Definitions for "Elective"
Exerting the power of choice; selecting; as, an elective act.
Pertaining to, or consisting in, choice, or right of choosing; electoral.
Dependent on choice; that can be refused; as, an elective college course. Opposite of required or mandatory.
Keywords:  cub, wolf, scout, arrow, totem
a brief clinical or research experience with a program in the US
A part of the Cub Scout advancement program, found in the Wolf and Bear books. For every 10 elective projects completed, a Cub Scout earns an Arrow Point.
A part of the Cub Scout advancement program in the Wolf and Bear rank books. For every ten electives, a Cub Scout earns an arrow point. Beginning in Fall 2001, Tiger Cubs may also earn electives; their electives are recognized by a special bead, worn on their Tiger Cub Belt Totem, for every ten electives.
describes a treatment or procedure that is not urgent and can be arranged at the patient's convenience
when a patient is admitted to hospital from a waiting list or a planned admission
used to describe operations, procedures or treatments that are planned rather than carried out in an emergency.
Keywords:  trastuzumab, neoplasm
Neoplasm Trastuzumab
Keywords:  niacin
Keywords:  bestowed, office, passing
Bestowed or passing by election; as, an elective office.
Surgery- (or treatment) - those health care services or supplies that do not meet the health care need for a sickness or injury. Elective surgery or treatment includes any service, treatment, or supplies that 1)are deemed by your insurance company to be research or experimental 2)are not recognized or generally accepted medical practices in the United States
Keywords:  check, good, way
a good way to check it out