Definition of Medical aid
1. Noun. Professional treatment for illness or injury.
Terms within: Medical Diagnosis
Specialized synonyms: Primary Care, Aftercare, Hospital Care, Hospitalisation, Hospitalization, Therapy, Nursing Care, Irrigation, Bandaging, Binding, Dressing, Holistic Medicine, Hospice, Injection, Shot, Bloodletting, Defibrillation, Detoxification, Disinfection, Digitalisation, Digitalization, Anticoagulation, Allopathy, Homeopathy, Homoeopathy, Intensive Care
Generic synonyms: Intervention, Treatment
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Literary usage of Medical aid
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor by United States Bureau of Labor (1911)
"In provinces where zemstvos have not been organized the duty of furnishing medical aid to the rural population devolves upon the governmental authorities. ..."
2. Incidents of Travel in Yucatan by John Lloyd Stephens (1848)
"Deplorable Condition of the Country in regard to medical aid.— Second Visit to the Ruins.—Front of an Edifice.—Square Structures.—Interesting Painting. ..."
3. An Account of the British Settlement of Aden in Arabia by Frederick Mercer Hunter (1877)
"medical aid.—Besides the military hospitals attached to the troops composing the garrison, there are three places where medical aid is afforded gratis to ..."
4. A Treatise on the Law of Agency: Including Not Only a Discussion of the by Floyd Russell Mechem (1914)
"Contracts for medical aid or nursing.—Although as has been seen in an earlier chapter,00 there is difference of opinion, the weight of authority concedes to ..."
5. The Chronicles of Baltimore: Being a Complete History of "Baltimore Town by John Thomas Scharf (1874)
"... whore we received the humane and friendly sympathies and attentions of the inhabitants, and the medical aid of two gentlemen of the faculty. ..."