Meaning of iatrogenesis in English:

iatrogenesis

Pronunciation /ʌɪˌatrəˈdʒɛnɪsɪs/

Translate iatrogenesis into Spanish

noun

See iatrogenic

‘Familiarity with these commonly-occurring disorders helps the nurse prevent unnecessary iatrogenesis and promote optimal function of the aging patient.’
  • ‘Clinical iatrogenesis is the injury done to patients by ineffective, toxic, and unsafe treatments.’
  • ‘A thorough assessment is essential to rule out iatrogenesis and treatable contributing causes.’
  • ‘This argument has parallels with Illich's thesis of clinical iatrogenesis and related theories of commerciogenic illness.’
  • ‘His interests include adult psychopathology and psychotherapy, the repressed memory controversy, and the phenomenon of iatrogenesis.’