infaust


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infaust

(ɪnˈfɔːst)
adj
unlucky; ill-fated
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infaust

, infausting - Infaust is "unlucky" and infausting is "making unlucky."
See also related terms for unlucky.
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Cognitively or sensory impaired patients (e.g., positive CAM-ICU and deaf-muteness) and patients with stupor, with insufficient German language skills, and with rapidly terminal disease states or infaust prognosis (e.g., malignancy) were excluded from the present study.
Otherwise prognosis of these patients with coagulation disorders becomes infaust after surgery.
([double dagger]) Two were due to elective termination, one because of trisomy 21 with Fallot's tetralogy, and one because of infaust prognosis with severe preeclampsia, both occurring within the non-HCQ group.