Translation of detoxification in Spanish:

detoxification

desintoxicación, n.

Pronunciation: /diːˌtɒksɪfɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n//diˌtɑksəfəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (of addict)
    desintoxicación feminine
    (center/unit) (before noun) de desintoxicación
    • Women who used prior mental health services are more likely to use additional drug treatment modalities beyond detoxification.
    • We wished to investigate whether opiate addicts who have undergone inpatient detoxification might have a similarly increased mortality after treatment.
    • After detoxification, the patient can be referred to a drug rehabilitation clinic or Narcotics Anonymous.
    • When dependence is more advanced, the discomfort of withdrawal may necessitate medical detoxification.
    • Further, this study was confined to addicts entering detoxification in two hospitals in one section of The Bronx.
    • Buprenorphine also appears to be effective when used in detoxification treatment.
    • Do you think HIV testing should be available to clients in drug detoxification facilities such as this one?
    • Addicts who have attempted detoxification and failed are eligible to participate in the studies.
    • If you have serious withdrawal symptoms or other medical problems, you might have to go to a hospital for detoxification.
    • His drug problem was so severe at this stage, that he needed a period of in-patient treatment and detoxification.
    • The higher education did not, however, explain the higher awareness of using buprenorphine for detoxification from opiates.
    • Patients who are dependent on opioids or benzodiazepines may require detoxification from these substances as well.
    • Race and frequency of opiate use at baseline were predictors of drug use during out-patient detoxification.
    • One study involves a medication trial of buprenorphine as a detoxification treatment for heroin addiction.
    • Counselling and drug detoxification should also be targeted to injecting drug users in holding cells.
    • Subjects were 11 individuals admitted to an inpatient substance abuse treatment unit for alcohol detoxification.
    • Among women, those in the labor force were more likely to have been in drug treatment or detoxification.
    • Entry into methadone detoxification was predicted by a higher frequency of drug injecting.
    • The withdrawal process must be carefully monitored because barbiturate or alcohol detoxification can be life-threatening.
    • The major remedy they proposed was for detoxification and treatment programs to drop the insurance or Medicaid requirement for admission.
  • 2

    (of substance)
    eliminación de la toxicidad feminine
    • The proportion of H 2 O 2 detoxification that involves redox turnover of the glutathione pool is difficult to estimate.
    • Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid required for membrane stabilization and detoxification.
    • Whereas the traditional process of detoxification was limited to the removal of the toxic substance from the system, this is only a small part of the aims of the modern detox.
    • He ate mainly carbohydrates in the evening to help the body to maintain the blood glucose levels required for the night-time activities of detoxification and repair.
    • Disruption of the delicate balance of metabolic activation and detoxification of chemical carcinogens is a process that may facilitate such an effect.
    • Watson advises a two-part, whole-body detoxification, which can be done simultaneously.
    • Tannins may be involved in cellular detoxification.
    • By applying unique pressures to the ten zones of the feet, the body returns to a state of balance and well being, improving blood circulation and aiding the process of detoxification.
    • Documented functions of HBs include storage and transport of oxygen, nitric oxide detoxification, and facilitating oxygen diffusion in symbiotic tissues.
    • These are to assist with detoxification, in case of poisoning.
    • The role of phase II enzymes in either activation or detoxification is beyond the possibilities of this method.
    • It is not surprising to find a very high level of functional redundancy among enzymes involved in the detoxification of hydrogen peroxide.
    • Ascorbic acid is a small, water-soluble anti-oxidant molecule which acts as a primary substrate in the cyclic pathway for enzymatic detoxification of hydrogen peroxide.
    • In this way, ellagic acid effectively increases detoxification of carcinogens and reduces mutagenesis and tumourigenesis.
    • However, the mechanism of detoxification of secondary metabolites in plant cells is less well understood.
    • I recommend that he also try herbs and detoxification.
    • These enzymes link the detoxification of toxic H 2 O 2 to oxidation of the reductant ascorbate.
    • Ethanol, similarly to most environmental toxins, requires metabolic activation and subsequent detoxification by a series of enzymes.
    • This indicated that tissue stable sulfur isotope turnover in these mussels is influenced by sulfide detoxification activities.
    • Organic acids play a role in mediating detoxification of metals by plants.