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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 57

Here you will learn some English words about health, such as "abortion", "crutch", "remedy", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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CEFR C1 Vocabulary
antiseptic
[noun]
a substance that prevents infection when applied to a wound, especially by killing bacteria
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abortion
[noun]
the intentional ending of a pregnancy, often done during the early stages
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anesthetic
[noun]
a type of drug that makes the whole or part of the body unable to feel pain when administered
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blood type
[noun]
any of the types into which human blood is divided
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thermometer
[noun]
a device used to measure a person's body temperature to assess for fever or abnormal temperature using various methods like oral, ear, armpit, or forehead readings
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crutch
[noun]
one of a pair of sticks that people with movement difficulties put under their arms to help them walk or stand
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healing
[noun]
the process of becoming healthy again after an injury or illness
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hospitalization
[noun]
the fact of being placed in a hospital for medical treatment
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informed consent
[noun]
permission given by a patient to receive a particular treatment, informed of all the possible consequences and risks
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injection
[noun]
the action of putting a drug into a person's body using a syringe
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placebo
[noun]
a medicine without any physiological effect that is given to a control group in an experiment to measure the effectiveness of a new drug or to patients who think they need medicine when in reality they do not
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remedy
[noun]
a treatment or medicine for a disease or to reduce pain that is not severe
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specimen
[noun]
a small amount of something such as urine, blood, etc. that is taken for examination
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nose job
[noun]
a surgical procedure performed on someone's nose that changes its appearance to make it look more attractive
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physician
[noun]
a medical doctor who specializes in general medicine, not in surgery
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caregiver
[noun]
someone who looks after a child or an old, sick, or disabled person at home
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stamina
[noun]
the mental or physical strength that makes one continue doing something hard for a long time
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trauma
[noun]
a medical condition of the mind caused by extreme shock, which could last for a very long time
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breakdown
[noun]
a condition in which a person becomes so anxious or depressed that they can no longer handle their everyday life
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to administer
[verb]
to give someone medicines, drugs, etc.
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to cleanse
[verb]
to completely clean something, particularly the skin
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to diagnose
[verb]
to find out the cause of a problem or what disease a person has by examining the symptoms
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to vaccinate
[verb]
to protect a person or an animal against a disease by giving them a preventive shot against specific diseases
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to admit
[verb]
(of a hospital) to take in a patient so that they can receive treatment
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to discharge
[verb]
(of a wound or body part) to slowly release an infectious liquid, called pus
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to immunize
[verb]
to protect an animal or a person from a disease by vaccination
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to stitch
[verb]
to join the edges of a wound together by a thread and needle
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to revive
[verb]
to make a person become conscious again
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to soothe
[verb]
to reduce the severity of a pain
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dumb
[adjective]
unable to speak
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pharmaceutical
[adjective]
related to the production, use, or sale of medicines
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deaf
[adjective]
partly or completely unable to hear
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hygiene
[noun]
the steps one takes to promote health and avoid disease, particularly by cleaning things or being clean
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to glow
[verb]
(of a person's face) to look lively and healthy, specifically as a result of training and exercising
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blues
[noun]
a temporary state of feeling severe sadness and dejection
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sighted
[adjective]
capable of seeing unlike a blind person
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