Protocoled, protocoling, protocols or protocolled or protocolling, to form or issue protocols.The plan for carrying out a scientific study or a patient's treatment regimen.The protocol was converted into a treaty by the adhesion of Belgium on November.

1540s, as prothogall "draft of a document from Middle French prothocole (c.1200, Modern French protocole from Medieval Latin protocollum "draft literally "the first sheet of a volume" (on which contents and errata were written from Greek protokollon "first sheet glued onto a manuscript from protos.A strict plan of formal procedure at a prestigious gathering.(Computer Science) computing the set form in which data must be presented for handling by a particular computer configuration, esp in the transmission of information between different computer systems C16: from Medieval Latin prtocollum, from Late Greek prtokollon sheet glued to the front.

A precise and detailed plan for the study of a biomedical problem or for a regimen of therapy, especially cancer chemotherapy and radiation therapy.Protocol may refer to: Contents, society edit, protocol (diplomacy), the etiquette of diplomacy and affairs of state.Summit Dallas McCord Reynolds If the protocol was to be of any use the time for acting upon it had arrived.