Pulse therapy



pulse therapy n.
A short, intensive administration of pharmacotherapy, usually given at intervals such as weekly or monthly, often used in treating cancer.

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    pulse wave n. The progressive increase of pressure radiating through the arteries that occurs with each contraction of the left ventricle of the heart.



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    [puhl-sim-i-ter] /pʌlˈsɪm ɪ tər/ noun 1. an instrument for measuring the strength or quickness of the . /pʌlˈsɪmɪtə/ noun 1. (med) an instrument for measuring the strength and rate of the pulse Also called pulsometer

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    [puhls] /pʌls/ noun 1. the regular throbbing of the arteries, caused by the successive contractions of the heart, especially as may be felt at an artery, as at the wrist. 2. a single , or beat or throb, of the arteries or heart. 3. the rhythmic recurrence of strokes, vibrations, or undulations. 4. a single […]



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