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ambulatory {adj} [Am.]
43
gehfähig [Patient]
untended {adj} [e.g. a patient]
12
unbewacht
med. customized {adj} [patient-customized]
10
patientenspezifisch
med. pharm. cave [Latin: caution] [commonly used to denote important information in patient's charts]cave / Cave [Beispiel: Kontraindikation - Cave Nierensteine]
med. ventilated {adj} {past-p} [e.g. intensive care patient]beatmet [z. B. Intensivpatient]
Verbs
to deteriorate [patient etc.]
117
abbauen [körperlich und / oder geistig schwächer werden]
to shift sb./sth. [a patient; the focus, one's residence, etc.]
72
jdn./etw. verlegen [einen Patienten; den Fokus, seinen Wohnsitz etc.]
to move sb. [transfer (a patient) to another ward, etc.]
17
jdn. umlegen [(einen Patienten) auf eine andere Station etc. verlegen]
tech. to tilt sth. [e.g. patient table]
16
etw. abneigen [seltener] [(nach unten) kippen]
to quarantine sb. [infectious patient]
10
jdn. internieren [Kranke]
med. to flatline [Am.]Herzstillstand erleiden [Patient am Monitor]
med. to isolate sb. [infectious patient]jdn. internieren [Kranke]
to unswathe sth.etw. auswickeln [Bänder oder Bandagen entfernen, z. B. Mumie, Patient]
Nouns
med. patient
19
Kranker {m} [Patient]
sufferance [toleration; also archaic: patient endurance]
18
Dulden {n} [Zulassen; auch geh.: Ertragen (von Schmerzen etc.)]
med. position [patient]
16
Lagerung {f} [Patient]
med. flatliner [coll.]
10
[Person / Patient mit Herzstillstand]
med. presentation [of a patient]
9
Vorstellung {f} [fachspr.]
med. ambulant [dated] [walking patient]
5
Gehfähiger {m}
med. Aspergian [patient]Patient {m} mit Asperger-Syndrom
hectic [archaic] [tuberculosis patient]Schwindsüchtiger {m}
med. inhaler [person]Inhalierender {m} [bes. ein Patient]
med. phonet. pseudoaccent [an acquired speech disorder]Pseudoakzent {m} [Person / Patient spricht, als ob sie / er einen ausländischen Akzent hätte]
med. terminal [Br.] [short] [terminal patient, terminally ill patient]präfinaler Patient {m}
2 Words: Others
med. at presentation {adv} [of a patient]bei der Vorstellung [eines Patienten]
being patient [She likes being patient.]sich zu gedulden [Sie mag es, sich zu gedulden.]
QM spec. extreme-risk {adj} [attr.] [e.g. patient, sport]Extremrisiko- [z. B. Patient, Sport]
med. MedTech. feet first {adv} <FF>Beine voran [Der Patient wird mit den Füßen / Beinen voran im Scanner positioniert.]
med. MedTech. head first {adv} <HF>Kopf voran [Der Patient wird mit dem Kopf voran im Scanner positioniert.]
med. intensive care {adj} [attr.] [patient]intensivpflichtig [Patient]
med. QM low-risk {adj} <LR> [attr.] [e.g. patient]Niedrigrisiko- <NR> [z. B. Patient]
2 Words: Verbs
med. to fine-tune [fig.] [a patient]einstellen [fig.] [einen Patienten]
med. to present with sth. [e.g. a patient presents with chest pain]mit etw. vorstellig werden
med. to present with sth. [patient with a disease]sich mit etw. vorstellen [Patient mit einer Krankheit]
med. to present with sth. [patient with a symptom]sich mit etw. zeigen [Patient mit Krankheitssymptom]
to prop sb./sth. up [e.g. patient, head]jdn./etw. aufstützen [einen Kranken, den Kopf usw.]
to refer sb. to sb. [a patient to another doctor]jdn. an jdn. überweisen [Patient]
to roll sb. over [e.g. a patient]jdn. auf die andere Seite legen [z. B. einen Patienten]
to sit sb. up [e.g. patient]jdn. aufsetzen [z. B. Kranken]
2 Words: Nouns
med. bedside testing [near-patient testing, point-of-care testing]patientennahe Labordiagnostik {f} [Point-of-Care-Testing]
med. blue bloater [patient with chronic bronchitis]Blue Bloater {m}
care recipient [client, e.g. patient, elderly or disabled people in nursing homes]Pflegeempfänger {m} [Patient, Klient, Heimbewohner]
med. medical findings {pl} [collective physical and psychological occurrences of a patient]Befund {m}
MedTech. movement range [e.g. patient tabletop]Verfahrbereich {m}
med. out-patientTagespatient {m} [Patient, der sich tagsüber zur Behandlung ins Krankenhaus begibt, ansonsten aber zu Hause wohnt und schläft]
MedTech. patient bench [examination table, patient couch]Patientenliege {f}
dent. med. patient questionnaire [patient history form]Patientenfragebogen {m} [Anamneseblatt]
med. patient welfare [e.g. financial issues over patient welfare]Patientenwohl {n} [z. B. Kostenüberlegungen gegenüber dem Patientenwohl]
med. performance status <PS> [measure of a patient's well-being]Performance-Status {m} <PS> [Patientenstatus]
med. pink puffer [patient with COPD or an emphysema]Pink Puffer {m}
med. secondary survey [a head-to-toe examination of the trauma patient, following the ABCDE survey]Zweituntersuchung {f} [Kopf-bis-Fuß-Untersuchung nach der initialen Beurteilung (Primary Survey)]
med. treatment refusalBehandlungsverweigerung {f} [Patient]
med. walk-in [patient]Spontanpatient {m} [selten] [Patient ohne Terminanmeldung]
3 Words: Others
med. QM very high-risk {adj} <VHR> [attr.] [e.g. patient]Höchstrisiko- [z. B. Patient]
3 Words: Verbs
idiom to be a goner [patient] [coll.]es nicht mehr lange machen [ugs.]
med. to be in surgery [as a patient: to undergo surgery]operiert werden
3 Words: Nouns
COVID-19 patient [also: Covid-19 patient, covid-19 patient]COVID-19-Patient {m} [fachspr. für: Covid-19-Patient]
med. long-stay patient [in-patient]Langzeitpatient {m} [stationär]
med. multiple-injured patientMultitraumatisierter {m} [Patient]
dent. med. patient history form [patient questionnaire]Anamneseblatt {n}
med. pharm. screen failure rate <SFR>Screen-Failure-Rate {f} [Ausschlussrate wegen nicht erfüllter Kriterien zur Teilnahme an einer klinischen Studie (Proband, Patient)]
med. pharm. termination of subject [premature withdrawal of a patient from the study]vorzeitiger Ausschluss {m} des Patienten [aus der klinischen Studie]
4 Words: Verbs
to cover sb. with a blanket [e.g. the patient]jdn. mit einer Decke zudecken [z. B. den Patienten]
med. to go to / into hospital [Br.]ins Krankenhaus gehen [als Patient]
5+ Words: Verbs
med. to be in a cold sweat [patient]kaltschweißig sein [Patient]
5+ Words: Nouns
med. (cardiac) pacemaker patient identification card <pacemaker patient ID card>Herzschrittmacherausweis {m}
med. (cardiac) pacemaker patient identification card <pacemaker patient ID card>Herzschrittmacherkarte {f}
MedTech. latching and non-latching visual alarms [e.g. patient monitoring]löschender Alarm und bleibender Alarm {m} [z. B. Patientenüberwachungssystem]
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