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 DeCS Categories

N02 Health Care Facilities, Manpower, and Services .
N02.278 Health Facilities .
N02.278.035 Ambulatory Care Facilities .
N02.278.035.128 Community Health Centers .
N02.278.035.128.800 Substance Abuse Treatment Centers .
N02.278.808 Rehabilitation Centers .
N02.278.808.930 Substance Abuse Treatment Centers .
VS3 Health Surveillance of Health Services .
VS3.002 Health Facilities .
VS3.002.009 Rehabilitation Centers .
VS3.002.009.001 Substance Abuse Treatment Centers .
 
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Substance Abuse Treatment Centers .
Drug Rehabilitation Center .
Drug Rehabilitation Centers .
Rehabilitation Center, Drug .
Treatment Centers, Drug .
Treatment Centers, Drug Abuse .
Treatment Centers, Substance Abuse .
Center, Drug Rehabilitation .
Center, Drug Treatment .
Centers, Drug Rehabilitation .
Centers, Drug Treatment .
Drug Treatment Center .
Treatment Center, Drug .
Drug Treatment Centers .
Drug Abuse Treatment Centers .
Rehabilitation Centers, Drug .
Health facilities providing therapy and/or rehabilitation for substance-dependent individuals. Methadone distribution centers are included. .
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/drug therapy .
/chemother .
/chemotherapy .
/chemotreatment .
/drug treatment .
/medicament therapy .
/medicament treatment .
/medicamentous therapy .
/medicamentous treatment .
/medication therapy .
/medication treatment .
/pharmaceutical treatment .
/pharmacologic therapy .
/pharmacologic treatment .
/pharmacother .
/pharmacotherapy .
/therapy by drugs .
/therapy with drugs .
/therapy with medication .
/therapy with pharmaceuticals .
/treatment with medication .
/treatment with pharmaceuticals .
Used with disease headings for the treatment of disease by the administration of drugs, chemicals, and antibiotics. For diet therapy and radiotherapy, use specific subheadings. Excludes immunotherapy for which "therapy" is used. .
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/therapy .
/disease management .
/therapeutics .
/treatment .
Used with diseases for therapeutic interventions except drug therapy, diet therapy, radiotherapy, and surgery, for which specific subheadings exist. The concept is also used for articles and books dealing with multiple therapies. .
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