nondrug

nondrug

(ˌnɒnˈdrʌɡ)
adj
not related to or involving the use of drugs
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The bracelet was described as "homeopathic," but homeopathic products are, by definition, regulated drugs and so nondrug items, such as bracelets, cannot be homeopathic.
The American College of Physicians recently issued new nondrug guidelines for treating chronic or recurrent back pain, a condition that afflicts about one-quarter of adults.
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announce a multi-component research project focusing on nondrug approaches for pain management addressing the needs of service members and veterans.
Those who are getting out are prisoners with nondrug cases.
Patients with chronic low back pain have many nondrug options, ranging from exercise and tai chi to mindfulness-based stress reduction and spinal manipulation, the authors add (Ann Intern Med.
Patients with chronic low back pain have many nondrug options, ranging from exercise and tai chi to mindful-ness-based stress reduction and spinal manipulation, the authors added (Ann Intern Med.
These include acetaminophen, tramadol (short-term use due to dependence issues) and nondrug treatments such as physical therapy, weight loss, splints, massage or acupuncture.
As a result, many may turn to nondrug approaches to help manage their pain.
As a result, many people may turn to nondrug approaches to help manage their pain," Richard L Nahin, lead author of the study and NCCIH's lead epidemiologist said (https://www.
It is unclear how well these filters perform for nondrug topics.
Overall, the guideline's 15 recommendations stress that these medications must be just one part of a comprehensive, patient-centered treatment plan that includes both drug and nondrug components, said Dr.
Topics covered are basics (what is the disease, how it affects the brain, disease stages, life expectancy); causes, symptoms, diagnosis, prescription drug treatment, nondrug treatment, living with the disease, being a caregiver, and planning ahead.