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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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.
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The medical knowledge component of the American Board of Internal Medicine MOC program supports physician engagement in lifelong learning and self-assessment.
One aspect of USAID s mission is developing medical knowledge in underserved communities through training and education to enhance local health services.
Wisecup examines how colonists, Native Americans, and Africans communicated medical knowledge in colonial encounters throughout British America, and investigates representations of such communications in early American literature.
I've amassed so much medical knowledge that you'd think friends and family would, at the slightest sniffle, subject themselves to my care but astonishingly that's not the case.
The first two papers take a wider view and place the Divine Comedy in the context of Dante's lime and discuss, inter alia, medical knowledge and psychological insight in his day.
Death', who is currently facing a committal hearing into allegations of manslaughter over the deaths of two patients, had outdated medical knowledge, and was 'erratic' in when things went wrong inside his operation theater, the Brisbane Magistrates Court has learnt.
A major reference source for these studies is the Corpus Hippocraticum, a compendium of medical knowledge from the Mediterranean region.
Their medical knowledge encompasses a broad understanding of disease management and advanced drugs.
As medical knowledge advanced, the practice of leeching died out.

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