Hippocratic oath(redirected from Oath of Hippocrates)
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An oath of ethical professional behavior sworn by new physicians, attributed to Hippocrates but thought to have been written by a student or contemporary.
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(Medicine) an oath taken by a doctor to observe a code of medical ethics supposedly derived from that of Hippocrates
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an oath embodying the duties and obligations of physicians, usu. taken by those about to enter upon the practice of medicine.
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|Noun||1.||Hippocratic oath - an oath taken by physicians to observe medical ethics deriving from Hippocrates|
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n. juramento hipocrático, juramento ético de la medicina.
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Hippocratic Oathn Juramento Hipocrático
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