medical knowledge

medical knowledge

The body of information about diseases, mechanisms and pathogenesis, therapies and interactions, and interpretation of lab tests, which is broadly applicable to decisions about multiple patients and public health policies, in contrast to patient-specific data. Medical knowledge should, where possible, be based on sound evidence from clinical and epidemiological studies, using valid and reliable methods.
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"Medical knowledge is at a low ebb among us," said Mr.
"Give me half an hour first over my books," Launce replied." I mustn't let my medical knowledge get musty at sea, and I might not feel inclined to study later in the day."
My medical knowledge told me plainly that natural sleep was, in my nervous condition, one of the unattainable luxuries of life for that night.
Taking "discovery" not in its modern sense of finding, but an older sense of revealing or disclosing, McConchie describes medical dictionaries and the people who assembled them during a period when medical knowledge was growing rapidly in both depth and breadth.
This relationship will set a new standard for video content engagement and the availability of medical knowledge all around the world.
She is certainly not like one know-it-all TV anchor who is also a medical doctor and who propagates his medical knowledge as emphatically as his so-called political insights.
Damian Collins, chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee, said the producers' lack of medical knowledge was "astonishing" after they admitted they could not be certain how reliable the lie detector tests were.
The new service enables clients and members from around the world to further benefit from this global TeleConsultation footprint, with the benefits of local medical knowledge and locally fulfillable prescriptions, when necessary.
Andrew Maccabe said the AAVMC provided leadership for promoting excellence in academic veterinary medicine in order to equip veterinary workforce with scientific knowledge and skills required to meet societal needs through protection of animal health, relief to suffering animals, conservation of animal resources, promotion of public health and advancement of medical knowledge. He added that bilateral cooperation in veterinary sciences between both countries would be further enhanced for flourishing the sector.
Speaking at Seeratun Nabi Conference at King Edward Medical University on Monday, he said that medical knowledge was the best after knowledge about Islam.
Qatar Insurance Group has recently conducted a 'Breast Cancer Awareness' forum to increase medical knowledge of breast cancer and highlight the importance of its early detection among its female workforce.
Achakzai congratulated the efforts of QIMS administration over providing quality medical knowledge among the young generation of Balochistan.

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