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"Adverse Effects" is a book by Kathleen McDonnell.
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Relicts of a Beautiful Sea (2014)
Survival, Extinction, and Conservation in a Desert World by Christopher Norment
All the Spring Valley monitoring plan says about adverse effects is that one occurs “if an indicator or suite of indicators falls outside the acceptable range of variation,” and that the “acceptable range of variation” for each environmental indicator ...
According to recent research published in the journal Current Pharmaceutical Design, “The development of efficacious antiretroviral drugs that minimize adverse effects is a current challenge in HIV-1 therapy. Metabolic alterations reminiscent ...
by Wilhelm Kirch
Synonyms Adverse events; Adverse outcome; Complication; Side effects Definition Adverse effects are harmful and undesired effects resulting from either medication or interventions like chemotherapy or surgery. Adverse effects that result ...
K-N by S D Gangolli
Supply classification irritant, dangerous for the environment Risk phrases Flammable – Irritating to eyes and respiratory system-Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause longterm adverse effects in the aquatic environment (R10, R36/37, R51/53) ...
by Abhaya Indrayan, Martin P. Holt
adverse effects and adverse patient outcomes Adverse effects of medical interventions are those effects of an intervention that are detrimental to the health of the person who gets the intervention. These effects could be transient or long term.
by Gerhard Nahler
cause birth defects and/or irreversible adverse effects on pregnancy outcome; it may also have potential hazardous pharmacological effects with respect to the course of pregnancy; see also adverse drug experience, blue box requirements, ...
Adverse effects include drowsiness, gastrointestinal disturbances, respiratory and circulatory depression, and the potential for addiction. methamphetamine ( méth'ém-fét'o-men') N. central nervous system stimulant used to treat attention deficit ...
Adverse effects are more common after IV administration. 3-methylfentanyl, a potent heroin substitute and so-called designer drug. It is an analog of fentanyl and reportedly 3000 times as potent as morphine. One ounce represents 25 million ...
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