nosocomial

[adj] - taking place or originating in a hospital
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nosocomial

Associated with a hospital or infirmary, especially used of diseases that may result from treatment in such an institution.
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nosocomial

Literally, disease associated with, and often restricted to hospital. Hospital-acquired.
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Nosocomial

Nosocomial: Originating or taking place in a hospital, acquired in a hospital, especially in reference to an infection. The term 'nosocomial' comes from two Greek words: 'nosus' meaning 'disease' + 'komeion' meaning 'to take care of.' Hence, 'nosocomial' should apply to any disease contracted by a patient while under medical care. However, 'nosocom...
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Nosocomial

Nos`o·co'mi·al adjective [ Latin nosocomium a hospital, Greek ...; ... disease + ... to attend to.] Of or pertaining to a hospital; as, nosocomial atmosphere. Dunglison.
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nosocomial

<microbiology> Pertaining to or originating in the hospital, said of an infection not present or incubating prior to admittance to the hospital, but generally occurring 72 hours after admittance, the term is usually used to refer to patient disease, but hospital personnel may also acquire nosocomial infection. ... Compare: iatrogenic. ... Ori...
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nosocomial

adjective taking place or originating in a hospital; `nosocomial infection`
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nosocomial

(nos″o-ko´me-әl) pertaining to or originating in a hospital.
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Nosocomial

• (a.) Of or pertaining to a hospital; as, nosocomial atmosphere. • (a.) Of or pertaining to a hospital; as, nosocomial atmosphere.
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nosocomial

(nosa- + Gr. komeion to take care of) pertaining to or originating in the hospital, said of an infection not present or incubating prior to admittance to the hospital, but generally occurring 72 hours after admittance; the term is usually used to refer to patient disease, but hospital personnel may also acquire nosocomial infection. Cf. iatrogenic....
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nosocomial

nosocomial 1. Pertaining to the acquisition of a disease in a hospital or other health facility; used especially in reference to hospital-acquired infections and diseases. 2. Originating in a hospital; said of an infection not present or incubating prior to a patient`s admittance to the hospital, but generally occurring 72 hours after admittance. T...
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nosocomial

Type: Term Pronunciation: nos′ō-kō′mē-ăl Definitions: 1. Relating to a hospital. 2. Denoting a new disorder (not the patient's original condition) associated with being treated in a hospital, such as a hospital-acquired infection.
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Nosocomial

an infection or disease acquired in a hospital or other health care facility.
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nosocomial

An infection contracted in the hospital.
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nosocomial

of, like or pertaining to a hospital
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