drug challenge

The administration of a drug suspected of causing an adverse drug reaction to assess culpability. Drug challenges are used to detect aspirin sensitivity, and identify adverse reactions to contrast media, and local anaesthetics

drug challenge

The administration of a drug suspected of causing an adverse drug reaction, to assess culpability; DCs are used to detect aspirin sensitivity, and identify adverse reactions to contrast media and local anesthetics
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The Obama Administration's drug policy treats the national drug challenge as both a public health and public safety issue.
In a statement, Michael Botticelli, director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, said the administration's emphasis on "the national drug challenge as both a public health and public safety issue" is based on viewing drug addiction as "a chronic disease of the brain that can be successfully prevented and treated, and from which one can recover.
The idea of drug challenge is to identify the drug responsible for the reaction.
The drug challenge is enormous, and the underlying threat is real.
But if we were to name the most serious drug challenge of the past 10 years, especially in Oregon, it would have to be methamphetamine.
At each drug challenge session, participants reported on subjective effects of the drug, including euphoria, anxiety, and "feel drug," Dr.
Investigators may study responsivity to acute drug challenge, including the examination of how physiological, motivational, or subjective responses to drugs of abuse are influenced by cognitive and emotional variables (e.
Juli Inkster won the tournament Longs Drug Challenge in 1999 and 2000.
Canada Medicine Mart, a leading cross-border pharmacy, today announced the launch of its new 30-day Retail Prescription Drug Challenge.
Notes: Sorenstam, the money leader with $696,079, also won the Tournament of Champions, Hawaiian Open and Longs Drug Challenge, and took the unofficial LPGA Skins Game two weeks ago with $220,000.
LPGA TOUR: Juli Inkster continued the Titleist momentum on the 2000 LPGA Tour, defending her Longs Drug Challenge title with a five-stroke victory.
It articulates the need for change over the next decade to tackle mental health, alcohol and other drug challenges to create a more connected, efficient and high quality system.