dose

(redirected from Equivalent dose)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Equivalent dose: absorbed dose, effective dose
  • all
  • noun
  • verb

Synonyms for dose

Synonyms for dose

to administer or add a drug to

Synonyms for dose

References in periodicals archive ?
n] are respective work-shift-specific estimates of equivalent doses to bone marrow in sieverts (Sv), based on personal dosimeter readings, then corresponding bone marrow absorbed radiation dose estimates [Y.
A 2007 experimental study of heart attack showed that a human equivalent dose of 28 mg improved left ventricular function, decreased heart attack size, and increased activity of the powerful antioxidant superoxide dismutase (SOD).
We considered this and used recognized scientific tables to reduce the human equivalent dose by 12.
Based on these results, we would recommend pre-treatment fertility preservation be offered, whenever clinically possible, to any male whose projected treatment is expected to include a cyclophosphamide equivalent dose greater than 4 g/m[sup.
The L-dopa equivalent dose also declined similarly in both groups, Dr.
The investigators hypothesized that the two treatment schedules would be equally effective because they have the same biological equivalent dose and same tumor control probability, but that late complications would be reduced with hypofractionation.
Clinical trials have shown that the new vaginal device safely delivers at least 10-times more drug to the uterus as a tablet of equivalent dose.
But I would certainly say that by restricting intake to no more than three cups of coffee a day or the equivalent dose, an effect would be unlikely, even in the preterm or sick term baby.
and provided equivalent protection against lethal aerosol anthrax challenge at the proposed human equivalent dose.
Mean Morphine Equivalent Dose Used Inadequate vitamin D (n = 38) 134 mg/day Adequate vitamin D (n = 102) 70 mg/day Note: Based on a study of 140 patients using opioids.
The ICRP's change from effective dose equivalent (ICRP 1977) to effective dose (ICRP 1991) and the shift from dose equivalent to equivalent dose has created chaos in the nomenclature (Strom and Watson 2002).
of ciprofloxacin or an equivalent dose of another oral quinolone, he said at the meeting.
In preclinical cancer models, BIND-014 was shown to deliver up to ten-fold more docetaxel to tumors than an equivalent dose of conventional docetaxel.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicare Services (CMS) defines high risk as "using a daily morphine equivalent dose (MED) of greater than 120 mg for at least 90 consecutive days, plus using more than three pharmacies and more than three unique prescribers.
Secondly, it is clear that higher r1 relaxivity is instrumental in improving diagnostic performance relative to that achievable with conventional GBCAs at equivalent dose.
Full browser ?