cris-, crit-, cri-
(Greek: to separate; a separating, putting apart; a decision, decide; to judge)
It usually refers to pain which occurs during sickle cell anemia crisis or that results from syphilis.
2. The rapid onset of malnutrition in celiac (abdominal) disease with severe watery diarrhea, vomiting, dehydration, and acidosis.
Vigorous antibiotic and nutritional therapy is required.
2. A transition for better or for worse in the course of a disease; usually, indicated by a significant change in the intensity of signs and symptoms.
3. A turning point in the course of anything; a decisive or crucial time, stage, or event; for example, regarding events affecting the emotional state of a person after a death or divorce which can result in personality growth or personality disorganization.
4. A time of great danger or trouble, whose outcome decides whether possible bad consequences will follow.
5. Etymology: from Greek krisis, "turning point in a disease" (used as such by Hippocrates and Galen); literally, "judgment" from krinein, "to separate, to decide, to judge".
The sense of decisive moment is first recorded in English in 1627 as a figurative extension of the original medical meaning.
The main objectives of such crisis assistance procedures are to help people cope with their current problems and to offer guidance and support for long-term therapies.
There is no such thing as one criteria. "These are the criteria you must follow if you want to succeed."
Say "one criteria."
Use and misuse: the proper use of "criterion" is singular while "criteria" is the correct plural form. Misuse is "criterions" or "criterias" for the plural or "criteria" as a singular form.