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Synonyms for concomitant

Synonyms for concomitant

occurring or existing with

one that accompanies another

Synonyms for concomitant

an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another

following or accompanying as a consequence

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Thus it should be safe to take the two concomitantly in normal doses.
Standing with arms alongside the body, lifting the arms through sideways towards the ceiling concomitantly with inspiration, then moving the arms backwards alongside the head and the body concomitantly with expiration, arriving in the initially position.
New Orleans), Presbyterian missionaries concomitantly tried to destroy certain aspects of African culture considered inimical to Christian principles and practices.
MYCAMINE can be used concomitantly with a variety of other drugs, including the HIV protease inhibitor ritonavir and the transplant medications cyclosporine and tacrolimus.
The microbiologic etiology of AOM was unknown in at least 15% of patients in these studies, perhaps because microbiologic tests have not been used concomitantly in AOM cases, said Dr.
WASHINGTON -- Depressed patients with infections who were treated concomitantly with linezolid and antidepressants showed no evidence of developing serotonin syndrome due to drug interactions, compared with similar patients taking other antibiotics, Dr.
Fast forward six months, and we just sold 447-449 Fulton at an increment of $500,000 and closed on a sister property (497-501), on the same street a few blocks further north concomitantly, for an equal amount.
Clinical studies of 7,484 healthy children aged 12-23 months (of whom 5,446 received MMRV vaccine) indicated that those who received 1 dose of MMRV vaccine developed levels of antibody to measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella similar to those of children who received 1 dose of MMR and 1 dose of varicella vaccines concomitantly at separate injection sites.
5 to 1%, an improvement due not least to an option for programme selection at type change-over and the concomitantly faster resumed availability.
Luperox F-CST is said to be a remarkable evolution of Luperox F40M-SP, as it concomitantly offers a better scorch time (same as Luperox F40M-SP) and a shorter cure time (20% faster than F40M-SP or F40ED).
Where European and native practices converged, as with the forms of property-holding reflected in testaments and in some degree the inheritance system, for instance, there the process of native acculturation was faster and easier, although in general it proceeded more slowly than in the Nahua lands, where the presence of Spaniards was much greater and acculturative pressures concomitantly stronger.
Undoubtedly, like Luther, Niebuhr would have maintained that sober pessimism regarding the human condition concomitantly points to our need and hope for the outpouring of grace that God has initiated through the revelation of Christ.
Both studies randomized 16 healthy women aged 18-40 years to 21 days of treatment with NuvaRing, either alone or concomitantly with 875 mg amoxicillin twice daily for 10 days (study 1) or 100 mg doxycycline once daily for 10 days (study 2).
Concomitantly, the patient received colloids to reestablish blood volume, intravenous dexamethasone, 6 mg four times daily, to diminish the cerebral edema; and fast-acting insulin to control hyperglycemia.