Preadministration

Pre`ad`min`is`tra´tion


n.1.Previous administration.
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Neuroprotective effect of preadministration with Ganoderma lucidum spore on rat hippocampus.
During preadministration of the GSS, the 11 participants achieved a mean rating of 3.
Reported results from studies in insulin pumps at ADA that showed preadministration of Halozyme's rHuPH20 provided a more physiologic profile than current rapid insulin analogs.
ONS also thanked CMS for extending the additional preadministration payment for IV immunoglobulin through 2008 and expressed concerns about the implementation of the new national coverage decision related to the use of erythropoiesis-stimulating agents for treatment of anemia in people with cancer.
In contrast, the Roosevelt and Truman chapters ignore preadministration biography entirely.
Thereafter, CsA concentrations in blood progressively decreased toward preadministration values in the following 8-10 h [median, 129 [micro]g/L (IQ range, 79-194 [micro]/L) at 8 h; median, 95 [micro]g/L (IQ range, 74-152 [micro]g/L) at 10 h].
Each of these ANOVAs had one between-group factor representing intervention versus comparison groups and one within-group factor representing preadministration versus post-administration of the subscales.
amarus extract in distilled water; and group IV, 1 ml of DMN (10 mg/kg body weight) 30 min after a preadministration of 1 ml plant extract.
Compound A inspiratory, [micro]L/L Time, min A B Preadministration ND (a) ND During administration 5 4.
The between-group factor had two levels that represented group membership in the intervention or comparison group, and the within-group factor had two levels that represented preadministration and postadministration of the instrument.
The preadministration value of the daily MVA excretion was positively correlated with the reduced MVA value after administration (P <0.