act of being abandoned
a shortened word or phrase
first aid treatment for choking
the movement of a limb away from the midline
device to prevent your hip from moving out of joint
designed to seperate the legs of a patient
process by which one absorbs
to treat with cruelty and violence
an event that happens by chance
to be responsible
a specific action
short term & immediately
equipment to help with ADLS
the movement of a limb towards the midline
activities of daily living
entering a facility
behavior that is verbally or physically abusive
process of becoming older
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
audible signals to alert danger
tangled nerve fibers that cause dementia
someone missing a limb
study of the body
feeling of hostility
active against bacteria
medication that kills bacteria
a type of stocking that is used to prevent swelling and blood clots
uneasiness or fear
impairment of language
referring to the apex
temporary cessation of breathing
carries blood from the heart to the body
inflammation of the jont
free from contamination
inhalation of food or drink into the lungs
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