An iatrogenic infection is one actually caused by accidental medical actions.
Iatrogenic means a complication as a result of treatment.
Iatrogenic means that was caused by a doctor, or by a treatment prescribed by a doctor.
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Iatrogenic malnutrition is a protein-calorie malnutrition brought on by treatments, medications and hospitalization. Iatrogenic: induced inadvertently ( accidentally) by a doctor, medical treatment or diagnostic procedures.
Iatro- means treatment. A word that uses the combining form is iatrogenic, meaning caused by treatment. This term usually refers to a bad outcome of treatment. A common example is the iatrogenic yeast infection that some women get from antibiotic use.
Iatrogenic means caused by treatment, so an iatrogenic surgical complication is an unexpected problem during surgery that resulted from the treatment. An example might be leaving a surgical sponge in the patient.
Sven-Erik Bergentz has written: 'Iatrogenic vascular injuries' -- subject(s): Blood Vessels, Blood-vessels, Complications, Iatrogenic Disease, Iatrogenic diseases, Injuries, Therapeutics, Wounds and injuries
Iatrogenic KS, is observed in kidney and liver transplant patients who take immunosuppressive drugs to prevent rejection of their organ transplant
Invasive procedures carry risks similar to other surgical procedures, such as infection, reaction to anesthesia, and iatrogenic (injury as a result of treatment) injury.
An iatrogenic condition is one that is caused by a doctor. A doctor-caused condition might arise, for example, from prescribing the wrong medicine or performing surgery improperly.
Hypercalcaemia means there is a high level of calcium ions in the blood serum. Iatrogenic means caused by a doctor or healthcare intervention. Hence iatrogenic hypercalcaemia means high calcium caused by a medical intervention. An example is from drugs that cause high calcium such as thiazide diuretics.
The general term for such infections is iatrogenic. They are unintentionally caused during the course of treatment by physicians. The Greek word for healer is iatros, and the word means brought forth by a healer.
Your physician, unintentionally
Nosocomial infections are infections that are acquired in a health-care setting or as a result of receiving medical care. They may be the result of medical care (see iatrogenic infections, below), or they may simply be due to contact with pathogens from another patient in a hospital or clinic. Iatrogenic infections are infections that are the result of receiving medical care. Iatrogenic infections are nosocomial infections. Examples include infections as a result of surgery or catheterization, or secondary infections that are a result of antibiotic treatment killing of normal microbiota. Community-acquired infections are those that are picked up outside of a health-care setting. For example, CA-MRSA is the name given to MRSA infections that are transmitted in people's everyday lives.
Of or relating to illness caused by medical examination or treatment.
Iatrogenic is any adverse condition caused by a doctor
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Surgery at young age, i.e. iatrogenic
Iatrogenic. From the Greek, iatros = physician, geneses = beginning or cause.
Iatrogenic is the medical term meaning caused by treatment.
The cause of an iatrogenic diseases is a very ironic one, it is a disease that is caused by the doctor inadvertantly giving it to the patient. It's a good thing for the doctors that it has such a complicated and official sounding name. I think it sounds better than saying ooops!
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Iatrogenic means physician induced health problem.
Risks associated with vitrectomy are retinal detachment, bleeding, iatrogenic (medically caused) cataracts, and endophthalmitis
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