biomedicine

[ bahy-oh-med-uh-sin ]
/ ˌbaɪ oʊˈmɛd ə sɪn /

noun

the application of the natural sciences, especially the biological and physiological sciences, to clinical medicine.
the science concerned with the effects of the environment on the human body, especially environments associated with space travel.

Origin of biomedicine

First recorded in 1945–50; bio- + medicine

Related forms

bi·o·med·i·cal, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for biomedical (1 of 2)

biomedical

/ (ˌbaɪəʊˈmɛdɪkəl) /

adjective

of or relating to biology and medicine or biomedicine

British Dictionary definitions for biomedical (2 of 2)

biomedicine

/ (ˌbaɪəʊˈmɛdɪsɪn, -ˈmɛdsɪn) /

noun

the medical study of the effects of unusual environmental stress on human beings, esp in connection with space travel
the study of herbal remedies
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Medicine definitions for biomedical (1 of 2)

biomedical

[ bī′ō-mĕdĭ-kəl ]

adj.

Of or relating to biomedicine.
Of, relating to, or involving biological, medical, and physical sciences.

Medicine definitions for biomedical (2 of 2)

biomedicine

[ bī′ō-mĕdĭ-sĭn ]

n.

The branch of medical science that deals with the ability of humans to tolerate environmental stresses and variations, as in space travel.
The application of the principles of the natural sciences, especially biology and physiology, to clinical medicine.
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