Nonpharmacological

Nonpharmacological

Referring to therapy that does not involve drugs.
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The Wirral clinical commissioning group, which funds NHS services in the borough, said: "The CCG is looking at a range of initiatives to support increased nonpharmacological therapies." The CCG said comparison between different parts of the country did not always paint an accurate picture.
Pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments that target gene expression afford a novel opportunity to treat brain disorders that were once regarded as intractable.
"These injections may not be as effective as perceived, and decisions should be based on an informed discussion of risks, benefits, and potential options, including surgery, medications and nonpharmacological options like exercise therapy," Dr.
For nonpharmacological measures, more than half of the nurses (67%) were scored as unfavorable before the intervention, and 56.6% were scored as unfavorable after the intervention.
Articles were restricted to those published within the time period from January 2008 to May 2014 this review aimed to highlight the novel nonpharmacological, pharmacological, and surgical treatments within this period specifically.
TRIPLL unites social and psychological scientists at Cornell's Ithaca campus and Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research, researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College, and community-based health care practitioners to study innovative, nonpharmacological methods to ease persistent pain.
Diabetes therapy was categorized as insulin therapy (insulin therapy alone or in combination with other antidiabetic medications), other antidiabetic medication alone (oral antidiabetic drugs (OAD) or glucagon-like peptide-1 agonist (GLP-1)), or nonpharmacological therapy (lifestyle only).
Those aspects of technical care were offering fluids to drink (8%), permitting eating (12%), and providing nonpharmacological methods of pain relief (32%).
Hopefully, an adjustment of your medication regimen and implementation of nonpharmacological therapies can help give you smoother, better-controlled BP.
Nonpharmacological methods for reducing blood pressure such as individualization of the dialysate sodium prescription and reduction in target weight will be highlighted.
Up to now, various pharmacological and nonpharmacological methods have been used for sedating delivery pain.
Effectiveness of nonpharmacological interventions for the management of neuropsychiattic symptoms in patients with dementia: a systematic review.