contraindicate

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Antonyms for contraindicate

make a treatment inadvisable

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For the counseling community, the results of this study support emergent research that positivist approaches to therapy, representative of managed care models, are contraindicative to working with foster care and adoptive populations who have experienced trauma.
sports), paid work--all of these activities occupy a person's time and are generally contraindicative of offending.
The first of the three research notes are dispensing medicines that are contraindicative to the patients' chronic disease.
Grace and Klein (2000) state that insurers with a larger group affiliation are likely to reap cost advantages because of economies of scope, but their empirical results are contraindicative.
Although the report concludes that glyphosate is most likely safe, contraindicative statements exist throughout, such as, "The mechanism of toxicity of glyphosate in mammals is unknown, but it may cause uncoupling of oxidative phosphorylation.
Furthermore, many client situations that are contraindicative to the practice of bartering are not always immediately apparent to the counselor at the outset of therapy, which is, presumably, when a bartering arrangement would be agreed upon.