- (of a sacrament) administered on a deathbed or sickbed.
- (of a convert or conversion) made on a deathbed or sickbed.
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When her training was complete, Raderman, who hopes to become a clinical psychologist some day, volunteered for as many Teen Line shifts as she could get.
For clinical trials with thousands of participants, testing is a tedious, time-consuming endeavor, and there aren’t many robust findings yet.Covid-19 vaccines are great — but you still need to wear a mask for now|Umair Irfan|February 9, 2021|Vox
Around 40% of vaccine candidates in efficacy tests, called phase 2 clinical trials, proved successful, a rate 10 times that of cancer drugs.The next act for messenger RNA could be bigger than covid vaccines|David Rotman|February 5, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Using his clinical acumen as well as scientific judgment, he was able to combine the most effective medicines to achieve the landmark cure that galvanized the world of cancer.Emil Freireich, a pioneer of chemotherapy and a ‘towering figure in oncology,’ dies at 93|Emily Langer|February 4, 2021|Washington Post
In the third week of 2021, clinical laboratories nationwide tested 23,549 specimens for influenza.
In Psycho a psychiatrist (the young Simon Oakland) tells us in clinical terms what we've seen.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days|David Freeman|December 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Your children are beautiful,” the audience member, who identified herself as a clinical social worker, began.
As I described in an article over the summer when the fatal case in China was diagnosed, plague has three distinct clinical forms.
Dr. Grenci obtained her doctorate in clinical sexology in 2007.
She had enrolled at Maimonides University in North Miami Beach in order to work towards a degree in clinical sexology.
Results are easily and quickly obtained, and are probably accurate enough for all clinical purposes.
Quantitative estimation does not furnish much of definite clinical value.
Quantitative estimation of the total sulphates yields little of clinical value.
It is at best an empirical test and must be interpreted in the light of clinical symptoms.
Clinical study of the blood may be discussed under the following heads: I. Hemoglobin.