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Eventually, the FDA may be willing to make a combined hormonal pill available OTC under conditions of safe use, such as having sales tied to an automated kiosk that would also guide women through the contraindications and record their blood pressure.
Addition of severe combined immunodeficiency as a contraindication for administration of rotavirus vaccine.
We report two patients with contraindications to NIV and/or tracheal re-intubation after oesophageal surgery who were supported with endotracheal jet ventilation.
TABLE Contraindications and precautions for vaccine administration SITUATION COMMENTS Mild acute illness (with or No contraindication fever) (otitis media, diarrhea, etc) Breastfeeding No contraindication Serious allergic reaction to Absolute contraindication vaccine or component (anaphylaxis) Pregnancy Tetanus and influenza should be kept current No contraindication to give indicated inactivated immunizations Live vaccines are contraindicated, although no reports of adverse reactions reported Moderate to severe illness Temporary precaution-hold until patient improved Encephalopathy <1 week Pertussis immunization after DTP or DtaP contraindicated Fever >40.
Permanent contraindications are a severe allergic reaction to a vaccine component or encephalopathy within seven days of administration of a prior does of vaccine.
You may use an evolution of wound care products as the wound heals, but understanding their actions, indications and contraindications is essential.
If they have a contraindication to a bisphosphonate, such as an allergy or a low GFR, then we call the family physician and discuss an alternative treatment.
The agency questioned the references used to support the efficacy claims, and also said that even though the brochure included information from the boxed warning, it did not include contraindications in uncontrolled narrow-angle glaucoma and with monoamine oxidase inhibitors.
Outcomes assessed were presence of contraindications to treatment with drotrecogin alfa (activated), an admission APACHE II score of 25 or greater and dysfunction of two or more organs.
Management believes that contraindications to the use of traditional contrast materials should be evaluated more costly.
Clinical contraindications did not appear to play a significant role: Only 2% of patients had a glomerular filtration rate of less than 30 mL/min per 1.