acute dose

acute dose

n
(Medicine) a total dose of radiation administered over such a short period that biological recovery is impossible
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At last in Group VII only single doses of LD50x2 (10 g/kg/d) STD-S were given by gavage at the end of study for evaluating acute dose effects of STD-S.
Table I shows hematological values of mice after administration of acute dose of y7 bacteria.
Brain scans taken of people before and after an acute dose of a commonly prescribed serotonin reuptake inhibitor reveal changes in connectivity within three hours, say researchers.
Research suggests that just one acute dose of hydrocortisone might benefit patients prone to PTSD.
According to a study conducted by scientists at Baylor University, an acute dose of alcohol may cause greater impairment in coordination, learning, and memory in the elderly than in young people.
NEM was evaluated for cytotoxicity, genotoxicity and oral toxicity (both single acute dose and 90-day repeated-dose) at doses up to 50 times the clinically tested human equivalent dose.
Possible effects of an acute dose can for all to examine the body.
The talk of racing AN ATTACK of the often excruciatingly painful shingles is no laughing matter, but Lambourn owner and syndicate supremo Henry Ponsonby was smiling away his plight because it saved him from an acute dose of embarrassment.
A significant shortening of the immobility time was observed (p < 0.01) when an acute dose of 100.0 mg/kg p.o., of CEAp was administered to mice.
No studies have assessed the effect of an acute dose of soy isoflavones on cognitive function.
Effect of acute dose of alcohol on the biochemical features of syndrome X in different categories of male and female Nigerian drinkers in apparent good health
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