impairment

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The result of being impaired; a deterioration or weakening; a disability or handicap; an inefficient part or factor
As defined by the World Health Organization, an impairment is nay loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological, or anatomical structure or function It represents a deviation from the person's usual biomedical state An impairment is thus any loss of function directly resulting from injury or disease
The amount by which stated capital is reduced by distributions and losses
Any aspect of the health, occupation, activities, or life-style of a proposed insured that could increase his or her expected mortality or morbidity
If someone has an impairment, they have a condition which prevents their eyes, ears, or brain from working properly. He has a visual impairment in the right eye. mental/visual/cognitive/hearing etc impairment a condition in which a part of a person's mind or body is damaged or does not work well
is a term used when there is any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological, or anatomical structure or function (Note: an impairment does not necessarily result in a "disability" or "handicap" -- click here for examples )
Any physiological disorder or condition, cosmetic disfigurement, or anatomical loss affecting one or more of the body s multiple systems, including the special sense organs, neurological, musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, reproductive, digestive, genito-urinary, hemic and lymphatic, skin and endocrine systems The ADA further defines impairment as any mental or psychological disorder, such as mental retardation, organic brain syndrome, emotional or mental illness, and specific learning disabilities
An impairment is any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological or anatomical structure or function
an inefficient part or factor
the act of making something futile and useless (as by routine)
A detrimental effect on the biological integrity of a water body caused by impact that prevents attainment of the designated or existing use
detrimental effect on the biological integrity of a waterbody caused by an impact that prevents attainment of the designated use
This is when the `trading opportunites' of a nation are impaired by something that another nation or set of nations does, particularly when it doesn't violate any GATT article A common example is when trade diversion resulting from a new RTA causes a country's exports to be displaced from the market of an RTA member by exports from another RTA member
(WHO definition) Dysfunction resulting from pathological changes in a system
The degree to which a scenic view or distance of clear visibility is degraded by man-made pollutants
dysfunction, damage or deterioration
A permanent loss of use or function of a body part or system as measured by a physician
damage that results in a reduction of strength or quality
loss of normal function of part of the body due to disease or injury, such as paralysis of the leg
a symptom of reduced quality or strength
the condition of being unable to perform as a consequence of physical or mental unfitness; "reading disability"; "hearing impairment"
is any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological or anatomical structure or function (ICIDH)
a defect in organ function or whole body system, which may be temporary or permanent (eg hemiplegia)
an impairment is something that may prevent a person doing something such as walking, reading or concentrating For example a spinal injury may mean that a person uses a wheelchair to get about or a blind person reads using Braille A spinal injury or blindness is an impairment
"An abnormality of structure and/or function at the organ level At this stage, an affected individual becomes aware of the pathology or, in behavioral terms, becomes aware that he or she is unhealthy Subclasses of impairment include disfigurement and intellectual, psychological, language, aural, visceral, skeletal, and sensory abnormalities (below the knee amputation for an infected, ischemic foot)
The state of being impaired; injury
A detrimental effect on the biological integrity of a water body caused by impact that prevents attainment of the designated use (USEPA Region 5)
Any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological, or anatomical structure or function
Actual physical defect (Refers to the biological forces )
Any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological, or anatomical structure or function from injury or disease It represents a deviation from the person's usual biomedical state
For insurance underwriting purposes, any aspect of a proposed insured's present health, medical history, health habits, family history, occupation, or other activities that could increase that person's expected mortality risk
faculty, e g hearing or eyesight, that does not function properly or 100% effectively
refers to "loss" or abnormality of psychological or emotional structure or function It can be defined objectively (medical procedures to evaluate impairment include clinical examination, lab tests, and patient’s medical history and symptom reports) and is unrelated to individuals’ social circumstances It reflects limitations of capacity or functional ability, the degree of pathology
{i} act of making worse; deterioration; handicap; defect, flaw
the occurrence of a change for the worse
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{n} a diminution, an injury
cognitive impairment
A breakdown in a person's mental state that may affect a person's moods, fears, anxieties, and ability to think clearly
hearing impairment
Disability category under IDEA; permanent or fluctuating impairment in hearing that adversely affects educational performance
hearing impairment
Any physical impairment to a person which restricts the range of sounds they can hear to less than that available to most healthy adults The term began to replace the more cumbersome 'deaf and partially hearing' in the last quarter of the twentieth century
hearing impairment
A degree of hearing loss, temporary or permanent, due to many causes Hearing loss con be caused by illness, disease, or by exposure to excessively high noise levels Affects 25 - 50 million people in USA of all ages Hearing impairment as generally used means a hearing loss of mild, moderate, or severe degree as opposed to "deafness" which is generally described as little or no residual hearing with or without the aid of an assistive listening device Hearing impaired persons are particularly adversely affected by long reverberation times
hearing impairment
Students with a significant degree of hearing loss that interferes with their development or adversely affects their educational performance in a general education classroom may be eligible for special education
hearing impairment
A full or partial loss of the ability to detect sounds The inability to hear sounds, or distinguish among different sounds, will result in problems with speech and language development 'Deafness' is the traditional term used to describe loss of hearing, but 'hearing impairment' is the preferred term that encompasses the fact there are different degrees of hearing loss
hearing impairment
a problem related to hearing Hearing impairment can be partial, in which case the person hears some things, but not all Or hearing impairment can be total, in which case the person hears nothing at all
hearing impairment
A generic term indicating a hearing disability which may range in severity from mild to profound
hearing impairment
A loss in hearing, ranging from mild to complete
hearing impairment
the decreased ability or complete inability to hear
hearing impairment
An impairment in hearing, whether permanent or fluctuating, that adversely affects a child's educational performance but that is not included under the definition of deafness as listed above
hearing impairment
impairment of the sense of hearing
impairments
plural of impairment
visual impairment
impairment of the sense of sight
impairment

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    [ im-'par, -'per ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. impair +‎ -ment

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