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non·in·fec·tious

(non'in-fek'shŭs),
Not infectious; not able to spread disease.

non·in·fec·tious

(non'in-fek'shŭs)
Not infectious; not able to spread disease.
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The reports being released are the Summary of Notifiable Infectious Diseases and Conditions - United States, 2013, and the Summary of Notifiable Noninfectious Conditions and Disease Outbreaks - United States.
They do not include admissions in which an infection or noninfectious complication was a secondary diagnosis.
This is the first time that researchers have attempted to use gene chips to distinguish sepsis from noninfectious inflammation.
Hut lung appears to represent the noninfectious, nonmalignant respiratory manifestations of chronic, high level exposures to biomass smoke.
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While most medical waste is noninfectious, some is.
The researchers involved evaluated two cases of noninfectious pneumonitis in which features of the disease developed after a home ultrasonic humidifier was used.
Far outweighing the diligently cornered, known infectious risks of transfusion, noninfectious risks garner significant attention at the forefront of efforts to advance patient safety.
The implant is previously shown for the treatment of macular edema following branch retinal vein occlusion and central retinal vein occlusion, as well as for the treatment of noninfectious uveitis.
Prusiner, American neurologist and biochemist, coined the word prion in 1982 to describe the noninfectious agents he proposed as the cause of scrapie.
Geared towards accessibility and interest for young readers, this three-volume reference contains some 300 cross-referenced articles by medical specialists on human diseases and disorders, categorized into three major areas of interest: infections, noninfectious diseases, and mental disorders.
EPHT will develop valuable data on possible associations between the environment and the risk of noninfectious health effects.