counter-indication


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counter-indication

[ˈkaʊntərˌɪndɪˈkeɪʃən] Ncontraindicación f
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Most registered infractions (20.5%) were related to not making the compulsory statement of the advertised product's main counter-indication, followed by the product lacking registration (15.3%), suggesting an absence of adverse effects (10.2%), messages that the product had been "approved" or "recommended" by specialists (10%), suggesting a lesser risk (9%) or making comparisons with no scientific basis (8.8%) (14).
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Also noteworthy is the importance the authors give the warnings for use, counter-indications, and secondary effects related to the use of each plant if dosages are not respected or if treatment periods are over-extended.
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