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Alcaligenes

[‚al·kə′lij·ə‚nēz]
(microbiology)
A genus of gram-negative, aerobic rods and cocci of uncertain affiliation; cells are motile, and species are commonly found in the intestinal tract of vertebrates.
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The primary independent variable of interest was exposure to a cost-sharing increase for albuterol after the policy change.
There, children were treated with continuous albuterol in the PICU only.
In assessments of functional status, improvement was observed in the glatiramer acetate plus albuterol group compared with the placebo group at six months and 12 months but not at 24 months.
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Rescue use of beclomethasone and albuterol in a single inhaler for mild asthma.
2]--agonist, such as albuterol, then maintaining an adequate supply to manage acute symptoms remains common acceptable practice.
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The CHRB issued a complaint against trainer Bill Spawr after one of his horses tested positive for albuterol following a March 8 victory at Santa Anita.
agreed on August 22 to pay up to $150 million to settle lawsuits against the firm for sicknesses and deaths allegedly caused by contaminated albuterol, a drug used by people who suffer from asthma and other respiratory disorders.
To determine if albuterol causes any changes, the maternal and fetal heart rates, the maternal blood pressure, and placental and fetal blood flow were monitored before and after an albuterol treatment.