Treatment may refer to:
- Treatment, therapy used to remedy a health problem
- Treatment, a process or intervention in the design of experiments
- Treatment group, a collection of items or individuals given the same treatment in an experiment
- Water treatment
- Sewage treatment
- Surface treatment or surface finishing, processes used to improve the surface of a manufactured item
- National treatment, economic term for the principle that foreigners and domestic nationals are treated equally
- Film treatment, prose telling of a story intended to be turned into a screenplay
- In the card game bridge, a treatment is the meaning associated with a natural bid as distinct from a conventional bid
Other articles related to "treatment, treatments":
... Medical treatment of PCOS is tailored to the patient's goals ... categories Lowering of insulin levels Restoration of fertility Treatment of hirsutism or acne Restoration of regular menstruation, and prevention of endometrial hyperplasia and endometrial cancer In each of these ...
... social class of an individual greatly determine his or her access to HIV/AIDs treatment ... were more likely than African Americans to receive treatment, while the middle to upper classes were more likely to receive treatment than the poor ... medical personnel made strong efforts to remove obstacles that prevented equal access to HIV/AIDs treatment ...
... Treatments for sleep disorders generally can be grouped into four categories Behavioral and psychotherapeutic treatment Rehabilitation and management Medication Other somatic treatment None of these ... Rather, the choice of a specific treatment depends on the patient's diagnosis, medical and psychiatric history, and preferences, as well as the expertise of the treating clinician ... Medications and somatic treatments may provide the most rapid symptomatic relief from some sleep disturbances ...
... Parent counselling is also an important aspect of occupational therapy treatment with regard to optimizing the parent's skills in caring for and playing with their child to support improvement of their ...
... one case, Robert Eads died of ovarian cancer after being refused treatment by more than two dozen doctors ... showing that refusal of treatment due to transphobia is not uncommon ... they backed away and stopped administering treatment ...
Famous quotes containing the word treatment:
“Judge Ginsburgs selection should be a modelchosen on merit and not ideology, despite some naysaying, with little advance publicity. Her treatment could begin to overturn a terrible precedent: that is, that the most terrifying sentence among the accomplished in America has become, Honeythe White House is on the phone.”
—Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)
“The treatment of the incident of the assault upon the sailors of the Baltimore is so conciliatory and friendly that I am of the opinion that there is a good prospect that the differences growing out of that serious affair can now be adjusted upon terms satisfactory to this Government by the usual methods and without special powers from Congress.”
—Benjamin Harrison (18331901)
“[17th-century] Puritans were the first modern parents. Like many of us, they looked on their treatment of children as a test of their own self-control. Their goal was not to simply to ensure the childs duty to the family, but to help him or her make personal, individual commitments. They were the first authors to state that children must obey God rather than parents, in case of a clear conflict.”
—C. John Sommerville (20th century)