Translation of clinical in Spanish:

clinical

clínico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈklɪnək(ə)l//ˈklɪnɪk(ə)l/

adjective

  • 1

    Medicine
    (training/depression/diagnosis) clínico
    • Sheskin later conducted double-blind clinical studies on ENL patients in Venezuela.
    • The present study was performed in a tumor-bearing rat model, preceding clinical studies in patients with ovarian cancer.
    • Cows can be contaminating milk before they show evidence of clinical disease.
    • In this study we describe the clinical and laboratory features of the patients with and without mycobacteraemia.
    • Many patients also participate in clinical research studies that evaluate new treatments for Alzheimer's disease.
    • Mycobacterium fortuitum is known for producing a wide spectrum of clinical disease.
    • The secondary objective was to study the clinical response to treatment.
    • Years to decades after the acute phase, chronic clinical disease may appear as a heart or bowel disorder.
    • These trials compared SSRIs with placebo in adults with depression and other clinical conditions.
    • We can use clinical research, studying patients.
    • The study, involving clinical trials on Christie patients, will cost around £40,000.
    • Thus, unsuccessful aging can be considered a risk factor for clinical disease.
    • Trachoma was described as a clinical disease thousands of years before the bacterium was first isolated and identified.
    • Such data are not currently available and would certainly provide important insight into clinical diseases.
    • The clinical syndrome of bronchial asthma has been known for centuries.
    • Ultimately, these strategies will be applied earlier in the sequence during a stage that we do not yet recognise as clinical diabetes.
    • Absent any clinical disease, it's hard to argue that the pesticides are causing significant harm.
    • We also discuss the treatment and clinical outcome of these patients.
    • Heart failure is a clinical syndrome which has reached epidemic proportions.
    • Treating the presence of a genetic marker as though it were the clinical disease can be very unhelpful.
    • I believe that access to hospital treatment should be on clinical need rather than on ability to pay.
    • He leaves the impression that no herb has ever been subjected to chemical, laboratory, or clinical study and found safe.
    • Recognizing the symptoms of clinical depression and getting help early can help prevent serious problems, experts say.
    • Most patients in clinical trials had osteolytic bone metastases on imaging studies.
    • We are looking primarily for the appearance of all the autoantibodies that have been shown to be a predictor of clinical diabetes.
    • Treatment patients showed better clinical outcome at delivery, with higher average infant birth weight measures and Apgar scores.
    • Biological therapy is now being studied in clinical trials for use in colon cancer treatment.
    • Sahn and Hefner recently reviewed the clinical condition of spontaneous pneumothorax.
    • Both have a level of clinical illness and both have a level of stress, which is very much surprising.
    • Aspirin induced asthma is a distinct clinical syndrome affecting some asthmatic patients.
    • We did this several years ago in a clinical study, in patients who had aneurysms who were scheduled to undergo surgery.
    • Symptoms of clinical depression usually begin by early adulthood.
    • The findings of the present study have important clinical implications for patient care.
    • Some doctors even enroll and treat patients in clinical studies that are paid for by companies they own.
    • The contribution of animal studies to clinical medicine requires urgent formal evaluation.
    • Also, we emphasize that not all individuals with high anti-GAD antibody levels necessarily develop the clinical disease.
    • However, such approaches are obviously of little help for clinical studies in patients.
    • The company said clinical trials showed the drug helps patients achieve lower blood sugar when injected prior to meals.
    • Some individuals with clinical disease have no such antibodies detectable.
    • Their emphasis on clerical rather than clinical management of patients has been a feature of recent times.
  • 2

    (cool, unemotional)
    (manner/detachment) frío
    the clinical appearance of the building el aspecto frío / aséptico del edificio
    • Imagine a clinical, morgue-like room, all stainless steel and green rubber sheets.
    • Too often, the clinical eye of business looks past human needs and focuses only on the accounts.
    • The ambience of the interior, according to Halford, is ‘very clinical, clean and pure’.
    • He confronts their arguments in almost clinical detail.
    • The problem with this analysis is that only geeks and journalists are listening to Apple's story with that sort of clinical attention to detail.
    • He brought to the art of batsmanship a clinical and almost frightening efficiency.
    • The first was the cocktail bar, very plush, almost empty and looking very clean and clinical.
    • There's something unmistakably clean and clinical about the Westmount Spa.
    • I want it to be efficient, clinical, impartial and polite.
    • Behavioural research derives its authority from notions of scientific rigour and clinical detachment.
    • The joy of McNeil's book is that it characterises the mess with such clear and clinical efficiency.
    • It's distanced, almost clinical and that in turn leads to a great deal of gallows humour.
    • The sheer clinical distance of those words, days after the attack, speaks volumes.
    • Combined with Dahl's clinical distance from the material, this means a potentially outstanding war movie is diluted into merely a good one.
    • The hospitals were commended for their good signposting, bright and uncluttered corridors and clinical areas with helpful and organised support staff.
    • Some have accused her of coldness, of clinical detachment.
    • They speak with a somewhat clinical detachment that ironically casts many of their observations and findings in a rather dramatic light.
    • A museum is necessarily clinical, and as a professor of history I can walk through it with the detachment and assurance of a doctor.
    • Laboratory life may seem austerely clean and clinical, but it is by no means genteel.
    • Lazy journalists tend to think that his stuff is very clinical and detached, but behind all of that is an enormous heart pumping away.
    • He demanded an almost clinical level of detachment between actors and audience.
    • We can offer you clinical facilities at the JFK Hospital to begin with, and we will ask to use your expertise to help us equip whatever surgical room you will need.
    • Belvaux conveys the icy determination of the lone assassin with clinical efficiency.
    • It is all clean and clinical: concrete everywhere, no mud, no puddles, none of the smell of the countryside.
    • It doesn't happen with the clinical detachment that they tell it with.
    • But that should not take away from the overall performance of a Bridge squad that played its football with a ruthless and clinical efficiency.
    • In the alley on the lower deck, I find seamen from all over India sharing jokes and working with clinical efficiency.
    • She does it with a mixture of clinical efficiency and anger.
    • Strange that it should be the coldly clinical camera lens that captured the hidden emotions everyone else missed on his face.