In the United States today, some 1.5 million old people have been institutionalized for medical problems.
Now of course, some of these are administrators, others doctors and medical personnel.
For these reasons aspiring to more diversity in the medical profession is a no-brainer.
The nearly half-decade movement to repeal and replace the medical device tax reached a crescendo on Tuesday.
medical and psychiatric services cost a $5 co-payment per visit.
He was ever ready to attend the sick, and his success in medical practice gave him great renown.
No; not through any failure; not through any of the accidents which will happen in all medical practice.
The Guardians over at Dirkham meet to-morrow to elect their medical officer.
The medical practice of the chief was peculiar; but either in consequence of it, or in spite of it, the sick man got well.
These bulls were really the formal charters of the medical schools.
1640s, from French médical, from Late Latin medicalis "of a physician," from Latin medicus "physician, surgeon, medical man" (n.); "healing, madicinal" (adj.), from mederi "to heal, give medical attention to, cure," originally "know the best course for," from an early specialization of the PIE root *med- "to measure, limit, consider, advise, take appropriate measures" (cf. Greek medomai "be mindful of," medein "to rule;" Avestan vi-mad- "physician;" Latin meditari "think or reflect on, consider;" Irish miduir "judge;" Old English metan "to measure out"); also see meditation. The earlier adjective in English in this sense was medicinal. Related: Medically.
1917, short for medical examination.
medical med·i·cal (měd'ĭ-kəl)
Of, relating to, or characterizing the study or practice of medicine.
Requiring treatment by medicine.