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  • v. Present participle of undertreat.


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  • I forgot to add, the last straw was when Medicare (which does nursing home surveillance) put in various penalties for undertreating pain (how that was determined I dunno), and at the same time penalizing for overtreatment (determined by causing delirium or if the patient falls).

    "If you're demented, you're wasting people's lives -- your family's lives -- and you're wasting the resources of the National Health Service."

  • "We're overtreated one group and undertreating another," says Daniel Weiss, chief medical officer of Vicor Technologies Inc., a Boca Raton, Fla., startup that has devised an algorithm that can assess a patient's risk of sudden cardiac arrest by analyzing heart beats.

    Defibrillators Can Save Lives --

  • Now, because we don't know which cancers are aggressive and which are indolent, we're overtreating some patients and undertreating others.

    'It's Almost Too Good for Us to Believe'

  • Some veterans groups applaud efforts to better diagnose traumatic brain injuries, but say it's more likely that the military has been undertreating the problem.

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  • "It is time that the public came to understand why they are frightened: the scandal of greed and corruption has gripped the United States of America, yet people perceive that this is an accounting battle which can be won by undertreating or mistreating patients and starving doctors!"

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper


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