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noun as in patient

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It’s a much larger effect than any that has been found for an outpatient Covid-19 treatment so far.

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Some trials were done in hospitalized people, others in outpatient settings.

Because the drug is administered in doctors’ offices and other outpatient settings, it will be included under Medicare Part B, which covers expensive intravenous drugs for cancer and other diseases.

A Baltimore pilot program for assisted outpatient treatment started in 2018.

The outpatient trial would be the latest in a series of studies, conducted with academia and industry, in NIH’s Accelerating Covid-19 Therapeutic Interventions and Vaccines program.

The request for outpatient medical services has been reviewed and has not been certified.

“Outpatient imaging actually subsidizes other medical departments,” Chris Sistrom, MD, MPH, Ph.D., told The Daily Beast.

Back in Liberia, Mosoka was summoned when an emergency arose at an outpatient clinic.

Administering chemotherapy in hospital outpatient settings is even more expensive, studies show.

He had just returned home after an outpatient procedure, said longtime companion Rhonda Ford, Cymonde's mother.

In the outpatient department a question arose about marriage.

She began the day in the Outpatient Department, and a poor woman came with a child that had bitten its tongue.

The cornerstone of the health service is the polyclinic, which provides general and specialized outpatient aid and consultation.

Your condition may be too serious to be treated appropriately on an outpatient basis.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outpatient, such as: case, inmate, subject, sufferer, victim, and convalescent.

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