cumulative dose


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cumulative dose

[′kyü·myə·ləd·iv ′dōs]
(nucleonics)
The total dose resulting from repeated exposures to radiation.
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Combining these cumulative doses, the dose-response model, the atmospheric dispersion model, and the population density of reoccupants allows us to compute the total number of inhalation anthrax cases.
Finally, serum BGP was inversely correlated with the cumulative dose of steroids (r = -0.56; P <0.05).
But not so far west as to allow these mountains to escape the cumulative doses of nighttime ozone.
Traditional recommendations for cumulative doses may not apply In acne fulminans.
In another study, the cumulative dose of nalbuphine was compared with morphine and found to be 32 +- 10 mg for nalbuphine and 30 +- 9 mg for morphine8.
The patients were divided into two groups according to the cumulative dose of [I.sup.131]: first, lower dose ([less than or equal to] 3.85 GBq) and second, higher dose (>3.85 GBq).
Additionally, the US FDA has approved an increase to the maximum BOTOX cumulative dose within three months from 360 to 400 units in adults treated for one or more indications, concluded the company.
Scott is mistaken in his assessment of our analyses for cumulative dose. The Cox proportional hazards model and the conditional logistic regression model in our nested sample relate cumulative doses with hazards, not with cumulative incidence.
The cumulative dose of consumed HCQ and the dose per kilogram of actual body weight and of lean body mass (1) were calculated.

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