palliative

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palyatif

Palyatif bakıma ihtiyacım var. - I need palliative care.

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hafifletici

Hafifletici bakıma ihtiyacım var. - I need palliative care.

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(Diş Hekimliği) Tedavi etmeden yatıştırıcı ve rahatlatıcı ilaç veya tedavi
{s} hafifletici [tıp.]
(Tıp) 1. Hafifletici (oluşturucu); 2.Müsekkin, anodin, palyatif
yatıştırıcı
hafifletici şey
özür kabilinden
palliative care
palyatif bakım
extenuating
{f} azalt
extenuating
hafifleterek
Englisch - Englisch
Something that palliates, particularly a palliative medicine

The radiation and chemotherapy were only palliatives.

Minimising the progression of a disease and relieving undesirable symptoms for as long as possible, rather than attempting to cure the (usually incurable) disease
{n} something mitigation
{a} extenuating
Alleviation of symptoms or reduction of severity of symptoms without curing the underlying disease
serving to relieve or alleviate, such as pharmacological management of pain and relief of nausea
Treatment to relieve the symptoms of cancer
A palliative is an action that is intended to make the effects of a problem less severe but does not actually solve the problem. The loan was a palliative, not a cure, for ever-increasing financial troubles
That which palliates; a palliative agent
remedy that alleviates pain without curing
Treatment that relieves pain but is NOT curative
Treatment that provides for comfort and/or temporary relief of symptoms; treatment that does not cure
describes radiation therapy used to relieve symptoms
{s} calming, soothing; alleviative, bringing relief; mitigating, moderating, lessening
A palliative is a drug or medical treatment that relieves suffering without treating the cause of the suffering
to relieve the symptoms of without fixing or repairing the underlying condition
Serving to palliate; serving to extenuate or mitigate
affordable relief, but not a cure; an alleviating medicine
provides relief
moderating pain or sorrow by making it easier to bear
Offering relief of symptoms or comfort without ameliorating the underlying disease process
offering symptomatic relief and comfort care (e g , alleviation of pain) rather than a cure
means the reduction of the severity of a disease/symptom without curing the disease
palliative care
Palliative care (from Latin palliare, to cloak) is any form of medical care or treatment that concentrates on reducing the severity of disease symptoms, rather than providing a cure. The goal is to prevent and relieve suffering and to improve quality of life for people facing serious, complex illness. Non-hospice palliative care is not dependent on prognosis and is offered in conjunction with curative and all other appropriate forms of medical treatment. It should not be confused with hospice care which delivers palliative care to those at the end of life. In the UK this distinction is not operative; hospices and non hospice based palliative care teams both provide care to those with life limiting illness at any stage of their disease
palliative therapy
Palliative therapy (from Latin palliare, to cloak) is any form of medical care or treatment that concentrates on reducing the severity of disease symptoms, rather than providing a cure. The goal is to prevent and relieve suffering and to improve quality of life for people facing serious, complex illness. Non-hospice palliative care is not dependent on prognosis and is offered in conjunction with curative and all other appropriate forms of medical treatment. It should not be confused with hospice care which delivers palliative care to those at the end of life. In the UK this distinction is not operative; hospices and non hospice based palliative care teams both provide care to those with life limiting illness at any stage of their disease
palliatively
in a soothing manner, in a calming manner
palliatives
plural of palliative
palliative

    Silbentrennung

    pal·li·a·tive

    Türkische aussprache

    päliıtîv

    Synonyme

    mitigate

    Aussprache

    /ˈpalēətəv/ /ˈpæliːətɪv/

    Etymologie

    [ 'pa-lE-"A-tiv, 'pal-y&- ] (adjective.) 15th century. From New Latin *palliativus Medieval Latin palliare (“to cloak”) Latin pallium (“a cloak”).

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