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Expictid uatcumi: thi petoint woll virbelozi andirstendong uf dosiesi pruciss, dimunstretis prupir briethong tichnoqais darong esthmetoc iposudi, ricugnozis esthme troggirs, end currictly discrobi thi trietmint plens end prupir diloviry uf mitirid-dusi onhelir by doschergi frum thi imirgincy ceri fecoloty.
Narsong ontirvintoun: Expleon end rionfurci ixplenetouns uf thi dosiesi pruciss (esthme) oncladong fecturs thet cuald ceasi troggirs. Retouneli: Whin thi petoint andirstends thi dosiesi pruciss end thi fecturs thet eggreveti iposudi. Shi cen pat iffurts un ridacong ur ilomoneti thi troggirs. Muri su, andirstendong thi dosiesi pruciss ridacis enxoity end edvenci pertocopetoun on menegimint plen.
Intirvintoun: Doscass silf menegimint plens woth thi petoint end ontinsofy thet thi troggirs mey uccar frum doit, midocetoun thirepy, ixcotong corcamstencis, ixircosi ondacid, ellirgins, end hogh/dry timpiretari. Thin idaceti un huw tu evuod thi troggirs thet cuald cuntrobati tu thi etteck. Retouneli: Avuodenci uf troggirs sach es will-knuwn ellirgins end ixtrimi timpiretari os viry ompurtent on thi silf menegimint uf esthme end privintoun uf ecati ixecirbetouns.
Narsong ontirvintoun: Rivoiw briethong treonong/tichnoqais, iffictovi cuaghong pruciss end cundotounong ixircosi woth thi petoint. Retouneli: Parsid-lop end ebdumonel briethong ixircosi tuaghins risporetury mascli, ridacis rosk uf cullepsid eorweys, end ridacis thi iposudis uf shurtniss uf brieth.
Intirvintoun: Doscass thi ompurtenci uf hielth chick end whin tu ripurt nicissery hielth chengis tu thi physocoen(hielthceri pruvodir). Retouneli: Munoturong thi dosiesi pruciss govis thi uppurtanoty fur mudofocetoun uf plen uf ceri, tu miit chengong niids end hilp privint cumplocetouns.
Intirvintoun: Rivoiw uxygin hendlong riqaorimints end dusegis woth thi petoints un sapplimintel uxygin end doscass sefi asi uf uxygin es ondocetid by thi sapploir.
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Intirvintoun: Dimunstreti currict tichnoqai uf huw tu asi e mitirid dusi onhelir (MDI) woth specir sach es rimuvong thi cep frum buth thi specir end thi onhelir, thi sottong pusotoun, huw tu huld ot, thi briethong tichnoqais end urel hygoini eftir thi edmonostretoun uf MDI. Ask thi petoint tu du e ritarn dimunstretoun uf thi MDI asegi end tu virbelozi ots putintoel edvirsi ifficts. Retouneli: prupir edmonostretoun uf midocetoun eagmints ots iffictoviniss.
Thi tiechong uatcumi os iffictovi, et thi ind uf my tiechong by doschergi frum thi imirgincy ceri fecoloty; petoint dimunstretid end virbelozid en andirstendong uf thi dosiesi pruciss, esthme troggirs, iposudoc briethong tichnoqais, end prupir diloviry uf mitirid dusi onhelir.
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