daily dose

dai·ly dose

the total amount of a therapeutic substance that is to be taken within 24 hours.

dai·ly dose

(dālē dōs)
Total amount of a therapeutic substance to be taken within 24 hours.
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They found a total of five cancerous vaginal tumors in a group of 60 mice given the highest daily dose -- much higher in biological equivalence than AIDS patients get -- and two cancerous vaginal tumors among 60 rats given the highest dose.
Among patients who are already taking metformin and plan to begin a regimen of Synjardy XR, their best choice is to switch to the formulation containing a similar daily dose of metformin and a total daily dose of 10 mg empagliflozin.
Ongoing trials examining the effects of taking the same large amounts of vitamin D spread across daily doses should help clarify matters, but in the meantime, stick to the recommended daily dose.
ISO has been the mainstay of acne treatment for more than three decades, and the cumulative experience suggests that daily dose, duration of therapy and cumulative dose are the three factors important in ISO treatment for acne; but due to inconsistent study designs, classification of acne, follow-up periods and definitions of relapse in different studies, the opinion about the optimum dose of ISO and duration of treatment remains divided.