Ambulatory (adjective)

Able to walk or move about; not bedridden.

Origin:

From latin ambulare ("to wal.k")

Examples:

  1. The patient was ambulatory and able to leave the hospital soon after the surgery.
  2. The hospital had an ambulatory care center for patients who needed follow-up care.
  3. She was ambulatory but required a cane to help her walk.
  4. The elderly patients were ambulatory but had mobility issues.
  5. The center provides ambulatory services for people recovering from injuries.
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