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to order treatment for someone, or to say what someone should do or use to treat an illness or injury:
Indeed, patients were often reluctant to be prescribed a detoxification drug which had not led to them successfully achieving abstinence in the past.
In addition to prescribing forms of work to the patient, each of the three models assigns the physician a moral function alongside his technical function.
The structure of the generated shape need not be prescribed by the rule and ultimately the history of generation to that point.
The theory prescribed not only how to organize the travel report, but also what was to be visited and asked for.
Physician attitudes and concerns were relatively more correlated with their ratings of reluctance to prescribe than with their actual frequency of prescribing.
Of the 43 respondents, two-thirds prescribed on average seven or more times a week, with only two prescribing less than once a week.
These guidelines also prescribed stricter standards for interpreting the language of the examination reports.
Since the nominal motion is not prescribed, the main problem is the computation of the position error in the considered time instance.
Eleven patients were prescribed " nothing " at randomization, but nine of these actually received treatment during the following 8 months.
Eleven percent had taken a tranquillizer, antidepressant or sleeping tablet, and all these compounds had been prescribed by a doctor.
In all cases, attempts were made by the prescribing clinician to justify this offprotocol prescribing generally on apparent clinical severity.