Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to wounds: as, traumatic inflammation.
- Adapted to the cure of wounds; vulnerary: as, traumatic balsam.
- Produced by wounds: as, traumatic tetanus.
- Pertaining to or of the nature of trauma or traumatism.
- n. A medicine useful in the cure of wounds.
- adj. of, caused by, or causing trauma
- adj. medicine, dated Of or relating to wounds; applied to wounds.
- adj. dated Adapted to the cure of wounds; vulnerary.
- adj. Produced by wounds.
- n. dated, medicine A medicine for wounds; a vulnerary.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to wounds; applied to wounds.
- adj. Adapted to the cure of wounds; vulnerary.
- adj. Produced by wounds.
- adj. of or relating to a physical injury or wound to the body
- adj. psychologically painful
“The term traumatic condition can be any wound or injury regardless of the seriousness of the injury or wound.”
“We had, again as was mentioned, we had five patients expire, two who came in in what we call traumatic arrest from the injury needing CPR coming in the door.”
“Although it's clear she doesn't blame her mother ( "It was a circumstantial thing," she says), she was deeply affected by what she refers to as a traumatic separation.”
“When I teach Verbal First Aid to emergency workers, a communication protocol used to facilitate healing in traumatic situations, I ask them what they think their most important tool is.”
“From a morale point of view he is not in traumatic shock.”
“Already, Pitman had conducted a study in accident victims to see if propranolol, a drug that reduces anxiety, could stop long-term traumatic memories from forming in the first place.”
“Preserve: Through these workshops, a network of inter-agency trained workers, who are able to provide practical help and “emotional first aid” in traumatic situations, continues to grow and develop.”
“The syndrome that is now called post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD—a condition that many veterans of the Iraq war now suffer—was called traumatic war neurosis during World War II, shell shock in World War I, and nostalgia during the American Civil War.21”
“Snip from announcement: "This happens prior to any overall motion of the head following impact with the windshield and is a new concept to consider for doctors interested in traumatic brain injury (TBI).”
“No, they were experiancing the perceptual distortion that most humans will experiance in traumatic circumstances and if there are gaps in their recollection the brain fills them in.”
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