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an·ti·dot·al

(an-tĕ-dō'tăl),
Relating to or acting as an antidote.

an·ti·dot·al

(an'ti-dō'tăl)
Relating to or acting as an antidote.

an·ti·dot·al

(an'ti-dō'tăl)
Relating to or acting as an antidote.
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Utilization of extracorporeal elimination methods are suggested in patients who have no clinical improvement in respiratory failure (intermediate syndrome) and cholinergic manifestations despite antidotal and supportive treatment.20 There are studies in the literature concluding that elevation in plasma cholinesterase levels and improvement in respiratory functions are achieved by TPE.20,21 Our study's results support the effectiveness of TPE in the patients under prolonged MV support.
However, feminism well understood is antidotal to a humanity skewed at its roots.
They act as antidiarrheal and have been employed as antidotal treatment of poisoning by heavy metals, alkaloids, and glycosides.
In response to the mounting evidence and constant flow of scientific and antidotal reports, Steep Hill Halent Labs are systematically testing and publishing current information with Elemental Wellness.
Sodium and potassium ethylxanthate have antidotal effects in acute mercurial poisoning [17] and recently as coadjuvant in AIDS treatment [18].
International guidelines drawn up by the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology and the European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxicologists were used to assess the gastric decontamination procedures followed, as well as the appropriate administration of antidotal therapy in paracetamol poisoning.
Fortunately, we have the antidotal chemistry to parry theirs.
Lost of Dendritic Connectivity in CA1,CA2,CA3 Neutron in Hippocompas in Rat under Aluminium Toxicity, Antidotal Effect of Pyridoxine.
Ruta species are sources of diverse classes of natural products such as flavonoids, alkaloids, essential oils, coumarins, phenols, saponins lignans, and triterpenes, with biological activities including antifungal, antioxidant, phytotoxic, abortive, depressant, antidotal and anti-inflammatory [15,10,12,20,21].
Portable bladder ultrasound was chosen as a reliable measure of bladder volume based on evidence, organizational clinical experts' opinion, the organization's experience with the use of portable bladder ultrasound scanners, and antidotal patient satisfaction with a noninvasive instrument.