unmedicated

unmedicated

(ʌnˈmɛdɪˌkeɪtɪd)
adj
1. (of a product) not containing medication
2. (Medicine) med (of a patient) not receiving treatment in the form of medicine or a drug
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Miss Evans said Nash was currently on remand on the healthcare wing of HMP Brinsford, where he is unmedicated, but may be being moved to HMP Hewell following the hearing.
Miss Evans said Nash was currently on remand onthe healthcare wing of HMP Brinsford,where he is unmedicated, but may be being moved to HMP Hewell following the hearing.
Glaukos Corporation announced that, according to a study published in Clinical Ophthalmology, implantation of one, two or three iStent Trabecular Micro-Bypass Stents achieved mean unmedicated intraocular pressure, or IOP reductions of 30%, 37% and 43%, respectively, at 36 months postoperative.
We see increased serum levels in such things as unmedicated schizophrenia and depression as well as brain injury.
Tenders are invited for Pvms no 120071 gauze surgical, open wove, unmedicated 60cm wide, length 18 mtr
10) also found no difference in clinical pregnancy rates between patients undergoing IUI by serum LH surge and r-hCG trigger timing, but this study only included unmedicated cycles.
Unmedicated children with ADHD had smaller brain white matter volume than medicated children with ADHD (AaAaAeAc8.
Of interest, the plasma concentrations of NT-proBNP were positively correlated with the severity of depression in unmedicated patients with MDD.
It emphasized the quantification of the relative risk, which is the risk of the same outcome in a medicated person versus an unmedicated person with the same illness.
In a controlled, pilot, maintenance trial, 67 unmedicated patients with treatment-resistant depression received an acute course of TMS.
7% of eyes in the stent group (n = 89 of 94) achieved a >=20% reduction in unmedicated IOP versus baseline unmedicated IOP.
With the help of nurses armed with pain-rating schemes and smiley /grumpy face charts, the mantra became "no pain shall go unmedicated," when the better response should have been "no pain shall go unmanaged.