discontinuation


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for discontinuation

Synonyms for discontinuation

References in periodicals archive ?
Women in the postabortion group had a higher rate of earlier method discontinuation in the first 12 months than did women in the postpartum group (hazard ratio, 1.
The researchers cautioned clinicians and patients contemplating a drug holiday after 5 years of treatment to "be aware that short-term monitoring to detect individuals at higher risk who might resume bisphosphonate therapy, or initiate another therapy, may not add to risk prediction over and above age and BMD measured at the time of discontinuation.
patients with chronic hypoxemia below the thresholds cited) may be ready for attempts at discontinuation of mechanical ventilation.
This method provides estimates of the probability of discontinuation for a specific reason, in the absence of competing reasons for stopping.
It's not clear if a long taper is better than a short taper, or even if discontinuation syndrome is something that's dose related," he said.
2 at discontinuation, and did not increase significantly by 3 months.
We hypothesize that the more closely tied to method attributes a woman's reason for previous pill discontinuation was, the more likely she will be to report negative experiences with the method during past use and after restarting.
But if women opt to take antidepressants to get relief from hot flashes without being informed about the discontinuation syndrome, they may end up feeling worse than they did before they sought treatment.
Their "Business Plan Guide," dated December 1, 1997-May 31, 1998, announced new strategies against Lilly, including instructions to sales reps regarding the manner in which they were to address the problem of discontinuation with physicians and psychiatrists.
Changes in this revision include when to start antiretroviral treatment, what to start with, discontinuation or interruption of antiretroviral therapy, and special populations: HIV-infected adolescents, injection drug users, hepatitis B/HIV co-infected patients, hepatitis C/HIV co-infected patients, and HIV patient with tuberculosis.
Women who experience menstrual cramps are also at slightly higher risk of early discontinuation.
Discontinuation of Gambling: Characteristics of Adolescents At Risk and Problem Gamblers in Three Stages of Change.
Following the discontinuation of the 15-year-old annual Publisher's Multinational Direct Conference (NL/NL 7/31/02), Publisher's Multinational Direct and NEPA are sponsoring six monthly audio conferences:
Although other institutions have reportedly limited or eliminated the BT test (13, 14), we are unaware of any reports of clinical outcomes after discontinuation of the test.