dosage regimen

dosage regimen

The schedule of doses of a therapeutic agent per unit of time, including: the time between doses (e.g., every 6 hours) or the time when the dose(s) are to be given (e.g., at 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily), and the amount of a medicine (e.g., number of capsules) to be given at each specific time.
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A more accurate conclusion based on the data presented would be, "Point-of-use chlorination promotion with an unregulated product and inappropriate dosage regimen without accompanying education is not effective at ensuring improvements in microbiological quality of household drinking water.
Results from the COMPLy (Compliance, Modalities by Population, Lifestyle and Geography) survey show that noncompliance is a global phenomenon that varies widely among countries, and is associated with patient age, dosage regimen, and patient attitudes toward their physicians.
Not all causes of miscarriage would be amenable to this treatment and the dosage regimen isn't standardised.
New approaches to clinical trial design and execution should focus on patient selection, dosage regimen and trial modeling.
1988) compared a flexible, low dosage regimen to standard dosage.
Jerome Zeldis, MD, PhD, vice president for medical affairs at Celgene and co-author of the patent, noted that simplifying the dosage regimen for attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder patients could be expected to afford substantial benefits for attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder patients and their healthcare providers, particularly at school.
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Glumetza(TM) offers a significant advantage to both physicians and patients by simplifying the dosage regimen of twice-a-day or three-times-a-day metformin to once a day.
A new dosage regimen for topical application of ciprofloxacin in the management of chronic suppurative otitis media.