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dosage

[′dō·sij]
(genetics)
The number of copies of a particular gene.
(medicine)
The prescribed or correct amount of medicine or other therapeutic agent administered to treat a given illness. Also known as dose.
(nucleonics)
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This model, called dosage probation, is a new initiative from the National Institute of Corrections (NIC).
Hydrogen ion concentration was varied from 1.5 to 2.5 mol*L-1 while keeping temperature 43 AdegC, stirring rates 500 rpm, Radix Paeoniae Alba powders 1000 mg, MnSO4 dosage 0.084 g, acetone dosage 1mL, KBrO3 dosage 0.835 g and the total volume 100 mL.
LK: Our formulation development and clinical manufacturing capabilities can support a variety of oral solid and liquid dosage forms suitable for pediatric applications, such as granules produced using fluid bed technology and mini-tablets that can be packaged into stick packs, powder in bottles for reconstitution, and our liquid products, which are typically oral solutions and suspensions that can also be time release-based.
A drug cannot show its quick pharmacologic action until its serum concentration has to reach optimum level within a short period of time.15 Apart from these, ODTs also offer easily measured dosing16, consequently accurateness of dosage can be obtained.17 The system gives swift commencement of action, and increase in bioavailability.
[H.sub.0]: There will be no statistically significant relationship between implementation of the dosage calculation module and student test scores in dosage calculation.
Orexo is now preparing to begin distribution and commence the launch of the 8.6 mg dosage, after having received final clearance of the REMS material.
The 100-mg dosage showed more consistent efficacy than the higher dosage.
The trial found higher dosages of vaccine were associated with protection against malaria.
There is also a gap between dosage elements in a non-nested position sufficient to allow the article to be formed into a nested position without hindrance between the dosage elements.
For more severe illnesses, such as acute influenza, immediately increasing the dosage of cortisol to 20 mg four times daily until they feel completely well, which usually occurs within three or four days, then decreasing to 15 mg four times daily for one day, then to 10 mg four times daily for one day, then to the basic dosage (section assumes adrenal fatigue) of 5, 7.5, or 10 mg four times daily there after, is usually adequate.
The prescription limited the patient to 2 tablets every 4 hours for a maximum dosage of 12 tablets (120 mg) per day.