Abortion: Ending the pregnancy either by medicine or surgery before the baby is born.
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Allergy: Reaction to certain things such as some kinds of food, or pollen, itch, rash or breathing problem. (Ø§ÙØ±Ø¬ÛØØªÛØ²ØØ³Û)
Amnesia: Memory loss. Not being able to remember.
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Ambulatory Care: Medical services provided on an outpatient (non-hospitalized) basis. Services may include diagnosis, treatment, surgery, and rehabilitation.
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Aspirin: A medicine commonly used to relieve pain and reduce inflammation; used at the first signs of heart attack to prevent blood clots. (Ø¯Ø±Ø¯ Ú©Ø´Ø§ Ú¯ÙÙÛ)
Biopsy: A small sample of tissue that is usually surgically removed so it can be tested for diseases.
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CVD: Cardiovascular disease, i.e., diseases of the heart (cardiac muscle) or blood vessels.
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Catheter: Also called a urinary catheter, it is soft tube that is inserted into the bladder to allow urine to flow out. It is sometime put in before or after surgery, to get a urine sample to test for infection.
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Diarrhoea: Frequent, very runny bowel movements. (Ø¯Ø³Øª)
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Hypertension: High blood pressure. (Ø¨ÙÙØ¯ ÙØ´Ø§Ø±Ù Ø®ÙÙ)
Hypotension: Low blood pressure. (Ø¨ÙÚ Ù¾Ø±ÛØ´Ø± Ú©Ù ÛÙÙØ§)
ICU: Intensive care unit-where very seriously ill patients are looked after in a hospital.
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Morbidity: The state of being diseased; ratio of persons who are diseased to those who are well in a given community. (ØØ§ÙØªÙ Ù Ø±Ø¶)
MMR: measles, mumps and rubella “ refers to the vaccination given for all three diseases.
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Mortality: The number of deaths occurring per the number of units in the population at risk for the occurrence (e.g., per 100,000 population); death rate.
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Pneumonia: Inflammation of the lungs caused by an infection. Can be caused by a variety of organisms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
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Primary Care: Basic or general healthcare traditionally provided by doctors trained in: family practice, pediatrics, internal medicine, and occasionally gynecology. (Ø§Ø¨ØªØ¯Ø§Ø¦Û Ø¹ÙØ§Ø¬)
MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scan: A painless test that uses a strong magnetic field to get clear pictures of specific body parts, such as the brain or stomach. The patient lies in a special machine like a tunnel.
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Cardiologist: Heart specialist.
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Dermatologist: Skin specialist.
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Gynaecologist: Doctor specializing in disorders occurring among Women.
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Haemotologist: Specialist related to disorders related with blood.
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Hetpatologist: Specialist related with Liver disorder.
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Oncologist: Cancer specialist.
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Pulmonologist: Specialist related with lung disorders.
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Pathologist: Specialist identifying disorders through cells and tissues.
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Paediatric: Child specialist.
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