systemic therapy

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systemic therapy

Therapeutics Any therapy that reaches target tissues via the systemic circulation


pertaining to or affecting the body as a whole.

systemic inflammatory response (SIR)
a specific condition recognized in critical care medicine, characterized by febrile response, increased heart and respiratory rates, and leukocytosis.
systemic lupus erythematosus
systemic neuroaxial dystrophy
systemic therapy
treatment with a drug that is absorbed into the bloodstream and distributed to all parts of the body except where there is a specific barrier.
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The authors cover the end of therapeutic schools within psychology, psychotherapy as providing conditions for self-organization, synergetic process management, the synergetic navigation system, the connections between monitoring and therapy, conceptual developments in clinical psychology and psychotherapy, case studies in systemic psychotherapy, integrated systemic psychotherapy, and a wide variety of other related subjects over the bookAEs ten chapters.
Coordinator of Systemic Psychotherapy and Consulting specialization at Universidad de Manizales.
Proceedings of 4th PanHellenic Scientific Meeting for Family and Systemic Psychotherapy Thessaloniki, Apr.