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med·i·cate

 (mĕd′ĭ-kāt′)
tr.v. med·i·cat·ed, med·i·cat·ing, med·i·cates
1.
a. To administer a medicinal substance to (a patient).
b. To treat (a disease or condition) with medication.
2. To add a medicinal agent to (a substance): The lozenges are medicated with menthol.

[Latin medicāre, medicāt-, from medicus, doctor, from medērī, to heal; see med- in Indo-European roots.]

med′i·ca′tive adj.
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medicated

adj
1. (Medicine) (of a patient) having been treated with a medicine or drug
2. (Medicine) (of a bandage, shampoo, etc) containing medication
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Translations
مَمْزوج بِدَواء
s léčivou přísadou
medicinsk beriget
gyógy-
lyfja-; sem inniheldur lyf
ārstniecisks
s liečivou prísadou
ilâçlı

medicated

[ˈmedɪkeɪtɪd]
A. ADJmedicinal
B. CPD medicated soap Njabón m medicinal
medicated shampoo Nchampú m medicinal
medicated cough sweets NPLcaramelos mpl para la tos
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medicated

[ˈmɛdɪkeɪtɪd] adj [soap, shampoo] → traitant(e)
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

medicated

adjmedizinisch
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medicated

[ˈmɛdɪˌkeɪtɪd] adjmedicato/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

medicated

(ˈmedikeitid) adjective
having a healing or health-giving substance mixed in. Medicated shampoo.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Chlortetracycline (CTC) medicated feed: Chlortetracycline medicated feed has historically been used for flock treatment; however, doxycycline regimens are preferred.
In this regard, the FDA has established control limits for types A, B, and C animal drugs, where type A refers to pure drugs and types B and C correspond to medicated feed. US FDA medicated feed assay control limits for pure CTC and OTC (medicated articles) (Table 2).
As mentioned earlier, there are pros and cons to medicated feed. Keeping many birds in a small space increases stress and the likelihood of disease, so medicated feed is important.
We drive to the supermarket to purchase eggs from hens raised motionless in tiny cages and given medicated feed. How could we ever have invented such a senseless, segregated system?
More recently, SLICE (0.2% emamectin benzoate) medicated feed was found to reduce infestations of gill lice in rainbow trout reared in freshwater hatcheries (Bowker et al., 2012; Gunn et al., 2012).
He added that Gana Vida follows the Korean natural-farming protocol: "No antibiotics or medicated feed, no steroid implants, no feed additives containing hormones and hormone-altering drugs, no chemically altered feeds."
It explicitly does not cover Type A medicated articles and medicated feed, medical devices, dietary supplements, or human tissues intended for transplantation.
Farmers use antibiotics in the medicated feed given to shrimps in order to combat bacterial diseases.
During its review of rules on veterinary medicines and medicated feed set for 2013, the Commission will ensure that "warnings are placed on labels of veterinary antimicrobials and consider changing advertising rules for these products".
In addition, medicated feed formulated with polysaccharides isolated from the Indian green algae, Acrosiphonia orientalis were found to be effective in control of White Spot Syndrome Virus (Manilal et al., 2009).
It is understood that veterinarians still prescribe medicated feed containing antibiotics after consulting the producers themselves, particularily in pig production.
One of the few antibiotics approved for use in aquaculture, oxytetracycline (OTC, Schnick 1998), has recently been shown to effectively reduce RLP infection, WS development, and associated losses in red abalone via medicated feed and in black abalone via intramuscular injection (Friedman et al.