redosing

redosing

(rē″dōs′ing)
Administration of an additional dose of a medication.
redose
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van Ryn et al., "Restarting dabigatran etixalate 24h after reversal with idarucizumab and redosing idarucizumab in healthy volunteers," Journal of the American College of Cardiology, vol.
After the drug injection, rats were housed 1 per cage for 7 days to prevent redosing by coprophagy.
This cycle repeated during the redosing of antihypertensive agents but adequate control of blood pressure could not be obtained.
High doses can result in hallucinatory experiences that users refer to as the "M-hole." In their study of MXE user experiences, Kjellgren and Jonsson [20] identified ten themes, including spiritual and transcendent experiences, redosing, and addiction.
Adaptive radiation therapy (ART) individualizes radiation treatment by replanning and redosing radiation daily, allowing for complicated patients who require varying treatment set-ups [113, 114].
Additionally, follow-up to address sustainability and redosing of education would enhance staff nurse confidence and promote optimal patient outcomes.
'Also included was antibiotic redosing at 3 hours and intraoperative maintenance of temperature above 36[degrees] C." The postoperative phase includes maintenance of a surgical dressing for 24-48 hours.
293, 298-301 (2013) (noting that emergency providers with the highest patient volumes have the most negative attitudes toward patients with sickle cell and are the least likely to follow practice guidelines of redosing patients with opioids).
We do not recommend redosing the 4-factor PCC, nor do we recommend providing rFVIIa or FEIBA within 24 hours of a dose of the 4-factor PCC owing to our concern for possible thromboembolic complications.
It warned users were continually redosing the drug intravenously.
Intraoperative redosing of cefazolin and risk for surgical site infection in cardiac surgery.