Translation of dysfunction in Spanish:

dysfunction

disfunción, n.

Pronunciation: /dɪsˈfʌŋ(k)ʃ(ə)n//ˌdɪsˈfəŋ(k)ʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    disfunción feminine
    • Major consequences of foetal alcohol syndrome are facial deformities, central nervous system dysfunctions and non specific malfunctions.
    • We found that both pancreatic damage and end-organ dysfunctions correlated with the magnitude of the inflammatory response.
    • Finally, our study design did not allow us to examine in detail the hypothesis that lung inflammation due to ARDS may contribute to nonpulmonary organ dysfunctions.
    • These dysfunctions lead to the clinical syndrome of heart failure.
    • Therefore, other factors play a role in the development of lung dysfunctions.
    • Third, sepsis and organ dysfunctions are synergistic in worsening outcomes.
    • Optimum supplementation with vitamin C and other essential nutrients may provide a basic therapeutic means for the prevention and successful management of cardiovascular dysfunctions.
    • We included all consecutive patients with blood culture-positive sepsis and measured organ dysfunctions and mortality.
    • Bladder dysfunctions should be treated before a second procedure is performed.
    • In this system, organ system dysfunctions are used to evaluate morbidity in critically ill patients.
    • So is there potential for casting further light on this by studying people who have neurological dysfunctions associated with memory disability such as Alzheimer's?
    • Neurobehavioral and pulmonary dysfunctions were measured 7 weeks after the chlorine spill.
    • Implanted electronic devices provide a vast array of treatments for patients with cardiac dysfunctions.
    • The course content included identification, screening and early intervention and medical implications like epilepsy, hyperactivity and brain dysfunctions.
    • Survival varies widely depending upon age, chronic disease burden, and nonpulmonary organ dysfunctions such as shock and hepatic failure.
    • Immunological dysfunctions, inflammation of the respiratory tract, and disorders such as porphyria have all been suggested as possible causal factors.
    • Severe sepsis is defined as sepsis associated with evidence of one or more acute organ dysfunctions.
    • Although computed tomography can identify most brain lesions, it does not identify metabolic and extrinsic brain dysfunctions.
    • One important function of health-care services, here personal medical services, is to restore handicapping dysfunctions, for example, of vision, mobility, and so on.
    • Massage can therefore be very effectively used in conjunction with bodywork to treat not only musculo-skeletal problems, but dysfunctions of organs, glands and whole systems.