antidote


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Synonyms for antidote

Synonyms for antidote

something that corrects or counteracts

Synonyms for antidote

a remedy that stops or controls the effects of a poison

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CHICKEN eggs may turn out to be an efficient tool to produce antidote for snakebites, a recent study has found.
In one case, a surgical device caught a patient on fire; in another, an Office of Public Safety commander refused to pick up an antidote at a nearby hospital -- and the patient died from oleander poisoning.
Numerous personal testimonies of religious or spiritual awakening resulting from NDEs are also presented, in this positive-minded, inquisitive, and spiritually uplifting antidote to the fear of death.
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Although the issue is still debated in the medical community, Eckerman firmly believes that sodium thiosulfate should have been widely used as an antidote for the exposed victims: Eckerman concludes that sodium thiosulfate must have been necessary, not because of patient presentation, but because Union Carbide withdrew the initial recommendation for use of the cyanide antidote.
A Nigerian pharmacologist has found in local plants a potentially cheap and easy-to-store antidote to all these problems.
25 million doses of an antidote for nerve agents in what could be an attempt to protect its military personnel if Saddam Hussein uses those weapons on the battlefield, administration sources said.
It was a perfect antidote to the perpetual rantings and ravings from Michael Cashman and Collis Gretton.
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In this context, however, Hard to Imagine is a welcome antidote to academic theory that too often deconstructs sexuality without ever exploring sex.
He had followed the mystery surrounding Gulf War illnesses and knew the troops had doused themselves, their clothing, and their tents with insecticides, including permethrin and Deet; he learned that some had also taken pyridostigmine bromide (PB), a prophylactic antidote to nerve gas.