redosing

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redosing

(rē″dōs′ing)
Administration of an additional dose of a medication.
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Patients were instructed to maintain close follow-up with monthly laboratory checks with the aim to redose bevacizumab before the bleeding situation had deteriorated significantly.
In intravenous use, the need to redose in increasingly shorter periods of time has been described, reaching 15-20 injections per day.
This durable efficacy and the fact that you may not need to redose is relevant when you are thinking about pregnancy in patients with MS, just because this is a drug that is given in two different cycles and may not need to be readministered.
The original prescription-strength formula, now available over the counter, eliminates the need for allergy sufferers to carry eye drops with them to redose frequently throughout the day, as they would with other products.
Her first trial of 60 cases worked just fine, so she went ahead and did the ProElif addition to the rest of the 2006 run--only to have the expected secondary fermentation go nowhere, requiring her to open, redose and restart every bottle.
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.
Ibuprofen's longer duration means parents can dose their child in the morning without needing to redose during the day.
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, 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.