redosing

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redosing

(rē″dōs′ing)
Administration of an additional dose of a medication.
redose
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If vomiting occurs within an hour of administration, redose with another full dose.
Six minutes is the typical dose interval used in practice; however, this interval allows a patient to redose before the peak effect has been reached.
She had a patient with a third-degree perineal laceration and requested that the anesthesiologist redose the labor epidural for the repair and also inject Duramorph at the same rime.
This heavy duty injection molding machine is offered with one-, two- and four-ounce injection units, along with a feeding motor to eliminate the breakage of strip fed rubber during the redose cycle.
In addition to the preoperative dose and an intraoperative redose when applicable, patients typically had at least six additional 1-g doses of cefazolin prescribed during the postoperative period.
Surgical site infections were prospectively identified by modified National Nosocomial Infection Surveillance methods and criteria (1) by an infection control practitioner who did not know whether the patient had received an intraoperative redose of antibiotic.
In contrast to fentanyl-based products, the highly consistent time to peak plasma concentration and plasma half-life of two to four hours produces a closer match of effective drug concentration with the breakthrough pain event and allows a high degree of safety if patients need to redose for a second breakthrough pain event.
This heavy duty injection molding machine is offered with one, two and four ounce injection units along with a feeding motor to eliminate the breakage of strip fed rubber during the redose cycle, according to the company.
Optimally, the patients should be able to redose once a month, just before their menstrual period because this is when most patients tend to flare--in the luteal phase," he said.
The Company believes the resulting products will provide long-term expression of therapeutic proteins at controllable levels with low manufacturing costs, the ability to redose, and normal storage characteristics.
This means that if a person takes too much or redoses too quickly then adverse toxic reactions, and death, have occurred.