detoxification

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Englisch - Türkisch
detoksifikasyon
zehrini giderme
(Tıp) Zehirini çıkarma
detoxify
(fiil) zehirin etkisini gidermek
detoxify
(Tıp) detoksifiye
detoxify
(Tıp) Bakınız: Detoxycate
detoxify
{f} zehirin etkisini gidermek
Englisch - Englisch
The process of removing toxins
= 1 a : to remove a poison or toxin or the effect of such from b : to render (a harmful substance) harmless 2 : to free (as a drug user or an alcoholic) from an intoxicating or an addictive substance in the body or from dependence on or addiction to such a substance 3: word often used by people claiming the human body makes poisons that need to be removed Often used by con men and women
Removing the toxic substances from a person's system
a treatment for addiction to drugs or alcohol intended to remove the physiological effects of the addictive substances
- A number of systems are responsible for removing toxins that build up in the body as a result of normal biologic processes, smoke, alcohol, drugs, diet, stress and exposure to UV rays These systems include the kidney and liver but also the skin In fact, the skin is often called the "third kidney" because if the kidneys become overloaded with toxins, then the skin will help to eliminate them from the body
The process an individual goes through when withdrawing from alcohol Usually is done under guidance of medical personnel
Nearly every type of alternative medicine seeks to rid the body of toxins and chemicals in order to boost overall health Varying approaches are used to achieve this goal
treatment for poisoning by neutralizing the toxic properties (normally a function of the liver) a treatment for addiction to drugs or alcohol intended to remove the physiological effects of the addictive substances
—Treatment given either to fight a person's dependence on alcohol or other drugs or to rid the body of a poisonous substance and its effects
The process of removing toxins from the body
Detoxification is treatment that is intended to remove poisonous or harmful substances from your body. Drink at least 2 litres of still mineral water throughout the day to aid detoxification
The process of withdrawing a person from any addictive substance Detoxification occurs naturally when the addict cannot get his or her drug, and under these circumstances The detoxification process can be both uncomfortable and dangerous, but under hospital supervision, detoxifcation is controlled and safe Detoxifcation precedes rehabiltation treatment
Definition: A medically supervised treatment program for alcohol or drug addiction designed to purge the body of intoxicating or addictive substances Such a program is used as a first step in overcoming physiological or psychological addiction
Detoxification is treatment given to people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol in order to stop them from being addicted
Removal of a toxic substance such as a drug or alcohol from the body
The process an individual goes through when withdrawing from alcohol Usually is done under guidance of medical personnel (H)
The process of cleansing the body of accumulated poisons often from over-taxation due to addictive behaviors
The act of removing toxins
Services necessary to monitor an individual who is undergoing a systematic reduction of a toxic agent or agents during withdrawal May or may not involve the administration of medical drugs
treatment for poisoning by neutralizing the toxic properties (normally a function of the liver)
the process of reducing the body's toxic build-up of various poisonous substances
{i} removal of toxins; rehabilitation undergone by a person who is addicted to drugs or alcohol
Removal of poisonous substances
The process of safely getting alcohol out of one's system
The process of removing a drug from the body This is the initial period addicts must go through to become drug-free Withdrawal symptoms appear early during this process Depending on the drug, detoxification lasts for a few days to a week or more
The process of withdrawing from alcohol, usually conducted in a supervised, medically monitored setting
Cleansing the body of accumulated poisons often from over-taxation due to addictive habits
Structured medical or social milieu in which the individual is monitored for withdrawal from the acute physical and psychological effects of drug or alcohol addiction
The elimination of drugs from the body of a chemically dependent person, with or without the use of other drugs
to hospital-based, residential, and ambulatory programs that are typically very short duration (e g , 3 to 14 days) that provide support services and/or medical assistance through withdrawal from alcohol or drug dependence Detoxification programs are not treatment programs per se, but may be either connected to treatment programs or provide referrals to treatment Note that detoxification services may be provided in standard acute care beds or in specialty detoxification units
detoxification unit
A department in a hospital or a rehab used for detoxification of new patients
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If you detoxify, or if something detoxifies your body, you do something to remove poisonous or harmful substances from your body. Many people have made it a rule to detoxify once a year Seaweed baths can help to detoxify the body
detoxify
To remove foreign and harmful substances from something
detoxify
Reduce the toxicity of a substance either
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To detoxify a poisonous substance means to change it chemically so that it is no longer poisonous. Vitamin C helps to detoxify pollutants in the body
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If someone who is addicted to drugs or alcohol detoxifies, or if they are detoxified, they undergo treatment which stops them from being addicted. drugs which block the affects of heroin use and rapidly detoxify addicts Queensland heroin users will be able to detoxify rapidly on Naltrexone after a two-year clinical trial of the controversial drug begins in Brisbane this week
detoxify
remove poison from; "detoxify the soil
detoxify
{f} remove toxins, remove poisons; rehabilitate a person who is addicted to drugs or alcohol
detoxify
treat for alcohol or drug dependence; "He was detoxified in the clinic"
detoxify
To change a harmful substance into a safer form
detoxify
remove poison from; "detoxify the soil"
detoxify
To decrease the toxic properties of a substance; to remove the effects of a toxic drug (The New Webster's Medical Dictionary)
detoxification

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    de·tox·i·fi·ca·tion

    Türkische aussprache

    dîtäksîfîkeyşın

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    /dəˌtäksəfəˈkāsʜən/ /dɪˌtɑːksɪfɪˈkeɪʃən/

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