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Synonyms for drug

knock out



Synonyms for drug

a substance used in the treatment of disease

a substance that affects the central nervous system and is often addictive

to administer or add a drug to

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In a narrative verdict, the coroner said: "He had consumed an excessive amount of prescribed drugs, causing fatal drug toxicity.
Intravenous Lipid Emulsion for the Treatment of Drug Toxicity.
The mother of a Veneta woman who died from drug toxicity is seeking almost $2 million in damages from a Eugene doctor she accuses of prescribing her daughter too many painkillers.
Drug toxicity testing is an important part of early-stage drug development.
Issues of importance in these smaller trials include choice of agent, selection of appropriate trial participants, trial design, method of access to breast tissue in women without cancer, selection and monitoring of SEBs, and monitoring of drug toxicity.
Coroner Suzanne Anderson recorded that the victim died from mixed drug toxicity.
Called 'Fish and Chips', the novel multi-channel microfluidic perfusion platform can grow and monitor the development of various tissues and organs inside zebrafish embryos for drug toxicity testing.
Aethlon said the Hemopurifier provides rapid-real time clearance of circulating HCV yielding the potential to improve benefit, dose, duration and tolerability of drug therapies without the introduction of drug toxicity and interaction risks.
An autopsy determined the cause of death to be drug toxicity from methadone.
The topics include screening approaches for genetic toxicity, the reliability of reactive metabolite and covalent binding assessments in predicting idiosyncratic drug toxicity, de-risking developmental toxicity-mediated drug attrition in the pharmaceutical business, predicting toxicology approaches for small molecule oncology drugs, the role of genetically modified mouse models in predictive toxicology, and mathematical modeling approaches to predicting the therapeutic index of antibody-based therapeutics.
The Fa2N-4 cell line has also been engineered to function as a proxy for normal human liver cells for use in performing drug toxicity assays.
Following a brief introduction to drug toxicity as systemic effects that may occur with overdosage of a medication, accumulation of the drug in the body over time, or the inability of a patient's body to eliminate the drug, international scientists present recent research trends in this field.
In a patient developing signs and symptoms of drug toxicity, the presence of these various histologic abnormalities is highly suggestive of drug toxicity.
They returned a verdict of accidental death, with the cause of death mixed drug toxicity.
As such, environmental health researchers interested in understanding the pathogenesis of environmental disease, in defining mechanisms of environmental and drug toxicity, in classifying susceptible versus nonsusceptible individuals, and in predicting toxicity outcomes, must decipher the code.