Definition of caseload in English:

caseload

Syllabification: case·load
Pronunciation: /ˈkāsˌlōd
 
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noun

The amount of work (in terms of number of cases) with which a doctor, lawyer, or social worker is concerned at one time.
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  • Because their caseloads are diverse geographically, health visitors have much less detailed knowledge of who is living in a specific local area.
  • Given the caseloads of medical examiners, the quality of their science is sometimes suspect.
  • First, our results are based on responses from hospital personnel at a sample of PCP hospitals in four high-HIV-incidence cities and other US hospitals with low HIV caseloads.

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