the and treatment of a convalescent patient.
support services by a welfare agency for a person discharged from an institution, such as hospital, hostel, or prison
(med) the care before and after discharge from hospital of a patient recovering from an illness or operation
any system of maintenance or upkeep of an appliance or product: contact lens aftercare

aftercare af·ter·care (āf’tər-kâr’)
Follolw-up care provided after a medical procedure or treatment program.


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