- adj.医学的; 医药的; 医疗的; 内科的
- 复数: medicals;
- 副词: medically;
They loaded themselves with food, medical supplies, and oxygen equipment.
他们携带了食物 、 医疗器具和氧气设备.
His medical skill is so superb that he can hardly be filled in for in an emergency.
I had a medical checkup before going abroad.
The operation was a marvel of medical skill.
About 30 major medical centers in the United States have xenon CT scan technology.
The earthquake victims are in urgent need of medical supplies.
Aside from a thorough medical family history, there is no need to offer any genetic testing on the basis of consanguinity alone.
His medical skill is so superb that he can hardly be filled in for an emergency.
Infrared is widely used in industry and medical science.
Modern medical techniques refine on those of the past.
Children under 16 cannot give consent to medical treatment.
Medical facilities are being reorganized and upgraded.
He will try his utmost to help them by means of his conventional medical knowledge.
Britain was poised to fly medical staff to the country at short notice.
Any dog bite, no matter how small, needs immediate medical attention.
Medical tests established that she was not their own child.
Medical opinion varies on how many tablets it takes to overdose.
Because of her medical and her legal bills, she is now penniless and deeply in debt.
Current thinking holds that obesity is more a medical than a psychological problem.
He could be struck off the medical register.
A medical examiner has listed the deaths as homicides.
That link is an established medical fact.
Although things are changing the medical establishment is still overwhelmingly male.
He happened to be looking through the medical book "Gray's Anatomy" at the time.
The most important purpose of our Health Care is to support you when making a claim for medical treatment. For that reason the claims procedure is as simple and helpful as possible.
The urgency of finding a cure attracted some of the best minds in medical science.
Myocardial infarction is the medical term for a heart attack.
We have had to contend with the disinterest of much of the medical profession about this topic.
If parents wanted to entrust their child to the best surgeons, they traveled to Bologna's medical school.
The Cleveland Clinic, a hospital operator, has reorganised its medical staff into teams to focus on particular treatment areas; consultants, nurses and others collaborate closely instead of being separated by speciality ( ' , 专业) and rank.
Medical researchers have studied the health benefits of the new tea.
He is now a leading surgeon at Johns Hopkins Medical School.
And later,he was admitted to the University of Michigan Medical School.
And one medical program at the University of California, Irvine, gave their entire class iPads with which to download textbooks just last year.
People were tired of using the iPad textbook besides using it for reading," says Kalpit Shah, who will be going into his second year at Irvine's medical program this fall
It adds too much to their medical bills.
They want to protect themselves against medical disputes
They want to take advantage of the medical care system.
They want data for medical research
Helen Lee took a 70% cut in salary when she moved from a senior post in Abbott Laboratories to a medical department at the University of Cambridge.
enrich his experience in medical research
In a 30-year study of more than 10,000 people, Nicholas Christakis of Harvard Medical School describes how all kinds of social networks have similar effects.
As far back as 1995, articles in medical journals and the establishment of a Pennsylvania treatment center for overusers generated interest in the subject.
Worst of all, when her son, Ned, fell and injured his knee, she refused to pay for a doctor and spent hours looking for free medical help.
Open data sharing is most important to medical science.
In the past, health experts warned us that the day would come in which it would become very difficult to provide medical care for even common problems such as lung infection or severe sour throat.
The stimulus package provided money to convert the inefficient, paper-driven medical system to electronic records that can be easily viewed and transmitted.
The high cost of medical services and unnecessary tests and treatments have driven up medical expenses.
The good news is that a bill just approved by the House and a bill approved by the Senate Finance Committee would implement or test many reforms that should help slow the rise in medical costs over the long term.
The answer is that no one has an easy fix for rising medical costs.
Standardization of forms for automatic processing will save a lot of medical expenses.
One main factor that has driven up medical expenses is that doctors are compensated for the amount of care rather than its effect.
Medical spending, which typically rises faster than wages and the overall economy, is propelled by two things: the high prices charged for medical services in this country and the volume of unnecessary care delivered by doctors and hospitals, which often perform a lot more tests and treatments than a patient really needs.
It is not easy to curb the rising medical costs in America.
