prescribable


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prescribable

adj medicineverschreibungs- or rezeptpflichtig
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3) For Beazley, a 'system so definite, coherent, distinctive, and in some respects so wilful, is most easily intelligible as a personal system: inspired and in part determined by tradition, and communicable or prescribable to others; but the child, above all else, of one man's brain and will'.
Intimidation in the constitutionally prescribable sense of the word is a type of true threat, where a speaker directs a threat to a person or group of persons with the intent of placing the victim in fear of bodily harm or death.
1610)), were unless they were above the prescribable maximum at the expense of the GKV quantity or amount (N3), grouped into their own groups.
Hydroquinone therapy for post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation secondary to acne: not just prescribable by dermatologists.
This is true of innovations from online scheduling of appointments to prescribable mobile health apps.
Vitamin D had been difficult to obtain in treatment doses, but is now prescribable as Colecalciferol Liquid 3,000 units/ml.
Exploration of the role of mobile health tools in supporting physicians decision-making and prescribable apps to support patient healthcare requirements
00), a social and medical history of the prescription process that documents what is deemed prescribable, how it's regulated and prescribed, and why some classes of drugs are over-the-counter.