These studies in pathogenesis and etiology are fundamentally necessary for the development of a rational therapy and prophylaxis.
The prophylaxis of yellow-fever is suggested by means of static electricity.
Richet gave the name anaphylaxis (no protection) to this phenomenon to distinguish it from immunity or prophylaxis (protection).
Only in this way is the prophylaxis of arteriosclerosis possible.
In prophylaxis of the family the first indication is to stop the production of degenerates.
prophylaxis of the habit is an ethical question that we can scarcely do justice to here.
The prophylaxis of disease is in Alexanders opinion the important part of the physicians duty.
prophylaxis of degeneracy in the individual should commence with the birth of the child.
The Army regulations as to prophylaxis and the introduction of intoxicants into camps were strictly and honestly enforced.
There is a passage, also, almost more interesting with regard to prophylaxis of rupture of the perineum.
prophylaxis pro·phy·lax·is (prō'fə-lāk'sĭs, prŏf'ə-)
n. pl. pro·phy·lax·es (-lāk'sēz')
Prevention of or protective treatment for disease.