underdose


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underdose

(ˌʌndəˈdəʊs)
vb (tr)
(Pharmacology) to give an insufficient dose to
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And, if that is true, I didn't make a very good article when I prepared it, or else you got an overdose or an underdose.
He said that most dispensing errors occur when a tired pharmacist misreads a label or drug strength, which can put the patient at serious risk of an overdose, an underdose or even an adverse reaction.
If the individual weighs 75 kg, a 500-mg tablet is an underdose.
An overdose brings about "hypoglycemia" and underdose effects in "hyperglycemia", both are equally harmful.
Groenewald wasn't to be booted out of the South African Professional Hunters' Association until 2006, but he was already underdose scrutiny.
By directly communicating with the machine during processing, an overdose or underdose of additives or colour pigments can be ruled out.
Also, there is an R&B LP I'm working on with my brother Ayzee (Hamza Hawsawi) called "The UnderDose," which features all the producers in Run Junction Any last words to Arab News readers and the world?