Noun(1) a covered walkway (as in a cloister
Adjective(1) relating to or adapted for walking(2) able to walk about
(1) In an office structure, for example, most of the occupants will be ambulatory and capable of proceeding to a safe zone or the exit stairs.(2) Each survey was conducted among a nationally representative, random sample of office-based physicians who provide ambulatory patient care.(3) A contemporary reinterpretation of a traditional form, the cloister is a luminous, humanly scaled ambulatory space that leads visitors through the pavilion.(4) Adult patients scheduled for ambulatory surgery were invited to participate.(5) After five years, she switched to ambulatory dialysis, which she could do at home - and tried to live as full a life as possible.(6) At the beginning of the pandemic we will attempt to keep people away from hospital and treat them at home with the ambulatory services that are available.(7) On the day of surgery, the patient arrives at the ambulatory surgery unit one and a half hours before surgery is scheduled.(8) Dr Arnmon addressed ambulatory surgery for patients with diabetes, saying that a tight schedule is never a reason to perform a procedure.(9) These affiliates include other hospitals, hospices, home care agencies, nursing homes, and ambulatory care facilities.(10) Amid simple, wood-panelled walls, 10 black neo-classical columns support a vault of gilded beams and a complex ambulatory of exquisitely painted murals depicting male and female saints.(11) Surgeons typically choose the vein from the leg since its removal does not cause any future ambulatory problems.(12) All patients who had ambulatory surgery during data collection times were asked to take part in the study.(13) There are personal stories of people coping with their situation as best as they can, and there are useful tips, too, on how to deal with those things the ambulatory take for granted, like showers and simply going to the bathroom.(14) The participants were healthy, ambulatory , and voluntarily sought treatment.(15) The Camden Society were brought in after part of the ambulatory vaulting had collapsed.(16) On the day of surgery, the patient registers at the ambulatory care unit, where nurses prepare him or her for surgery.
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