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medication

1. treatment with drugs or remedies
2. a drug or remedy

medication

[‚med·ə′kā·shən]
(medicine)
A medicinal substance.
Treatment by or administration of a medicine.
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Specialty pharmacists and nurses have advanced training in the use of complex medications and specialized knowledge of the relatively uncommon diseases they treat.
Another analysis of the same study recommends a cautious approach to changing a patient's medications.
Important medications may be inadvertently discontinued, or patients may receive dangerous duplicate doses of medications.
They determined cost data from Medicare reimbursement rates and average wholesale prices of medications.
Although most women are hesitant to take medications while pregnant, it is important to keep in mind that poorly controlled asthma can be harmful to your baby, while most asthma medications are not.
Some systems will keep an inventory of medications, flag the user if supplies are running low, and keep a record of camp-supplied medications that need to be billed to the family.
Yet today many recovering alcoholics make exceptions for doctor-prescribed medications.
But men who merely experiment with erectile dysfunction medications are often disappointed with the results, with the spontaneity-killing wait of 30 minutes or more for the medications to kick in, or with such side effects as flushing, headaches, and even blue-tinted vision.
Medicaid regulations there provide additional reimbursement to pharmacies that fill prescriptions for nursing homes in unit-dose packaging, which enables the pharmacies to take returns of unused medications.
There are thirty to forty medications that work by blocking inflammation, according to Dr.
I currently take Cozaar, (50 mg) and Plendi (5 mg) daily When began taking these medications I noticed that my training pace went down significantly--from an eight-minute pace to a nine-and-a-half-minute mile.