sequential therapy

sequential therapy

(sĕ-kwen′shăl)
Any treatment regimen in which the patient is given one treatment followed by another, e.g., two distinct but mutually reinforcing combinations of drugs.
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An alternative is sequential therapy, which involves taking one or two drugs for a few days, followed by one or more different drugs.
There also are no recommendations regarding sequential therapy, which is increasingly viewed as an important therapeutic strategy.
Biopharma company NeuroRx reported on Wednesday the receipt of the US Food and Drug Administration's Fast Track status for its sequential therapy of NRX-100 (ketamine HCl) followed by NRX-101 (D-cycloserine + lurasidone) in bipolar depression.
Case report of hepatic mucormycosis after liver transplantation: successful treatment with liposomal amphotericin B followed by posaconazole sequential therapy.
Initial head-to-head studies showed that sequential therapy was superior to standard triple therapy.
However, hybrid therapy might be superior to sequential therapy in Asians.
If you go quickly in sequential therapy, it's like the equivalent to starting combination from the beginning.
Instead of conventional triple therapy, bismuth-containing quadruple therapy (QT), concomitant therapy (CT), and sequential therapy (ST) can be used.
Sequential therapy consists of a 5-day course of treatment in which a PPI and amoxicillin are taken twice a day, followed by another 5-day course of a PPI, clarithromycin, and metronidazole.
The oestrogen-progestin sequential therapy supports female secondary sexual characteristics.
Third-line sorafenib after sequential therapy with sunitinib and mtor inhibitors in metastatic renal cell carcinoma.

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