coadministration

coadministration

(cō″ăd-mĭn-ĭ-strā′shŭn)
The giving of two or more therapeutic agents at the same time.
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Table: Effects of coadministration of amphotericin B and cyclosporine on renal functions of rabbit; Group A (Control) vs Group E (Amphotericin B + cyclosporine): Serum analysis:
The results indicated an overall improvement of permethrin-induced alterations on coadministration of onion juice.
Infrastructure as a service: - the proposed network infrastructure, - the proposed storage infrastructure, - the virtualization infrastructure, - backup and restoration services, - coadministration of the solution.
Despite all indications that transgender women are a critical population in HIV care, very little is known about how to optimize coadministration of ART and hormonal therapies in this population," says Jordan Lake, study leader at the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine.
Several clinical trials tested coadministration of metformin and empagliflozin.
Vaccine coadministration studies rarely generate a lot of buzz, but they provide the necessary evidence to support giving children all recommended vaccines at a given visit.
Coadministration of GE and CE together induced additive inhibitor effect for the CA125 level (0.
The coadministration of silibinin with MTX produces a significantly greater effect on these parameters compared to placebo except CRP and SDAI, where the post-treatment values were not significantly different (p > 0.
The studies on coadministration of alpha-blockers and phosphodiesterase inhibitors have been done in either healthy volunteers, or in patients without severe systemic disease.
Coadministration of bismuth compounds with antibiotics has been demonstrated to reduce antibiotic resistance or increase the eradication rates of antibiotic resistant strains [22].
The main safety issues raised by the FDA were the risks of hypotension and syncope--effects associated with the drug alone and exacerbated by alcohol and by coadministration with CYP3A4 inhibitors.
Coadministration of PCV13 with trivalent influenza vaccine results in a slight decrease in the immune response to each vaccine; (1) this is unlikely to be clinically important.