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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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The results of our study support the use of the ImmuKnow assay to reduce the risk of graft failure, infections or drug toxicity in islet transplant patients.
The 7-year case-control study involved all Ontario residents aged 66 years or older who were admitted to the hospital during 1994-2000 because of drug toxicity and who had been treated in the previous week with glyburide plus co-trimoxazole, digoxin plus clarithromycin, or an angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor plus potassium-sparing diuretics.
Though the concept of STI-induced autovaccination appears to have little merit any more (see page 16), the idea of reduced total drug exposure in the absence of large drops in CD4 T cell count or unrecoverable viral rebound is still attractive as a way to reduce drug toxicity and the prohibitive costs of antiretroviral treatment.
the use of multiple-drug regimens in the posttransplant patient might improve outcomes while decreasing drug toxicity and morbidity.
Primagen is expanding its product portfolio in the areas of drug toxicity and new viruses with recent patent applications for duplex amplification and two new viruses
Treating patients who are already resistant to most or all available HIV drugs remains difficult and controversial, with trade-offs between HIV progression, new resistance development, and drug toxicity.
Medications should be used judiciously and the results and patient tolerance should be reevaluated regularly to avoid drug toxicity," states Streim.
the recent winners of the coveted Most Promising Life Science Company by Nexxus, today announced the launch of their SistemTOX[TM] early predictive and investigative drug toxicity screening service.
A liver test showed evidence of drug toxicity but doctors could not immediately pinpoint a specific cause.
After taking the medicine Kimber Michelle complained of leg pain and muscle cramping - common symptoms of drug toxicity.
The final chapters include descriptions of emergencies due to drug toxicity and overdose and psychiatric emergencies.
In the short term," says Hein, "we're going to have less drug toxicity.
The Department of Health and Human Services guidelines for treatment of HIV infection (1) recommend that patients with symptomatic HIV infection be treated with anti-HIV therapy, but that the physician should consider clinical problems such as drug toxicity, ability to adhere to treatment regimens, and drug interactions when determining the time to initiate antiretroviral therapy.
MitoSciences has demonstrated that its tests can identify drug toxicity early, often before outward signs of the conditions can be observed clinically.
HemoShear's unique science accurately replicates the conditions that human cells experience in the body, avoiding unexpected drug toxicity findings in clinical studies and improving confidence in advancing optimal drug candidates.