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con·tra·in·di·cate

 (kŏn′trə-ĭn′dĭ-kāt′)
tr.v. con·tra·in·di·cat·ed, con·tra·in·di·cat·ing, con·tra·in·di·cates
To indicate the inadvisability of (a medical treatment, for example).

con′tra·in·dic′a·tive (-ĭn-dĭk′ə-tĭv) adj.

contraindicated

(ˌkɒntrəˈɪndɪˌkeɪtɪd)
adj
(Medicine) med not advisable because of contraindications
Translations

contraindicated

a. contraindicado-a.

contraindicated

adj contraindicado
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A total of 491 patients were taking a contraindicated statin or a statin at too high a dose to be safe, given the other medications they were on.
Estrogen is known to increase thrombotic risk, and therefore it is contraindicated in any patient at risk for VTE or with a history of a VTE.
Accordingly, it was concluded that the Sudanese pharmacists' awareness about contraindicated drugs for asthmatic patients seems very poor.
Of the remaining 17%, 6% were on a contraindicated dual-drug regimen, 6% were on a contraindicated monotherapy regimen, and 5% were on a therapy that was contraindicated because of drug interactions.
For residents on a sedative/hypnotic routinely used beyond the manufacturer's recommendations for duration of use, the facility must attempt to taper the medication quarterly unless clinically contraindicated.
Last year the agency issued a similar warning that Phenergan (promethazine HC1) tablets and suppositories, made by Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, were contraindicated in children younger than 2 years due to the potential for fatal respiratory depression.
Under the contraindications section, it now states "concomitant use [of sertraline] in patients taking pimozide is contraindicated.
Caprosyn suture is contraindicated in cardiovascular and neurological surgery, microsurgery, and ophthalmic surgery.
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Thymoglobulin is contraindicated in patients with known allergy to rabbit proteins, an acute viral illness, or a history of anaphylaxis during rabbit immunoglobulin administration.
In her evaluation of the article Linda French stated, "Though methodologically very weak, this observational study is sufficient to successfully challenge prevailing notions" (ie, that ERT is contraindicated for women who have been treated for stage 1 breast cancer).