overdosage


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o·ver·dos·age

 (ō′vər-dō′sĭj)
n.
1. The administration of an overdose.
2. An overdose.
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and initiate appropriate therapy if bleeding complications associated with overdosage occur.
There is a risk of overdosage if people get habituated to such medication even for minor complaints.
Adults and the Elderly: Opioid overdosage (known or suspected).
According to his findings, it can be considered as certain that an overdosage of a catalyst caused the damage.
Overdosage symptoms include tight, bandlike headache (increased intracranial pressure), bulging fontanelles, nose bleed, or chapped lips.
Treatment of overdosage involves the administration of milk or antacids, which bind bisphosphonates.
These resources are particularly valuable for the nursing care of older adults who are at great risk for overdosage, drug interactions, side effects, and adverse events.
Symptoms of overdosage in the first 24 hours are nausea, vomiting, anorexia and abdominal pain.
In 1995, it was cleared for use in treating mania, an indication that led to a corresponding expansion of cases of overdosage.
However, it was confirmed yesterday by the Coroners' Service that she died "as a result of overdosage of Insulin, Codeine, Paracetamol and Thioridazine".
The resource includes actions, indications, off-label uses, contraindications, warnings, precautions, interactions, adverse reactions, overdosage, patient information, and administration and dosage, as well as extemporaneous preparations, systemic drugs affecting the eye, systemic medications used for ocular conditions, orphan drugs, pharmacologic and pharmacokinetic information, commercial product information, specific formulation availability, and a manufacturer index.