pulse therapy


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pulse ther·a·py

a short, intensive course of pharmacotherapy, usually given at intervals such as weekly or monthly; often used in chemotherapy of malignancy.

pulse ther·a·py

(pŭls thāră-pē )
Short, intensive course of pharmacotherapy, usually given at intervals such as weekly or monthly.
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Methylprednisolone pulse therapy for Stevens-Johnson syndrome/toxic epidermal necrolysis: clinical evaluation and analysis of biomarkers.
Itraconazole pulse therapy vs continuous terbinafine dosing for toenail onychomycosis.
To evaluate the duration of phase I of Dexamethasone-cyclophosphamide pulse therapy in patients of pemphigus.
The majority of both groups required an extension of the 6-month period; and no patient underwent pulse therapy for RR.
6%) cases who showed a complete clearance of lesions were started on pulse therapy, and the rest 64 (70.
The present case was considered severely active because of the ferritin and IL-18 levels and was thought to be refractory; therefore, we decided to prescribe tacrolimus in combination with GC, including two courses of mPSL pulse therapy and MTX.
Product item - Pulse Therapy Device, 2 mattresses - 2 units.
Bellows mirrored much of the advice my friend had given me, and was also was an advocate for antibiotic pulse therapy to combat periodontal disease.
Hence she was stopped with aspirin therapy, given pulse therapy with methyl prednisolone and continued with penicillin therapy.
Since low-dose methylprednisolone (60 mg daily for 3 days) improved her condition, she was given a further three-day course of pulse therapy (methylprednisolone 500 mg daily) and was discharged after two weeks with a tapering dose of oral maintenance prednisolone and hydroxychloroquine.