nonoral

nonoral

(ˌnɒnˈɔːrəl)
adj
not oral, not verbal or relating to the mouth
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FRIDAY, July 26, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- For postmenopausal women with low sexual desire causing distress, testosterone is an effective treatment, with a preference for nonoral administration, according to a review published online July 25 in the The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology.
Nonoral:In re Petition for Disciplinary Action against Lori J.
Grossman believes the jury is still out about how these nonoral agents are best utilized.
The latency until the first lick is a measurement of stimulus control and the ability or lack thereof for nonoral cues, such as olfaction, to influence licking behavior.
Symptom criteria were as follows: stage 0, normal function and asymptomatic; stage 1, normal function with episodic or daily symptoms of dysphagia; stage 2, compensated abnormal function manifesting as significant dietary modifications or prolonged mealtime (without weight loss or aspiration); stage 3, decompensated abnormal function with weight loss of Th0% of body weight over 6 months caused by dysphagia or daily cough, gagging, or aspiration during meals; stage 4, severely decompensated abnormal function with weight loss of >10% of body weight over 6 months caused by dysphagia or severe aspiration with bronchopulmonary complications and nonoral feeding for most nutrition; and stage 5, nonoral feeding for all nutrition.
Opioids were subcategorized by strength (weak (tramadol and acetaminophen/tramadol combination) and strong (the others)) and route (oral and nonoral).
The remaining two studies used cell types and lines from the nonoral region or nonhuman origin (Supplement 4): the murine cell line MC3T3-E1 and murine osteoblasts.
Khorshidi, "Isolation and identification of nonoral pathogenic bacteria in the oral cavity of patients with removable dentures," Journal of International Society of Preventive & Community Dentistry, vol.
Loyola-Rodriguez et al., "Bovine serum albumin and chitosan coated silver nanoparticles and its antimicrobial activity against oral and nonoral bacteria," Journal of Nanomaterials, vol.
Oral and nonoral sensorimotor interventions facilitate suck-swallow-respiration functions and their coordination in preterm infants.
As such, studies that utilize nonoral routes should not be discounted a priori and may in fact encompass the variety of human exposures to this chemical.
Firstly, although MMAS-8 tool was modified to measure the adherence to anti-TNF agents, some questions may not apply to nonoral medications.