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(Askeri) prevention
The act of preventing or hindering; obstruction of action, access, or approach; thwarting. --South

Casca, be sudden, for we fear prevention. --Shakespeare.

action to prevent occurrence or development of a health problem and/or its complications Can be divided into three categories
Worldwide, the majority of HCC is associated with chronic HBV infection Today, however, all newborns are vaccinated against hepatitis B in China and other Asian countries Therefore, the frequency of chronic HBV in future generations will decrease Eventually, perhaps in three or four generations, HBV will be totally eradicated, thereby eliminating the most common risk factor for HCC
A quality assurance strategy that attempts to identify and correct unacceptable service or product characteristics during the design, development, or production phases A future-oriented strategy that improves quality by directing analysis and action toward correcting the production process; consistent with a philosophy of never-ending improvement A future oriented quality management strategy that principally occurs in the design of a process It involves communication, planning, proofing, and working up front to eliminate opportunities for nonconformance
A future-oriented, proactive, approach to quality management, which achieves quality improvement through corrective action on a process
Stopping drug use before it starts, intervening to halt the progression of drug use once it has begun, changing environmental conditions that encourage addictive drug use
Activities directed at reducing the incidence of fires, including public education, law enforcement, personal contact, and reduction of fuel hazards
The act of preventing or hindering; obstruction of action, access, or approach; thwarting
To take action Stop something before it happens
The goals of medicine are to promote health, to preserve health, to restore health when it is impaired, and to minimize suffering and distress These goals are embodied in the word prevention, which is easiest to define in the context of levels, customarily called primary, secondary and tertiary prevention
anticipation of needs or wishes; hence, precaution; forethought
Used in its broad public health context, "prevention" includes primary prevention (avoidance of onset), secondary prevention (early intervention), and tertiary prevention (treatment and rehabilitation) No distinction is made herein between "treatment" and "prevention"
Measures taken to minimize the release of wastes to the environment
{i} aversion, avoidance; act of delaying, act of forestalling; hindrance, impediment
The act of going, or state of being, before
the act of preventing; "there was no bar against leaving"; "money was allocated to study the cause and prevention of influenza"
The reduction of cancer risk with cancer fighting agents A change in life-style, such as not smoking, can help prevent lung and many other cancers
Activities to prevent a natural phenomenon or a potential hazard from having harmful effects on either persons or property Disaster prevention includes such activities as cloud seeding to control meteorological patterns, the construction of dams or dikes to prevent flooding and attempts to reduce tectonic tension by such measures as pumping water in to earthquake faults
Anticipation; esp
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