contraindication


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The contraindication for patients with severely reduced kidney function will remain (GFR less than 30 ml/min).
There are so many yoga poses and ' medical contraindications that it would take a book address them.
During LASIK treatment, the intraocular pressure (IOP) is raised to above 90mmHg, which may cause further damage to the optic disc; this contraindication applies to LASIK only.
They propose that women's ability to accurately self-assess their contraindications to combination oral contraceptives may also apply to progestin-only contraceptives, such as injectables, which have fewer contraindications and potentially could be administered by trained staff in drug shops.
It is certainly possible and even likely that several patients among the small percentage of who were discharged without a medication did in fact have a contraindication that was not documented in the discharge paperwork.
However, the most frequent contraindication except for delayed ED admission was mild or rapidly recovering clinical picture in the literature.
The authors found that of the migraine patients who had a cardiovascular contraindication, 22% had received a prescription for a triptan in 2009.
The anaesthetic technique outlined by Saeki et al and Batistaki et al are currently only used as alternative in patients with contraindications to succinylcholine.
Terra labor management and outcomes in treated HIV-infected women without contraindications to vaginal delivery and matched controls.
to add severe combined immune deficiency (SCID) as a contraindication to the RotaTeq product label.