chronical


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chronical

(ˈkrɒnɪkəl)
adj
1. relating to or controlled by time
2. (Pathology) another word for chronic
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Through iKang's integrated service platform and established nationwide network of medical centers and third-party service provider facilities, the Company provides comprehensive and high quality preventive healthcare solutions, including a wide range of services including medical examinations services, treatment, family doctors, chronical disease, and health insurance.
We had been ongoing his chronical kidney failure and chronical respiratory failure treatment for 285 days at intensive care unit of the hospital.
Chronical cervical infections and dysplasia (CIN I, CIN II): Vaginal vitamin D treatment.
Yazigi said despite the crisis and all challenges facing the health sector, such as terrorist attacks and economic sanctions, there are still 69 plants in which medicines are manufactured, adding that the Ministry is facing difficulties in importing some medicines for chronical diseases.
Indeed, spurred by the hefty bill and lack of resources, Hospitals are continuously looking for new solutions to allow them to discharged chronical inpatients who can be remotely monitoring improving its quality of life and providing tailored treatment.
On the contrary: today, we find not only that the peasantry remained unchanged in substance, but also that, in equal amount, the failed communist project provoked and made chronical a severe reaction among its people, manifested as a mixture of skepticism, pessimism and docility under which that, in the absence of its links with the congregation and the earth, actually hides a stubborn and resistant to change without precedent.
The conditions have either an acute or a chronical medical need and we have therefore obtained Orphan Drug Designation (ODD) for many of our indications in both Europe and USA.
Natura exenterata, or, Nature unbowelled by the most exquisite anatomizers of her: wherein are contained, her choicest secrets digested into receipts, fitted for the cure of all sorts of infirmities, whether internal or external, acute or chronical, that are incident to the body of man, Printed for, and are to be sold by H.
Darrell Figgis, A Chronical of Jails (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1917): 24.
com/130810/news-current-affairs/article/kilpauk-medi%C2%ADcal-college-gets-rarest-rare-cases-burning-baby) told Deccan Chronical.
2012), 'A Chronical of the Timber Industry in East Arnhem Land, Australia', in Adisa, R.
She said that it was scientifically proven that anger induces to many diseases, because it over releases Cortisol (a steroid hormone), which effects the balance of gloucose in the body, weakens the body's immunity, makes it more prone to chronical inflammations, weakens the thyroid, and the metabolism.

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