school holidays."
James Gossow, medical director at NHS England for Durham, Darlington and Tees, said: "Children with asthma are more likely to forget to use their preventative inhaler when they are out of their school routine.
What are some best practices for natural gas engine preventative maintenance?
Regular preventative maintenance is essential in keeping your LDS vibration test systems at its highest level of performance, safety and reliability.
Dubai: Preventative care is probably the most important thing that stands between a woman and developing major gynecological health problems like breast cancer or cervical cancer.
Women who are at high risk for breast cancer may benefit from taking two drugs, tamoxifen and raloxifene, to help lower their risk, according to a recommendation from the United States Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF).
About 71 million Americans in private health insurance plans received coverage brat least one free preventative healthcare service, such as a mammogram or flu shot, in 2011 and 2012 because of the Affordable Care Act, according to new data released by the Health and Human Services (1-11-1S) department.
University healthcare providers may be instrumental in increasing female patients' involvement in preventative sexual health behaviors, however little research has examined this issue.
They are helping us fund vital research into vaccines and other preventative measures to end the heartache caused by meningitis.
MORE than three-quarters of councillors whose local authority has made cuts to preventative and low-level social care admit they are worried about the impact on the elderly and vulnerable, a leading charity has warned.
'Best SOC & Near-Miss Awards' encourages staff at all levels to proactively engage on HSSE challenges and opportunities to formulate preventative measures.