concomitance

(redirected from concomitancy)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
We also have recently provided surveillance of non-compliance with indicated drug use in connection with a product experiencing significant adverse events, as well as drug concomitancy profiles to show how often drugs are used together by the same patient.
Postmodernism, in its turn--continues Wystan--acknowledges concomitancy in language, the impossibility of its being outside, or above, what it is used to depict; language is coterminous with that which it presents (Olson: 'Form is never more than an extension of content'), as such representing a moment-by-moment 'total ecology of human consciousness'.
Assuming there is a concomitancy between costs and charges, it is clear that reimbbursements per day to SNFs have been rising in closer consonance to the rise in covered charges than has been the case for swing-bed hospitals (Table 3).