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ambulatory

 [am´bu-lah-to″re]
1. walking or able to walk; not confined to bed.
2. of a condition or procedure, not requiring admission to a hospital for an overnight stay.

am·bu·la·to·ry

, ambulant (am'byū-lă-tōr'ē, am'bū-lant),
Walking about or able to walk about; denoting a patient who is not confined to bed or hospital as a result of disease or surgery.
[L. ambulans, walking]

ambulant

/am·bu·lant/ (am´bu-lant) ambulatory.

ambulant

Walking; able to walk.

am·bu·la·to·ry

, ambulant (am'byū-lă-tōr-ē, am'byū-lănt)
Walking about or being able to walk about; denoting a patient who is not confined to bed or hospital as a result of disease or surgery.
[L. ambulans, walking]

ambulant, ambulatory

walking or able to walk.

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I hope that what Eddie Kidd has achieved in completing the London Marathon, albeit weeks later than ambulant people have done, has just put forward the view that no matter what disability affects you, you are only as disabled as you think you are.
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The 34-year-old will be competing in the shot and ambulant discus.
Dickin was taken by ambulant to the Manor Hospital but was discharged.
Ambulant patients attending clinics are invited to wait in the open area beyond -- the central space between the two building tracts.