Conversion of paper to electronic medical records will help eliminate redundant tests and prevent drug interactions.
What you must understand is that those supplements, especially in some eastern cultures, are part of a medical practice tradition.
Assumptions about genetic differences between people of different races could be particularly dangerous in a medical setting.
The shift, little noticed outside the medical establishment but already controversial inside it, suggests that doctors are starting to redefine their roles, from being concerned exclusively about individual patients to exerting influence on how healthcare dollars are spent.
Saying they can no longer ignore the rising prices of health care, some of the most influential medical groups in the nation are recommending that doctors weigh the costs, not just the effectiveness of treatments, as they make decisions about patient care.
Our society depends on them being able to make critical decisions about their own medical treatment say, or what we must do about global energy needs and demands.
Medical society guidelines are also used by insurance companies to help determine reimbursement ( ' , 报销 ) policies.
Effects of medical treatment.
People who work with their hands," he went on, "are doing things today that we call service jobs, in restaurants and laundries, or in medical technology and the like.
He entered medical school after only three years as did four or five of his classmates.
My first year of medical school counted as my senior year, which meant I had to take three to four labs a week to get all my sciences in
John Sergent, head of Vanderbilt University Medical School's residency (住院医生) program, enrolled in Vanderbilt's undergraduate college in 1959.
It entitles workers to as much as 12 weeks' unpaid leave for care of a newborn or dealing with a family medical problem.
The United States does have one explicit family policy, the Family and Medical Leave Act, passed in 1993.
The existing Family and Medical Leave Act
They readily respond to medical treatment.
The outdated medical testing procedures.
Director of the Advanced Tissue Biofabrication Center in the Department of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology at the medical university, Mironov now primarily conducts research on tissue engineering, or growing, of human organs.
In a small laboratory at the Medical University of South Carolina, Dr. Vladimir Mironov has been working for a decade to grow meat.
According to a review of evidence in a medical journal, runners live three years longer than non-runners.
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Here's how Harvard Medical School scientist Margaret Livingstone, who led the team, described the experiment: in their cages the monkeys were provided with touch screens.
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Mary Carskadon, a sleep researcher at brown university medical school.
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Medical research often makes use of the forests' plant and animal life, and the destruction of such species could prevent researchers from finding cures for certain diseases.
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My work colleague adjusted to my taking off at a moment's notice for medical emergencies.
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Now, electric shock training and medical treatment are helping to rescue these big birds.
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Parents ought to be able to opt out only for limited medical or religious reasons.
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The cat would get some medical care.
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The doctor shares his phone number with the patients in case they need medical assistance.
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The hospital has recently obtained new medical equipment, allowing more patients to be treated.
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The walk in the morning before I headed to the hospital was a quiet, peaceful time to gather my thoughts or to just be before the day's medical drama unfolded.
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This is called "herd immunity", which protects the people who get hurt easily, including those who can't be vaccinated for medical reasons, babies too young to get vaccinated and people on whom the vaccine doesn't work.
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This trend, which was started by the medical community as a method of fighting heart disease, has had some unintended side effects such as overweight and heart disease--the very thing the medical community was trying to fight.
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Without immediate medical care, Paris would die.
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Working with the medical team in Africa has brought out the best in her as a doctor.
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You can, Mr.Menand points out, become a lawyer in three years and a medical doctor in four.
For example, the Long Now Foundation has its flagship project a medical clock that is designed to still be marking time thousands of years hence.
But he noted that biomedical journals such as Annals of Internal Medicine, the Journal of the American Medical Association and The Lancetpay strong attention to statistical review.
A smart phone may contain an arrestee’s reading history, financial history, medical history and comprehensive records of recent correspondence.
1. a thorough physical examination; includes a variety of tests depending on the age and sex and health of the person
1. relating to the study or practice of medicine;
"the medical profession"
"a medical student"
2. requiring or amenable to treatment by medicine especially as opposed to surgery;
"pheumonia is a medical disease"
3. of or belonging to Aesculapius or the healing art
medicine 药, 医学, 内科学, 内服药
med医治+ic+ine状态,药物→n.药, 医学, 内科学, 内服药