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adherence (n)

Einhalten, Therapietreue


the fact of someone behaving exactly according to rules, beliefs etc.:

He was noted for his strict adherence to the rules

Adherence to treatment was one of the main outcome measures. 

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adhere (to) verb


to continue to obey a rule or have a belief:

She adhered to her principles/ideals throughout her life.

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adherent (adjektiv)

1. klebend

2. Anhänger

1. adj. sticky: an adherent surface

2. noun person who strongly supports a particular person, principle, or set of ideas:

She has long been an adherent of the Communist Party

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holistic (adj)

ganzheitlich, holistisch

dealing with or treating the whole of something or someone and not just a part:

A holistic approach is urgently needed for young children with respect to disease severity

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admission rate (n)


number of people who enter hospital

The interventions demonstrated significant differences in hospital readmission rates within 84 days post discharge.

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adhesive (n + adj)

1. klebend

2. Klebstoff

1. adj. sticky adhesive tape

2. noun: glue

 You'll need a/some strong adhesive to mend that chair.


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baseline (n)

Grundlinie, Behandlungsbeginn

1. a line on a sports field that marks the end of the playing area

2. an imaginary line used as a starting point for making comparisons:

Data were collected at baseline and 12 weeks later.


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generic (adj)

allgemein, generisch

shared by, typical of, or relating to a whole group of similar things, rather than to any particular thing:

Generic skills or transferable skills have been discussed in terms of whether or not skills learned in one context can be transferred into another context.