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to administer or add a drug to

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RECEIVING TWO DOSES of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine at 5-month intervals or longer appears to provide similar protection against genital warts as three doses among girls initiating the series before age 15 years, reported Rebecca B.
Although the effective dose is relatively low, nevertheless, due to the stochastic nature of radiation effects, it should be given consideration as it increases the probability of occurrence of cancer [1].
Conclusion: Fletcher applicator was more effective in achieving a better dose distribution in gynaecological malignancies, resulting in better treatment outcome.
Currently we are working with regulatory authorities to obtain the required clearances to bring the first Certa Dose products to market.
"The flexibility around the timing of the second dose, giving the option of annual vaccination over 2 consecutive years, is an added benefit [because] reduced dose schedules of HPV vaccines may facilitate vaccination implementation and reduce cost, allowing for higher vaccination coverage and potentially more girls being protected from cervical cancer," the investigators noted.
scientists randomly assigned 200 people aged 70 and older who had already experienced a fall to take either a higher dose (60,000 IU) or a lower dose (24,000 IU) of vitamin D once a month.
American, European, Asian, Australian, South African and Pediatrics guidelines for acne recommend ISO as primary or second-order treatment in a dose of 0.5-1 mg/kg per day (higher dose), for 16-32 weeks (cumulative dose of approximately 120-150 mg/kg).1,2 However, the higher doses are associated with higher degree of mucocutaneous adverse effects.2 At 1 mg/kg per day, 98% of patients report adverse events, such as eczema, impetigo and photosensitivity, while at doses below 0.25 mg/kg per day, 50% of patients report adverse effects, which are generally less severe.3
Dose monitoring solutions capture patient-specific dose information, either directly from the modality or through the RIS, PACS, or EMR.
A recent clinical trial of shoulder pain treatment with low and high doses of corticosteroid injections showed that low-dose injections are as effective as high-dose ones.
GE Healthcare plans to invest in innovative low-dose technologies such as DoseWatch, a new multi-modality dose monitoring solution; Veo, an image reconstruction technology allowing CT imaging under 1 millisievert with profound clarity; dose-alert upgrades; free radiation safety iPad applications and low-dose online seminars offering education and CE credits to healthcare professionals globally; the Innova interventional imaging systems designed to maximise dose efficiency, reduce doses and simplify dose management; and low-dose ASiR technology that is used on over 1,000 systems for more than 10m patient exams.
That is, the equianalgesic dose of the new opioid is calculated via an equianalgesic table such as a mu-agonist dose chart, and an automatic dose reduction of 25%-50% should be made.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed its vaccine recommendation for varicella from one dose to two in 2006 for children ages 4-6.
In the United States, every clinical trial involving these agents has switched to a 40-mg dexamethasone dose once per week as opposed to more frequent dosing, which produces a higher cumulative dose.
Os tratamentos constaram de fracoes da recomendacao de adubacao convencional de nitrogenio e potassio aplicada via fertirrigacao e aplicacao da dose recomendada via adubo solido na superficie do solo sob sequeiro e com irrigacao (Tabela 1).
A maximum of three cohorts will be enrolled in the REOLYSIN(R) dose escalation portion.