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Synonyms for patient

Synonyms for patient

enduring or capable of enduring hardship or inconvenience without complaint

Synonyms for patient

the semantic role of an entity that is not the agent but is directly involved in or affected by the happening denoted by the verb in the clause

enduring trying circumstances with even temper or characterized by such endurance

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This study supports the notion that evaluation of autonomic function is needed for bedridden patients.
Upcoming guides include "an HIV/AIDS update for salon professionals" and a handbook for estheticians and nail technicians servicing bedridden patients, she says.
"If you want to repatriate a bedridden patient back to India with the support from the consulate, you have to follow the steps."
The increasing incidents of respiratory trauma and growing number bedridden patients on ventilators is anticipated to act as a major factor fueling the tracheostomy tray market.
) There were three other young bedridden patients in the cubicle.
Refuting vernacular media reports on Norka's plans of launching repatriation (mortal remains and bedridden patients) reimbursement fund of up to Rs 50,000 (Dh 2,600), he clarified that the programme has been in place since 2009- 2010.
He said as a result, the health of the Otse community greatly improved as proven by a dramatic reduction in the numbers of families caring for bedridden patients and those that lost their loved ones due to HIV/AIDS.
She noted that the Smart Homecare project is the first of its kind in the MENA Region to utilise wearables and IoT Devices to address the needs of the geriatric and bedridden patients. The Smart Homecare project bridges this gap between the healthcare service delivery and patient needs.
Muscle weakness or wasting is a typical muscle dysfunction condition that affects the elderly or individuals suffering from sciatic nerve injury, something usually seen in bedridden patients or workers who spend long hours sitting.
"Removal of these dysfunctional components is very important; when they accumulate, they become toxic and contribute to muscle cell impairment and death." Muscle weakness or wasting is a typical muscle dysfunction condition that affects the elderly or individuals suffering from sciatic nerve injury, something usually seen in bedridden patients or workers who spend long hours sitting.
Bedridden patients, long term steroids users and patients with cirrhosis due to etiology other than hepatitis C, were excluded from the study.
Other inventions from Taiwan recognized at the fair include the eco-conscious 'reusable lunchbox carrier' made from corn instead of plastic, the 'assistive straw cap' allowing patients to drink water without difficulty, as well as the 'body wash device' that helps bedridden patients clean their body in a 'bed bath.'
This is the first its kind in Oman to support chronically ill and bedridden patients. V M A Hakkim, managing director of Al Hakkim International, said, 'It is most useful for patients who are just discharged from hospitals after surgeries or chronic illness.
SIXTY bedridden patients were evacuated from two hospital wards after a blaze broke out.