contraindicated


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contraindicated

Referring to a disadvantageous, potentially dangerous manoeuvre or therapy that should not be used due to risks involved—e.g., a teratogenic drug may be contraindicated in pregnancy.
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The remaining drugs are contraindicated (most of the antineoplastics and tofacitinib if combined with methotrexate) or may cause toxicity in a nursing infant.
The primary data was collected through two prescriptions; each one contained a drug which is contraindicated with (G6PD) deficiency patients to record the response of the pharmacists.
The risks of these adverse events can be minimized if people with the contraindicated disorders don't take the drug for prophylaxis, and it should also be used "with caution" in patients with a "previous history of depression.
beta]-blockers should be used in patients with prior myocardial infarction and/or reduced LV ejection fraction, unless contraindicated.