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imbued with a medicinal substance.
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1. Impregnated with a medicinal substance.
2. Treated, as a patient.
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Of soaps, shampoos, lotions, confections, etc., containing a drug or other medication.
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1. Impregnated with a medicinal substance.
2. Treated, as a patient.
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Q. is it ok to use drugs for medical reasons? and who is to decide when is necessary to use drugs when needed?

A. Today the most used "medical" drugs are narcotics- for pain relief, for patients who suffer extreme pain. All sorts of Codaine and Morphine types are used and on a very wide basis, and they are specially perscribed for ones who need them.

Q. How about Psychiatric Drugs for bipolar? One of my friend is suffering from bipolar. Will Psychiatric medications help him to come out of this affect?

A. from what i read- there are certain medication that can help. if the first one doesn't - there is a second and third line of medication. from a personal experience (not mine, a friend of the family) it can even save your friend's life..

Q. What medications are forbidden to take with alcohol? And why is that?

A. I think this web page will give you something to think about:
apparently there are more drugs you shouldn’t mix with alcohol then I could think of…

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Doxycycline monohydrate oral suspension Dr Gerry M Dorrestein, Vibramycin SF IV, 20 mg-mL, 5- Wilhelminalaan 19A, 5512BJ mL ampule (a) Vessem, The Netherlands Medicated Feed Avi-Sci Inc.
A type A article is a product that consists of one or more animal drugs of consistent strength, intended exclusively for use in the production of another type A article or either a type B or a type C medicated feed. Type A medicated articles must be registered with the FDA annually (FDA-2656/e).
Medicated feeds are designed to help chicks remain healthy in crowded, confined, or otherwise stressful conditions.
In this background, the present study aims to establish the effect of algal-based medicated feed on the survival of experimentally infected shrimps.
Nevedi claims that during transport of medicated feed, leftovers of antibiotics may end up in feed destined for healthy animals -- helping antibiotic resistance to grow.
To assess the ability of efficacy of oxytetracycline (OTC) delivered via medicated feed to treat RLP infections, changes in RLP burdens and associated histopathology in infected white abalones were assayed after OTC treatment according to Friedman et al.
Grain or ground corn cobs can be moved through the system to flush out any medicated feed. This feed is then stored in a separate bin for use in the next medicated formula or for later disposal.
Up to this point, some producers use medicated feed to stop the disease from spreading, but it's not very effective.
The 35-year-old of Coventry Road, Small Heath, Birmingham, pleaded guilty to six charges of failing to follow the withdrawal period required to allow medicated feed stuffs to pass out of the chickens prior to supplying them to be slaughtered for human consumption.
quarantine, psittacine birds receive a balanced, medicated feed ration containing 21% chlortetracycline (CTC) with [is less than]0.7% calcium for the entire quarantine period as a precautionary measure against avian chlamydiosis.
If you decide to use medicated chick feed, you must start with medicated feed and feed medicated feed exclusively until the recommended change in feed for your type of bird.