Coadjuvant

Co`ad´ju`vant


a.1.Coöperating.
n.1.(Med.) An adjuvant.
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Ulmoplus[R], as a coadjuvant in closing surgical wounds process using conventional suture is a good alternative, since it accelerates the healing process and allows better aesthetic results of the scar.
Effect of a siliconate coadjuvant and insecticides in the control of mealybug of grapevines, Pseudococcus viburni (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) [in Spanish].
Postoperatively, all patients received coadjuvant therapy, such as choleretics (ursodeoxycholic acid 10 mg/kg/day for 4 weeks), antibiotics (sulperazone, ornidazole, and amikacin were started before operation and continued for 1 week postoperatively, followed by trimethoprim sulfamethoxazole for 1 week), and corticosteroids (methylprednisolone 2 mg/kg/day for 2 weeks, then tapered for a total of 4 weeks) along with nutritional support.
(6-10) It has been suggested that surgery is still the most important treatment method with chemotherapy as the coadjuvant treatment; nevertheless, the leakage of protoscolices during surgery may cause secondary hydatidosis.
We injected 10mL of 0.25% bupivacaine with adrenaline and 10mL of 1.5% mepivacaine without any coadjuvant. Twenty-five minutes after the administration of the anesthetic, the exploration of the sensory's level block was determined by an absence of sensation (cold) and pain (pressure) at the C5 to C6 segment and motor block by the inability to lift the arm or forearm.
From this date, companies have been given a 12-month deadline for mandatory adjustments to the products covered by this resolution, including food, beverages, ingredients, food additives and coadjuvant of technology packaged in the absence of consumers.
The territorial/geographic factor Graphics as one of the main coadjuvant factors for inequalities in terms of access to and utilization of services in primary healthcare between Brazilian regions.
This biodiesel fuel is widely used in diesel engines and also formulated as ecologic coadjuvant (MSO), to reduce the qty of poisonous agrochemicals deployed in farms.
In view of the high prevalence of depression, coupled with the high rates of subjects refractory to pharmacological treatments (23,24), the consequences in terms of patients' health and quality of life (25,26), and the ensuing cost for health care systems (27,28), a coadjuvant non-pharmacological intervention for the treatment of such patients would appear to be a promising tool for clinical practice.
An innovative product in recent years is the application of SQ as a coadjuvant carrier in vaccines, a patent of the world-renowned laboratory brand, which allows an area of opportunity for further expansion of the market.
Prior to the suggestion of this mechanism, some authors suggested this type of intervention as a coadjuvant activity (whether preliminary or concomitant) for training that involves functional activities and tasks that require bodily stability control [17,18].
Complementary studies could also validate the use of ECR as a coadjuvant in the treatment of cryptococcosis caused by C.