Complications means those conditions which jeopardized specified in a written agreement under s. N 4.06 (2) as being conditions that jeopardize the health or life of the a patient and which deviate from normal as defined in the written agreement consistent with the standards of practice of the American College of Nurse-Midwives.
Examples of Complications in a sentence
Complications continue to exist for us in the domain of fiat transactions, as they do for most cryptocurrency-related organisations.
More Definitions of Complications
Complications means untoward events occurring at any time within 48 hours of any surgery, special procedure or the administration of anesthesia in an office setting including, but not limited to, any of the following: paralysis, malignant hypothermia, seizures, myocardial infarction, renal failure, significant cardiac events, respiratory arrest, aspiration of gastric contents, cerebral vascular accident, transfusion reaction, pneumothorax, allergic reaction to anesthesia, unintended hospitalization for more than 24 hours, or death.
Complications means untoward events occurring within 48 hours of any surgery, special procedure, or the administration of anesthesia in an office setting (e.g., paralysis, nerve injury, hyperthermia, seizures, myocardial infarction, infection, unintended hospitalization for more than 24 hours, death, etc.).
Complications means it is Medically Necessary to admit the infant to a Level II or Level III intensive care newborn nursery (hereafter referred to as “Complications”). PARTICIPATING MEDICAL GROUP shall bill BLUE CROSS for services rendered in conjunction with the treatment of Complications within twelve (12) months of date of service.