antinausea


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antinausea

(ˌæntɪˈnɔːzɪə)
adj
preventing or alleviating nausea
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Your veterinarian will do supportive care--keeping your dog hydrated, using antibiotics if there are secondary infections, using antitussives to control coughing, and in some cases, using antinausea medications to allow eating and drinking.
Antinausea and vomiting therapy was administered, and NGT was inserted to decompress the stomach.
In the paper, Mechoulam says THC can be used as 'an antivomiting and antinausea drug for cancer chemotherapy, and as an appetite-enhancing agent.
The clinician needs to use anti-depressants and antinausea agents to help control the symptoms often associated with opiate withdrawal.
Comment: Ginger has demonstrated antinausea effects, and has been shown to be effective for preventing motion sickness and postoperative nausea.
However, ondansetron, an antinausea medication, was used as standard protocol among oncology patients, and all patients with S.
Rounding out ASCO's "Top 5 advances in 50 years of Modern Oncology" was the improvement in patients' quality of life from supportive therapies, in particular antinausea medications.
PSI Bands says the bands have distinct advantages over other antinausea remedies.
Data also suggest that the antinausea and antiemetic agent aprepitant (Emend) also may be efficacious in severe cases (Lancet Oncol.
As mentioned, it is possible that this drag combined with either the SSRI or the triptan individually could cause the illness as well without the combination of the other drag because this class of antinausea drags are all serotonin antagonists.
Yet despite being prescribed antinausea drugs, the sickness continued.
A bit later after being given antinausea medication I became rather confused and rambling and thought I'd come up with the funniest concept in the world when I said that depressed people could have a "futility room" in their house.