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reg·i·men

(rej'i-mĕn), The cognate word regime is widely, and correctly, used as a synonym of regimen.
A program, including pharmacotherapy, which regulates aspects of one's lifestyle for a hygienic or therapeutic purpose; a program of treatment; sometimes mistakenly called regime.
[L. direction, rule]

regimen

/reg·i·men/ (rej´ĭ-men) a strictly regulated scheme of diet, exercise, or other activity designed to achieve certain ends.

regimen

(rĕj′ə-mən, -mĕn′)
n.
A regulated system, as of medication, diet, or exercise, used to promote health or treat illness or injury.

regimen

[rej′imən]
Etymology: L, guidance
a strictly regulated therapeutic program such as a diet or exercise schedule.

regimen

Medtalk A treatment plan that specifies dosage, schedule, duration of treatment. See CHAP, CHOP, CMF regimen, Daily regimen, Intermittent regimen, MAC regimen, Ornish regimen, STAMP I regimen, Treatment plan.

reg·i·men

(rej'i-mĕn)
Any program (including drugs) that regulates aspects of one's lifestyle for a hygienic or therapeutic purpose; a program of treatment.
[L. direction, rule]

regimen

Any system or course of treatment, especially one involving special diet or exercise.

reg·i·men

(rej'i-mĕn)
A program, including pharmacotherapy, which regulates aspects of one's lifestyle for a hygienic or therapeutic purpose; a program of treatment.
[L. direction, rule]

regimen

a strictly regulated scheme of diet, exercise, or other activity designed to achieve certain ends.
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The response rate among patients not receiving 3TC or FTC in their background treatment regimen was 80% versus 25% on placebo.
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The guidelines are broken down into the following categories: when to start, choosing an initial regimen, and when to change regimens and what to change to.

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