Definitions for "Mobilization"
Keywords:  chemotherapy, marrow, stem, csf, stream
Process to increase the number of stem cells in the blood stream. May be accomplished by the daily injections of CSF, or by a combination of chemotherapy and CSF
Administration of colony-stimulating factors or chemotherapy to help move stem cells from the bone marrow into the blood stream to increase the number of peripheral blood stem cells collected for a stem cell transplant.
Moving more stem cells from the bone marrow into the blood stream through chemotherapy and/or a growth factor.
consists of 3 basic parts - strengthening Locals, inside actions, and using community support to mount effective "corporate campaigns." It is a continuous process of organization, education, and collective action that is designed to achieve a high level of member participation in collective actions. Organization allows the union to communicate one-on-one, worker-to-worker, with every single member in a short period of time. We can educate ourselves about issues that confront us and what we can do about them as a union. Once we understand the issues, we can become actively involved in collective actions to win changes.
Organizing people, resources, etc. for starting up a project or an activity. [D01039] NPMT
the process by which the Armed Forces, or a portion thereof, is brought to a state of readiness for war or other national emergency; includes activating all or part of the RC, as well as assembling and organizing personnel, supplies, and materiel.
Passive stretching movements performed by a therapist at a speed slow enough that a patient can stop the movement.
Passive movement technique that is performed that is always in the control of the patient. Usually performed as oscillatory movements in either the physiological or accessory range of a joint.
Movement applied singularly or repetitively within or at the physiological range of joint motion, without imparting a thrust or impulse, with the goal of restoring joint mobility.
The transfer of genes from one place to another (in the same place or a different cell or organism) mediated by a retrovirus or transposable element.
a predictor for increased ANA synthesis
Keywords:  awakening, jesus, christ, mission, god
the awakening and equipping of the whole body of Christ to participate in the whole mission of God to reach the whole world with the good news of Jesus Christ.
This article describes military mobilization. For other meanings, see Mobilization (disambiguation).
Keywords:  eventually, walk, act, bed, sit
The act of mobilizing.
The act of getting a patient to move in bed, sit up, stand, and eventually walk.