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an·ti·dot·al

(an-tĕ-dō'tăl),
Relating to or acting as an antidote.

antidotal

See antidote.

an·ti·dot·al

(an'ti-dō'tăl)
Relating to or acting as an antidote.

an·ti·dot·al

(an'ti-dō'tăl)
Relating to or acting as an antidote.

antidotal

having the properties of an antidote.

antidotal therapy
treatment specifically directed towards reversing the effects of a poison.
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178) Antidotal property of LA against Cd induced hepatotoxicity has also been reported.
The morbidity and mortality with organophosphate poisoning is relatively high despite the use of atropine as specific antidotal therapy and oximes to reactivate acetylcholinesterase Several adjunct and alternative therapies have been explored in animal and human studies.
5 inches thick) contains detailed reviews of 900 medicinal, biological, non-medicinal, herbal, and antidotal agents, and information on diagnostic tests and procedures.
Unfortunately, our antidotal experience sees more of the people who are giving it lip service rather than those who are successfully collaborating.
Their premise is that hiding the horrors, and the concomitant subversion of our antidotal aversion, perpetuates the war and its cause.
While academic scholars use a variety of research methods to substantiate or elucidate their ideas, street scholars, are as likely to ground their ideas in the personal, antidotal, and subjective modes.
In conclusion, beginning in the 1970's we had mounting evidence of the physical benefits of physical activity and initially had antidotal evidence for the emotional benefits.
The fear here is that CBT for children and adolescents has become an antidotal and case study reporting methodology.
Although companies have pressed forward with quality initiatives, and antidotal evidence suggests benefits, there is little documentation of the value of such programs.
Notably the described plan concerning Japan was entirely antidotal to the American Baltic policy, that also had been initiated by the Treasury Department.
Antidotal evidence suggests that there are unstudied [Ca.