redosing

redosing

(rē″dōs′ing)
Administration of an additional dose of a medication.
redose
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Moreover, IV dosing results in high peak plasma levels, thereby limiting the opioid dose and requiring frequent redosing intervals to titrate to satisfactory analgesia.
It warned users were continually redosing the drug intravenously.
Timing and frequency of physostigmine redosing for antimuscarinic toxicity.
inappropriately redosing antibiotics at minute 61 without apparent clinical indication purely for the sake of SCIP-1 compliance).
Rats given the therapy carried on producing a protein nourishing dopamine for long periods, avoiding the need for redosing.
Although slight recovery was noted until redosing at week 48, another nadir occurred at week 55 (Giovannoni et al.
Failed spinal anesthesia can have significant clinical consequences, possibly necessitating redosing, conversion to general anesthesia, or pain during surgery.
Levy's magnetically guided system broadens the possibilities for stents, since magnetic targeting permits using higher doses, redosing if problems recur and using more than one type of agent to treat a blood vessel with a stent.
a Vancouver-based company focused on redosing or reformulating drugs with clinical history for new or expanded indications, announced a series of positive experiments involving the systemic bioavalibility of amphotericin B following oral administration, iCo-009 is iCo's oral formulation of Amphotericin B, a broad spectrum antifunga] drug, which currently can only be delivered by intravenous infusion.
For each case, anaesthetists were asked to fill out a brief questionnaire on the choice, timing and redosing of antibiotics.
Richards, droperidol required less redosing than did lorazepam.
Pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic effects in gingival cervical fluid from redosing during the brushing cycle using an integrated power toothbrush/toothpaste dispensing system.