overdosage


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o·ver·dos·age

 (ō′vər-dō′sĭj)
n.
1. The administration of an overdose.
2. An overdose.
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Risk of Overdosage in Children Due to Accidental Ingestion: Accidental ingestion and resulting overdose of iron-containing products is a leading cause of fatal poisoning in children under six years of age.
There is one more risk of possible overdosage of drugs administered via drinking water during summer season, since the birds are expected to take more water as compared to in moderate weather.
Tip five states: "St John's Wort is nature's answer to Prozac, but make sure you take expert advice beforehand to avoid overdosage." According to Wikipedia, St John's Wort can cause dizziness, nausea and diarrhoea.
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They must be able to know the signs and symptoms of withdrawal and overdosage and know what to do if they exhibit any of these signs.
Respiratory Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Bronchial asthma, Restrictive lung disease, Interstitial lung disease, Pneumonia, Acute respiratory distress syndrome, Pneumothorax, Pleural effusion, Pulmonary oedema, Pulmonary embolism Lung cancer, Metastatic lung disease Upper Airway Obstruction Epiglottis, Foreign body aspiration, Croup, Laryngeal spasm, Laryngeal tumours Non-Respiratory Causes Pain of different origin, Central Neuromuscular disease, Anaphylactic reaction, Anaemia, Metabolic acidosis, Drug Overdosage (e.g.
Inadequate amounts of API will result in underdosed medication, leading to poor treatment outcomes while excessive amounts of API cause overdosage of medication, leading to increased adverse drug reactions and treatment failure.
In this setting, weight-adjusted glucose infusion leads to overdosage of obese pigs when compared to lean pigs of similar weight due to lower water content in fat tissue versus other tissues.
Touw, "Quetiapine in overdosage: A clinical and pharmacokinetic analysis of 14 cases," Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, vol.
Blood cholesterol profile in guinea pigs: effect of ascorbic acid ingestion on hypercholesterolemia induced by manganese deficiency or overdosage of an anti-thyroid agent in diet.