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Antonyms for contraindicate

make a treatment inadvisable

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Updating the device label with a boxed warning and contraindications will provide clinicians and patients with critical information about the risk of spreading cancerous tissue when these procedures are performed.
For example, a 2007 report based on data collected in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 1999-2001 found a 16% prevalence of contraindications in American women aged 20-51 years (Contraception 2007;75:355-60).
5 million records from the registry for patients aged 18-64 years, they found that 8% of 121,286 migraine patients had a cardiovascular contraindication, such as a history of MI or stroke or documented prescriptions for cardiovascular disease.
CDC is updating its contraindications for rotavirus vaccine (3,10).
The new contraindications for deferasirox include a creatinine clearance less than 40 mL/min, serum creatinine more than twice the age-appropriate upper limit of normal, and platelet counts below 50 X [10.
However, there are various contraindications to NIV and mask-CPAP, such as recent cervical anastomosis or anastomotic leakage after oesophageal surgery, due to the pressure exerted on the anastomotic sutures or the leak.
Updated contraindications by ACIP to the initial IOM recommendations have also been based on observational reports and studies.
There are other contraindications for HRT, too, such as having a history of uterine or breast cancer, liver disease, blood clots in the veins or lungs, migraine headaches, large uterine fibroids, endometriosis, severe varicose veins, or abnormal vaginal bleeding.
legitimate candidates who may have deferred a cholecystectomy because of contraindications to an open surgical procedure.
What are the true contraindications to pertussis vaccine?
Looking at each generic category, the caregiver must understand the actions, indications and contraindications of the product (just like oral medications) prior to applying the dressing.
In addition to a warning placed on the sunlamp product advising that the product not be used on children under 18, certain marketing materials promoting sunlamp products and UV lamps must carry additional warnings and contraindications, including Persons repeatedly exposed to UV radiation should be regularly evaluated for skin cancer.
We really don't know why we saw this high percentage--a shocking percentage--of patients with cardiac contraindications [who were] receiving triptans," she said.
The FDA cited the Web page for failing to include any contraindications, warnings, or precautions for the drug, which "misleadingly suggests that Adcirca is safer than has been demonstrated," said the warning letter.
Clinical contraindications did not appear to play a significant role in the lack of treatment: Only 2% of patients had a glomerular filtration rate of less than 30 mL/min per 1.