the measures taken to offset or compensate for residual adverse effects that cannot be mitigated, or for which mitigation cannot entirely eliminate adverse effects.
A change in the circulatory system made to compensate for some abnormality. An adjustment of size of heart or rate of heartbeat made to counterbalance a defect in structure or function. Often used specifically to describe the maintenance of adequate circulation in spite of the presence of heart failure.
Counterbalance adverse impacts through cash payment, replacement in kind, provision of substitutes, etc. Compare mitigation.
Behavior that develops to counterbalance a lack of something, whether real or imaginary. See also Remediation.
A group of actions designed to undo or mitigate the effect of a committed transaction.
Counterbalance; in a psychological sense, the appearance of an opposite attitude in behavior which is too one-sided.