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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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New Data Demonstrate Treatment Effects on PBA with Dextromethorphan/Quinidine Regardless of Concomitant Antidepressant Use in Dementia/Alzheimer's Disease Cohort of PRISM II Study
Supply and installation of a complex PET / CT with concomitant dosing equipment, injection and radiation protection.
Ideally, large randomized trials comparing NSAIDs with and without a concomitant medication would inform our assessment of risk.
Said another way, it is not necessary to perform concomitant anterior prolapse surgery for asymptomatic stage 2 anterior prolapse when performing a mid-urethral sling for stress incontinence," she said at the meeting, jointly sponsored by the American College of Surgeons.
Then the effect of age on the rate of multiple concomitant metastatic sites was tested in the entire population, and according to the 5 most common metastatic sites and to brain metastases.
Similar observations have been reported in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease, where early use of infliximab monotherapy has given way to a standard of care that includes concomitant immunosuppressives.
Though the concomitant societal effects of Plan B's availability shouldn't be a concern of the FDA it should be a concern to society at large, including Humanists.
Generalizability across populations (demographic groups, concomitant medications, intercurrent diseases, geographic regions, and even cultural groups)
Changes in the environment have necessitated changes in the practice of both professions as they come to terms with concomitant issues such as privacy, security, intellectual capital, and digital preservation.
This second clinical study will be looking to demonstrate the efficacy of concomitant administration of Libracol(R) and Lipitor(R) ((x)), the top selling statin drug in Canada.
In particular, Cherokee women's choice of non-Cherokee marital partners, most frequently whites, and the concomitant introduction of outsiders into the Nation forced the Cherokee legislative branch to reformulate Cherokee women's relationship to the production of new citizens in the Nation.
16-17) Concomitant use of a proton pump inhibitor or sucralfate may also provide partial relief of symptoms.