emetogenicity

e·me·to·ge·nic·i·ty

(em'ĕ-tō-jĕ-nis'i-tē),
The property of being emetogenic.

emetogenicity

(em″ĕ-tō-jĕ-nis′ĭt-ē) [Gr. emetos, vomiting + -genic]
The likelihood that a drug or toxin will stimulate a person to vomit.

e·me·to·ge·nic·i·ty

(em'ĕ-tō-jĕ-nis'i-tē)
The property of being emetogenic.
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The emetogenicity of chemotherapy drugs is well established and guidelines use this knowledge to determine optimal anti-emetic regimes both for individual drugs and in combination during complex treatment schedules.
Overall, irrespective of the emetogenicity of the regimens, palonosetron is found to be the best acting drug followed by granisetron, although the difference in the efficacies of the drugs was not huge.
In our study when considered irrespective of the emetogenicity of the regimens, palonosetron is found to be the best acting drug followed by granisetron more so from Day 2 onwards, i.
Oncologists state that the extent of emetogenicity of a chemotherapy regimen and the nausea and vomiting in the delayed setting are commonly underestimated factors.