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(Tıp) teröpatik
(Tıp,Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) terapötik
(Tıp) sağaltıcı
tedaviye ait
(Denizbilim) sağaltım
(Denizbilim) sağıltım
(Tıp) terapötik kazanç faktörü
Fiziksel, psikolojik ve spiritüel açıdan iyileştirici
{s} terepâtik
(Tıp) Şifa verici, tedavi edici
{s} tedaviyle ilgili
{s} tedavi edici
(Tıp) (al)
therapeutic efficacy
(Tıp) terapötik etkinlik
therapeutic abortion
terapötik abortus
therapeutic substitution
terapötik ikame
therapeutic atmosphere
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tedavi atmosferi
therapeutic class
(Tıp) tedavi sınıfı
therapeutic class
(Ticaret) terapötik sınıf
therapeutic community
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tedavi topluluğu
therapeutic crisis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tedavi krizi
therapeutic drug monitoring
(Tıp) terapötik ilaç izlenmesi
therapeutic embolization
(Tıp) terapötik embolizasyon
therapeutic equivalence
(Tıp) terapötik eşdeğerlik
therapeutic equivalency
(Tıp) terapötik eşdeğerlik
therapeutic hypertermia
(Tıp) terapötik hipertermi
therapeutic indications
(Tıp) terapötik indikasyonlar
therapeutic purpose
tedavi amaçlı
therapeutic use hot water
tedavi edici sıcak su
therapeutic window
(Tıp) terapötik pencere
therapeutic window
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tedavi penceresi
iyileştirici olmayan
tedaviyle ilgili olarak
tedavi bilimi
(isim) tedavi bilimi
(Tıp) Tedavi şubesi, tedavibilim
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Having healing powers
Of, or relating to therapy
{a} relating to the art or act of curing
means relating to the treatment of disease, usually by drugs
relating to or involved in therapy; "therapeutic approach to criminality"
One of the Therapeutæ
A compound used to treat diseases or medical conditions
referring to the cure or management of a disease
If something is therapeutic, it helps you to relax or to feel better about things, especially about a situation that made you unhappy. Astanga Yoga is a therapeutic physical exercise that focuses on breathing and relaxation
Contact lenses designed to aid in protecting and helping a sick eye to heal These unique lenses are frequently combined with precise medication delivery schedules to heal the eye
tending to cure or restore to health; "curative powers of herbal remedies"; "her gentle healing hand"; "remedial surgery"; "a sanative environment of mountains and fresh air"; "a therapeutic agent"; "therapeutic diets"
Describes hoof shoeing or trimming done in an attempt to relieve lameness or unsoundness a k a: Pathological shoeing
Of or pertaining to the healing art; concerned in discovering and applying remedies for diseases; curative
Therapeutic treatment is designed to treat an illness or to improve a person's health, rather than to prevent an illness. therapeutic drugs
relating to or involved in therapy; "therapeutic approach to criminality
{s} pertaining to the treatment of a disease or disorder; serving to restore good health, curative
Therapeutic means having healing or curative powers
concerned with treatment or cure
Something that treats disease or injury Therapeutic viruses, unlike wild-type viruses, are helpful
therapeutic vaccine
a vaccine which prevents or eases the severity of the problems from an infection that has already occurred
therapeutic window
The range of doses of a drug which are effective without being harmful
Attributive form of therapeutic window, noun
Therapeutic substitution
(Eczacılık) Therapeutic substitution is a pharmacist-initiated act by which a pharmaceutical or therapeutic alternate for the physician-prescribed drug is dispensed without consulting the physician. This denotes replacement of the prescribed drug with a chemically different drug within the same therapeutic category, eg, hydrochlorothiazide for furosemide; ranitidine for cimetidine; chloramphenicol for erythromycin
therapeutic abortion
a legally induced abortion for medical reasons (as when the mother's life is threatened)
therapeutic abortion
Termination of pregnancy as a medical necessity, either to save the mother's life or preserve her health
therapeutic approach
approach that includes extensive treatment of a problem until it is solved
therapeutic cloning
nuclear transplantation of a patient's own cells to make an oocyte from which immune-compatible cells (especially stem cells) can be derived for transplant
therapeutic index
The ratio between the toxic dose and the therapeutic dose of a drug, used as a measure of the relative safety of the drug for a particular treatment
moralistic therapeutic deism
a diffuse notion of theism and morality paired with hedonism, not tied to any particular religious creed, diagnosed as common among early 21st century US American teenagers

'Moralistic Therapeutic Deism' indicates the young people's view is that religion is 'good for you' in so far as it provides people with a moral framework (Sara Savage, Sylvia Collins-Mayo, Making sense of Generation Y: the world view of 15- to 25-year-olds, 2006, p. 50).

The treatment of disease; the science of healing
In a therapeutic manner
healingly, in a manner which cures
for therapeutic purposes
branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of disease
The part of medical science related to the application of drugs and other remedies for curing or healing disease
the part of medical science relating to the treatment and cure of illness. Treatment and care to combat disease or alleviate pain or injury. Its tools include drugs, surgery, radiation therapy, mechanical devices, diet, and psychiatry. Treatment may be active, to cure a disease (requiring no further treatment after recovery), treat it long-term, or heal a wound; symptomatic, to relieve symptoms until the immune system heals the body; supportive, to keep body functions going until the disease clears; or palliative, to minimize discomfort for patients with no chance of recovery. It almost always includes prevention, usually tertiary (see preventive medicine). Therapeutic measures can be chosen, combined, and tailored based on accurate diagnosis to fit each patient. See also alternative medicine; chemotherapy; holistic medicine; hydrotherapy; nuclear medicine; occupational therapy; physical medicine and rehabilitation; psychotherapy; respiratory therapy
Compounds that are used to treat specific diseases or medical conditions
The general name applied to different methods of treatment and healing
That part of medical science which treats of the discovery and application of remedies for diseases
{i} branch of medicine dealing with healing remedies