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to administer or add a drug to

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The same mass would arrive in the bladder whether the modeled exposure was from small bolus doses spread out over a period of time prior to the void event or from one large bolus dose at a single time before the void event.
Recent studies with abciximab, which is a commonly used GP IIb/IIIa antagonist, have showed that intracoronary (IC) bolus dose is more effective than IV bolus dose in reducing major adverse cardiac events (MACE) in STEMI (4).
What is the degree of relative adrenal insufficiency in the patient receiving a bolus dose of etomidate?
The bolus doses associated with the severe reactions have ranged from several 1,000 U of heparin to 40,000- to 50,000-U doses, Dr.
Of the patients who received optimal infusion doses, one did not receive a bolus dose and the other received a suboptimal bolus dose.
Butwick et al (18) randomised 75 patients undergoing elective caesarean section to one of four bolus doses (0 [placebo], 0.
max] value for dietary exposure consistent with the oral bolus dose of 20 mg/kg BW [i.
Recent advances have incorporated a continuous glucose monitor into the system along with algorithms that estimate the bolus dose, but the technology still requires user input--and therefore is subject to some degree of error.
The bolus dose was added to the infusion when calculating the mean daily infusion rate of the medication (midazolam or dexmedetomidine).
They were randomized to receive 1 of 3 regimens: a placebo bolus followed by a placebo infusion or a bolus dose of eptifibatide followed by 1 of 2 eptifibatide infusions.
The bolus dose usually creates a rather sudden, dramatic change while the chronic infusion allows for slower, milder, more controlled changes during the titration phase.
Following administration of the initial bolus dose of the study drug, the design of this trial allowed a limited number of supplemental doses to be administered as required to initiate or maintain sedation during the procedure.
However, the pharmacokinetic characteristics of oxycodone administered as a subcutaneous bolus dose in either critically ill or healthy populations have not been previously published.
Researchers noted that the number of patients receiving additional oxytocics was high in both groups, and this was most likely due to the prevailing routine at the hospital of giving an intravenous infusion of oxytocin following the initial bolus dose at delivery.
Results: Dexmedetomidine was administered by continuous infusion to three patients and as a single bolus dose (0.