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contraindicated

Referring to a disadvantageous, potentially dangerous manoeuvre or therapy that should not be used due to risks involved—e.g., a teratogenic drug may be contraindicated in pregnancy.
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Severe hypotension and syncope can occur when Addyi is used with moderate or strong CYP3A4 inhibitors or in patients with hepatic impairment; therefore, Addyi use in these settings is contraindicated.
Placing a LNG-IUS is contraindicated in all cases of active cancer, but if the patient has no evidence of disease for more than 5 years, the CDC lists the LNG-IUS as category 3.
CMC-001 is an oral manganese-based contrast agent which enables safe liver enhancement in MRI, in patients for whom gadolinium based contrast agents are contraindicated or cannot be administered.
The vaccine also is contraindicated in persons receiving radiation therapy, chemotherapy, high-dose systemic corticosteroids, and immunomodulatory drugs.
Dose reduction might be clinically contraindicated if it would impair a resident's function or cause or exacerbate a medical or psychiatric instability or disorder.
Four of the 20 entries advised ineffective treatments that could cause harm and three others recommended a contraindicated treatment, the researchers reported.
We contraindicated Optimark in patients with severe renal impairment nearly a year ago.
Because methotrexate is contraindicated in pregnancy, there will be few opportunities for use in a pregnant woman.
In addition, prophylactic use is now contraindicated in people with a recent history of depression, generalized anxiety disorder, a history of convulsions, psychosis, or schizophrenia or other major psychiatric disorders.
The list of drugs that are contraindicated with the atypical antipsychotic drug ziprasidone because they prolong the QT interval of electrocardiograms has been expanded in the drug's labeling.
Proper pretreatment vestibular testing would very likely have detected the complete vestibular loss in the ear that was not to be treated and would have shown that destruction of the remaining functioning vestibular end-organ in that ear was contraindicated.