Definición de Hippocratic oath en inglés:

Hippocratic oath

Silabificación: Hip·po·crat·ic oath
Pronunciación: /ˌhipəˌkratik ˈōTH
 
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sustantivo

  • An oath stating the obligations and proper conduct of doctors, formerly taken by those beginning medical practice. Parts of the oath are still used in most medical schools.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • This may sound odd if your vision of medical ethics is the application to medicine of the Hippocratic oath.
    • I shook hands with the dean, swore the Hippocratic oath, signed up with the Medical Defence Union, and went to a party.
    • The best known written code for practitioners, drawn up by insiders, is the Hippocratic oath.

Origen

mid 18th century: Hippocratic from medieval Latin Hippocraticus 'relating to Hippocrates' (see Hippocrates).

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