medicosocial

medicosocial

 [med″ĭ-ko-so´shal]
having both medical and social aspects.

medicosocial

/med·i·co·so·cial/ (-so´shil) having both medical and social aspects.
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Keeping in mind the above facts, the present study was conducted among new smear-positive pulmonary TB patients to identify medicosocial factors associated with a delay in sputum smear conversion at the end of IP and also the influence of smear conversion on treatment outcome.
A historia da Doenca de Chagas nas Americas--e o conhecimento existente na patologia, na clinica, na epidemiologia e na profilaxia, bem como seu significado medicosocial --pelas varias fases porque passou nos mais de cem anos apos a descoberta por Carlos Chagas em 1909 e analisada e comentada principalmente por Kropf (1) em interessante e aprofundado trabalho sobre o processo pelo qual essa doenca foi estabelecida e reconhecida como fato cientifico e uma questao de saude publica; toma como eixo central o trabalho de Carlos Chagas e seus discipulos mais proximos no Instituto Oswaldo Cruz (RJ) e no Centro de Estudos e Profilaxia da molestia de Chagas (CEPMC/IOC) em Bambui, MG.
During the last decades obesity has become on extremely wide spread occurrence with serious medicosocial after-effects.
This multifaceted birth-injury is coupled with the devastating medicosocial consequences of chronic urinary/fecal incontinence (1,2).
L'amelioration et le renforcement de l'offre en psychiatrie et l'humanisation des structures de soins figurent egalement parmi les objectifs du plan d'action quadriennal avec notamment la creation de 3 hopitaux regionaux specialises en psychiatrie (Agadir, Kenitra, El Kelaa), de 10 services integres de psychiatrie, de 4 unites de pedopsychiatrie (Casablanca, Rabat, Fes, Marrakech), la mise aux normes des structures psychiatriques, l'amenagement de huit hopitaux psychiatriques et la creation d'un centre medicosocial (Casablanca).
Todo esto trae como consecuencia alteraciones de la relacion estructura funcion en cualquier organo, sistema o grupo celular especializado ; por lo cual se reconoceria como dano celular, asociado con la fisiopatologia primaria o la evolucion de un numero creciente de entidades y sindromes de interes medicosocial involucrado en la genesis y en las consecuencias de dichos eventos.
Ces conflits, relayes par des associations (Poiret 1996; Quiminal communication personnelle) mais aussi par des autorites diplomatiques (Sauvegrain 2010), ont conduit la ministre de la sante Georgina Dufoix et le comite medicosocial pour la sante des migrants a organiser en juin 1984 une reunion pluripartite ayant pour objectif de << faire un bilan des problemes poses par et aux femmes africaines noires a l'occasion de leur grossesse et proposer des solutions a court et moyen termes >> (6).
La delegation chinoise a, par ailleurs, effectue une visite au Centre Medicosocial et educatif realise au profit des militaires a Khemisset, a poursuivi le communique, indiquant que les deux parties ont exprime, a cette occasion, leur satisfaction quant au niveau de la cooperation bilaterale, la densite et la diversite des relations qui lient la Republique populaire de Chine et le Royaume du Maroc.
La rehabilitation psychosociale en France s'est beaucoup developpee, donnant une place de plus en plus importante aux champs medicosocial et social.
Primary care physicians (general practitioners, occupational health physicians) and social workers, however, are often faced with medicosocial requests about work-related premature wear and tear on the body.
Nedime Kosgeroglu, Unal Ayranci, Nebahat Ozerdogan, Nilufer Serhan, Alaettin Unsal, Fatma Deniz Sayiner ,Nedime Kosgeroglu, Health College, Unal Ayranci, Medicosocial Centre, Nebahat Ozerdogan, Assistant Professor, Health High School, Nilufer Serhan, Selcuk University, Health Education Faculty Konya, Turkey.
From Departments of Cardiology, * Cardiovascular Surgery, ** Medicosocial and *** Internal Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Celal Bayar, Manisa