contraindication

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Antonyms for contraindication

(medicine) a reason that makes it inadvisable to prescribe a particular drug or employ a particular procedure or treatment

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There are absolute contraindications to fibroid embolization including a viable pregnancy, active uterine infection, and uterine or ovarian malignancy unless performed for palliation or as an adjunct to surgery (2).
If unable to be corrected prior to the patient requiring initiation of PD it is not an absolute contraindication to commence the patient with a hernia as the hernia can be corrected with minimal interruption to the patient's PD.
Portal vein (PV) thrombosis is considered an absolute contraindication to Transarterial Chemoembolization (TACE) treatment by some researchers and a relative contraindication by others.
Deep sub gingival preparation: not an absolute contraindication, but be avoided.
Although there is a consensus that overt intra-amniotic infection is an absolute contraindication to cerclage, the implications of subclinical intra-amniotic infection in asymptomatic women are unclear.
An absolute contraindication for this procedure is the inability of the patient to co-operate (e.
1,2) (A venous thromboembolism [VTE] that occurred in a clinical setting with a clear initiating risk factor--a fractured femur secondary to trauma complicated by a VTE, for example--is not an absolute contraindication to OCP therapy, particularly if it occurred years ago.
In the presence of contamination there is an absolute contraindication to the use of synthetic mesh (4).
The first avoidance of a repeat attempt is when the patient objects; refusal is an absolute contraindication to an additional attempt until and unless permission is given again.
Porphyria cutanea tarda is an absolute contraindication.
13) Obesity is also not an absolute contraindication to hip resurfacing, (14) possibly as a result of the lower likelihood that obese patients will engage in high levels of activity.
That, in combination with mono symptoms, is an absolute contraindication to sport activity.