overdosage


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overdosage

 [o″ver-do´saj]
1. the administration of an excessive dose.
2. the condition resulting from an excessive dose.

overdosage

/over·do·sage/ (o″ver-do´sij)
1. the administration of an excessive dose.
2. the condition resulting from an excessive dose.

overdosage

(ō′vər-dō′sĭj)
n.
1. The administration of an overdose.
2. An overdose.

overdosage

1. the administration of an excessive dose.
2. the condition resulting from an excessive dose.
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Overdosage is most often caused by patients not realizing that acetaminophen is found in a wide range of products with different names and uses.
Acute overdosage is extremely dangerous and death can occur within a few hours.
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It provides the reader with the names, uses, and detailed descriptions of the herbs as well as actions, indications, contraindications, precautions, possible reactions, dosages, and overdosage.
Fatalities within the first hour of overdosage are not uncommon and can occur within 15 minutes.
For example, current label headings distinguish among contraindications, warnings, precautions, adverse reactions, drug abuse, and dependence and overdosage.
However, at the same time one should be aware of the consequences of the overdosage of vitamin A.
A confidential 1990 survey of veterinarians showed up to 84 per cent of them prescribe drugs to farm animals either in "off label" overdosage,or in ways not recommended by the manufacturers.
While this test may not pick up the drug in patients taking a prescribed dosage, it is a good indicator of gross overdosage.
Overdosage can also cause a loss of hearing, and undoubtedly encourages kidney stones.