pharmacoresistant

(redirected from pharmacoresistance)

pharmacoresistant

(for″mă-kō-ri-zis′tănt) [pharmaco- + resistant]
Not easily treated with drugs; drug resistant. The term is used to describe refractory infections or tumors.
pharmacoresistance (-zis′tăns)
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
En cinq jours, celui-ci a redige un affidavit detaille faisant valoir que l'utilisation de la nevirapine devait etre encouragee, et que son efficacite devait avoir preseance sur toute consideration de pharmacoresistance.
Indeed, epilepsy is one of the most common serious neurological disorders, affecting around 60 million people worldwide (Shetty and Upadhya, 2016); moreover, despite the large arsenal of antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) currently available, approximately 30-40% of patients develop pharmacoresistance (Kwan et al.
De plus, il faut rapidement identifier d'autres schemas therapeutiques efficaces pour les gonococcies, s'efforcer de maniere concertee de prescrire les antibiotiques a bon escient et veiller au respect du traitement, renforcer les programmes de prevention primaire des IST, notamment en soulignant l'importance d'une protection pendant les rapports bucco-genitaux (fellation), ameliorer le depistage, mettre au point des tests fiables et abordables, et mieux surveiller la pharmacoresistance.
The reduction in at-home freezing severity noted in the FOGQ, although small in magnitude, is particularly relevant because of the pharmacoresistance of freezing and its association with an increased rate of falls [18].
Trafficking of GABAA Receptors, loss of inhibition, and a mechanism for pharmacoresistance in status epilepticus.
11] Prolonged seizures have been associated with pharmacoresistance leading to an increased mortality rate.
Indications for pharmacotherapy and criteria for defining pharmacoresistance and treatment failure.
equinum, other conventional antimycotic drugs have a narrow spectrum of effect and can cause severe side effects, furthermore these treatments can induce pharmacoresistance and their administration must be avoided in large animals in zootechnical production.