t.i.d.


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t.i.d.

abbr. Latin
ter in die (three times a day)
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t.i.d.

(in prescriptions) abbreviation for
(Medicine) ter in die
[Latin: three times a day]
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In that study, 40 postoperative bunionectomy patients were randomized to receive placebo, 0.5 mg, or 1.0 mg of sublingual buprenorphine (SBS) three times daily (t.i.d.) or 1.0 mg of SBS twice a day (b.i.d.).
Since the ID Pain score accurately indicates the presence of a neuropathic component of pain, his pain was considered to be a combination of pathological neuralgia, and thus 600mg Gabapentin capsules were given t.i.d. orally starting on the day of admission.
Kato, "Clinical trial: dose-dependent therapeutic efficacy of acotiamide hydrochloride (Z-338) in patients with functional dyspepsia 100 mg t.i.d. is an optimal dosage," Neurogastroenterology and Motility, vol.
t.i.d. A sample of typical laboratory values before and after L-methionine therapy:
* Oral iron more than once daily: "I see patients in the nursing homes all the time who've been discharged from the hospital by the surgeons on t.i.d. (three times a day) iron," the geriatrician said.
"The reason is that if you give 300 mg t.i.d. or higher during the week of antiviral therapy and they start getting drowsy or dizzy, they may stop both drugs and lose the benefit of the antiviral.
Dyson said that most medical centers, including her institution, dose UDCA at 14 mg/kg per day t.i.d. to treat intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy from the time of diagnosis until delivery.
Italian scientists from the Lancisi Heart Institute and the University of Ancona (Institute of Biochemistry) measured the effects of 300 mg per day (100 mg T.I.D.) Q-absorb on the cardiovascular functional capacity of 23 heart patients.
Taking into account the currently available drug treatments for IBS PO (1-2 capsules t.i.d. over 2-4 weeks) may be the drug of first choice in IBS patients with non-serious constipation or diarrhea to alleviate general symptoms and to improve quality of life.
Nonetheless, because the patient's condition was stable, treatment was changed to oral fluconazole (50 mg t.i.d.) for another 2 weeks and the patient was discharged.
A twice-a-day regimen of U-500 insulin would be used for patients who need 200-300 U/day, and a three-times-a-day regimen would apply to patients who need 300-750 U / day, For 750-2,000 U / day, patients would use U-500 insulin t.i.d. plus a fourth dose at bedtime.
Participants were randomized to extended-release acetaminophen at the recommended adult dosage of 1,300 mg t.i.d., rofecoxib at 12.5 mg/day, or rofecoxib at 25 mg/day.