Hippocratic oath

  1. an oath taken by physicians to observe medical ethics deriving from Hippocrates
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How To Use Hippocratic oath In A Sentence

  • It is said that Hippocrates (he of the Hippocratic Oath) brewed leaves from the willow tree to ease the pain of childbirth.
  • Resigned to his status as a lowly hospital attendant at the Whitestone Sanitarium, Jerome dreams of the day he can once again ply the Hippocratic oath.
  • They've swiped the Hippocratic Oath: first, do no harm - and as a result their rhetoric and critiques are timorous and toothless.
  • Such sacrifice, bravery, and dedication to our patients reflects their enduring loyalty to the Hippocratic Oath.
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