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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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In developing countries, majority present in locally advanced stage, where concomitant chemoradiation is the treatment of choice.
This retrospective analysis of 73 patients with type 2 diabetes evaluated the effect V-Go had on patients' A1c, TDD, concomitant non-insulin diabetes medications, and patient-reported hypoglycemia.
-- Concomitant surgeries for endometrial cancer and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) led to better SUI outcomes than did cancer surgery with nonsurgical SUI therapy, according to a study examining the effects of an SUI screen among endometrial cancer patients.
Patients with concomitant coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) were included, while those with concomitant aortic dissection surgery or complex congenital heart disease surgery were excluded.
20, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Concomitant exposure to pregabalin and opioids is associated with increased odds of opioid-related death, according to a research letter published online Aug.
In a statement, Morales described the filing of SALN as 'both a constitutional and statutory obligation of every public servant such that failure to do so warrants the imposition of a concomitant administrative penalty.'
Gers have been mocked for using the word "concomitant" in the statement and it has been used before by those at the Ibrox helm, just one year ago.
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.
The increased risk was present only for subjects who received a concomitant vaccine along with the MenACWY-CRM, such as Tdap, influenza, or human papillomavirus vaccine.
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.