daily dose

dai·ly dose

the total amount of a therapeutic substance that is to be taken within 24 hours.

dai·ly dose

(dālē dōs)
Total amount of a therapeutic substance to be taken within 24 hours.
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FRIDAY, July 26, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- New warnings about an increased risk of thrombosis and of death among ulcerative colitis patients taking the 10 mg twice daily dose of the drug tofacitinib (Xeljanz, Xeljanz XR) have been issued by the U.S.
AzurRx BioPharma announced that it has initiated a Phase 2 clinical trial to investigate MS1819-SD in combination with standard porcine enzyme replacement therapy for patients with cystic fibrosis that suffer from severe exocrine pancreatic insufficiency, but continue to experience clinical symptoms of fat malabsorption despite taking the maximum daily dose of PERTs.
WHO uses a measurement called a defined daily dose (DDD) - the average dose a patient needs every day - to compare drug consumption rates between countries.
In the commercially insured group, there was little fluctuation in patient opioid prevalence by quarter, with an average daily dose of 17 mg morphine equivalents (MME) during 2011-2016; 6% of patients used opioids quarterly at the beginning and end of the study.
Summary: California [United States], June 23 (ANI): If you don't have seamless internet connectivity, Google Chrome will ensure you still get your daily dose of news.
A daily dose taken along with a common anti-acid drug cuts the odds of getting oesophagus cancer by a fifth.
Pregabalin is approved to be started at 150 mg daily and titrated up to a maintenance daily dose range.
TELEVISION chef Delia Smith has waded into the EU referendum debate, saying the "daily dose of scare tactics simply beggars belief ".
Ongoing trials examining the effects of taking the same large amounts of vitamin D spread across daily doses should help clarify matters, but in the meantime, stick to the recommended daily dose.
In daily dose group, the mean percentage decrease in GAGS was 73.9514.04 whereas in alternate day group, the mean percentage decrease in GAGS was 66.5714.97 (P>0.05).