maximal dose

max·i·mal dose

the largest amount of a drug or physical procedure that an adult can take with safety.

max·i·mal dose

(mak'si-măl dōs)
The largest amount of a drug or physical procedure that an adult can take with safety.

max·i·mal dose

(mak'si-măl dōs)
Largest amount of a drug or physical procedure an adult can take safely.
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The patient was discharged on a maximal dose of calcium channel blockers and nitrate.
In Phase 1, patients 10, 11, and 12 each received 10 lumbar and five cervical injections, of 100,000 cells each, which was far below the safe maximal dose.
There were no safety issues and the cell infusions were well tolerated (with a maximal dose of 246 million cells).
This is equivalent to the lower maximal dose proposed by EMA for adolescents (i.
2]-agonists at doses up to and including the maximal dose as stipulated on the WADA 2014 Prohibited List (WADA, 2014) on endurance exercise.
2) Doses in this study exceed the currently FDA-approved maximal dose of 75 mg daily.
The maximal dose of a drug and steady state are different in nonpregnant and pregnant patients, of course, because drug clearance is higher during pregnancy.
Martin et al reported a 55% 28 day survival in 57 patients receiving a mean (standard deviation) maximal dose of 2.
There should also be a maximal dose that corresponds to the largest tolerated dose.
All the women in the study were asthmatics who required the maximal dose of albuterol in order to control their asthma.
Subjects in the Phase Ia multiple ascending dose (MAD) segment of the study received 5 days of ACH-1625 up to a maximal dose of 2000 mg per day.
6) In very small randomized trial of 20 patients with type 2 diabetes, adding 16 mg of candesartan to the maximal dose of an ACE inhibitor decreased albuminuria an additional 28%.

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