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concomitant

[kən′käm·ə·tənt]
(analytical chemistry)
Any species in a material undergoing chemical analysis other than the analyte or the solvent in which the sample is dissolved.
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By cloaking the "domination" of nature and the concomitant destruction of traditional values in the neutral language of science and technology, "which has to be recognized by a Chinese as correct" (Weber 1988b: 155), the positivist can disguise his technological vision of the world as a universal one.
Contract award notice: Hematological test reagents (reagents for determining blood tests, Giving concomitant equipment needed to perform them) - phase b.
In his speech addressing the shareholders at the 2016 AGM, chairman Dave King said: "We should be trusted to run the operating deficit at the club without a concomitant event risk.
India's top drug regulator said: "Many of these combination products, recommended in WHO guidelines for concomitant use, may not have been approved internationally in combination but may have been approved individually.
There will be no concomitant increase fares,' Quiambao said responding to Senator Grace Poe's query.
This can be accompanied by a concomitant shading of the mastoid air cells, which could manifest as a reduced opacity on computed tomography (CT) in the absence of a history of chronic mastoiditis or acute inflammatory signs.
However, the risk of upper gastrointestinal bleeding increases markedly with several factors, including the use of concomitant medications.
The results showed that among the 189 women who had asymptomatic prolapse and did not have concomitant repair at the time of continence surgery, just 2% experienced progression to stage 3 prolapse after 6 years of follow-up.
12,13] metastases represent an unfavourable subset of individuals, we also assessed the rates of brain and bone metastases according to the distribution of other concomitant metastatic sites.
Due to simultaneous transmission during rainy season, it is expected that concomitant infections may occur (4) and management of concomitant infections is complicated by their similar clinical presentations.
From the first approval of biologic therapy for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) nearly 15 years ago, the question of concomitant methotrexate (MTX) use has been an important issue for clinicians.
The known risk factors include advanced age, concomitant nephrotoxic medicinal products, concomitant diuretic therapy or dehydration occurring after administration of zoledronic acid.