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side effect

[′sīd i‚fekt]
(computer science)
A consistent result of a procedure that is in addition to or peripheral to the basic result.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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They were asked about their use of drugs -- including opioids, alcohol, marijuana and other common illegal drugs -- over the past year, whether they had experienced adverse effects after using the drugs, and if they sought medical care.
Severity was evaluated by a 'severity index for pemphigus' namely, mild, moderate and severe.7 We reviewed the data recorded regarding the age, sex, age of onset of disease, clinical details about the disease, previous treatment details, phases of therapy, remission, relapse, cure, default and reasons for default, death and causes of death and adverse effects of therapy.
The present study showed that positive emotions, social support seeking, taking other medicines to treat ART adverse effect, information seeking, nonadherence, and holy water were used by 91.1%, 76.6%, 76.6%, 48.7%, 35.5%, and 45.9% of study participants, respectively, as coping strategies for adverse effects of ART (Table 6).
"Clearly, a more thorough understanding of the mechanisms of immune-related adverse effects is needed, which may lead to the identification of biomarkers to predict the occurrence of toxicity in patients or predict those who have immune-related adverse effects that are unlikely to respond to corticosteroids," they concluded.
The document also commented on the pound depreciation against the US dollar, saying that "there was a significant depreciation of the Egyptian pound against the US dollar, the euro, and other major currencies; and if this continuesCi to occur, it would have a material adverse effect on Egypt's ability to service its debt denominated in currencies other than the Egyptian pound, including amounts due under the notes."
Only 5 (1,3%) respondents did not present dermatological adverse effects of TC.
Adverse effects, quality of life measures, drug cost, and individual risk of disease recurrence must be considered when counseling patients on continuing hormonal adjuvant therapy
Two published adverse effects filters were identified through a literature search: Golder et al.
The trials should incorporate good data collection on clinical improvement, adverse effects, default rates, reactions and neuritis and patient satisfaction.
"Acupuncture remains associated with serious adverse effects.
Although there are long-standing concerns about adverse effects of gas appliances on respiratory health, the potential adverse effect of low-nitrogen oxide ([NO.sub.x]) unflued gas heaters on children's health has not been studied.

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