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PBA is often treated with antidepressants, so we wanted to analyze the differential effects of NUEDEXTA based on concomitant antidepressant usage in patients with PBA secondary to dementia/Alzheimer's disease who enrolled in the PRISM II study," said Joao Siffert, M.
Contract award: Supply and installation contract of a complex PET / CT with concomitant dosing equipment, injection and radiation protection.
However, the risk of upper gastrointestinal bleeding increases markedly with several factors, including the use of concomitant medications.
The results showed that among the 189 women who had asymptomatic prolapse and did not have concomitant repair at the time of continence surgery, just 2% experienced progression to stage 3 prolapse after 6 years of follow-up.
12,13] metastases represent an unfavourable subset of individuals, we also assessed the rates of brain and bone metastases according to the distribution of other concomitant metastatic sites.
From the first approval of biologic therapy for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) nearly 15 years ago, the question of concomitant methotrexate (MTX) use has been an important issue for clinicians.
Interpretations of "proper use" have been debated, but it is likely that it was intended as concern about the concomitant effects Plan B's over-the-counter availability would have.
The liberalisation of trade rules has seen a concomitant relaxation in the minutiae of professional regulations designed to protect home markets--or in the case of the US, individual state markets.
Researchers from the Center for Occupational and Environmental Neurology in Baltimore now report that the impact of chronic lead exposure is augmented by concomitant ergonomic stress [EHP 113:1730-1734].
The water would contract as it cooled, with a concomitant drop in sea level.
Martin's ten-minute film uses gesture, touch, and sight as the nexus between man and machine, art and science, looking back toward high modernism's fascination with technology and its concomitant belief in the ideology of progress.
In other words, they suffer from as little other intercurrent disease as possible, and the list of concomitant medications they can be taking is usually restricted.