unmedicated

unmedicated

(ʌnˈmɛdɪˌkeɪtɪd)
adj
1. (of a product) not containing medication
2. (Medicine) med (of a patient) not receiving treatment in the form of medicine or a drug
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Khouri, M.D., from the Rutgers New Jersey School of Medicine in Newark, and colleagues randomly assigned patients with open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension (unmedicated baseline IOP >20 to <30 mm Hg at 8:00 a.m.) to either netarsudil ophthalmic solution 0.02 percent once daily (186 patients) or timolol ophthalmic solution 0.5 percent twice daily (186 patients).
Billingsley showed the audience an unmedicated gummy bear and said: "If this were filled with cannabis, I would be able to tell you, the farm of which it came from, anything additional applied during the growth process, when those plants were harvested and at what day and location.
Compared to injured athletes without ADHD, those with unmedicated ADHD had larger declines in thinking and learning skills days after their concussion and also when they returned to play.
Entry criteria include unmedicated baseline IOP ranges at 9:00 AM of 15 mmHg (millimeters of mercury) to less than 35 mmHg for patients with open-angle glaucoma, and 22 mmHg to less than 35 mmHg for patients with ocular hypertension.
Let me just say that it was a miracle to actually do homebirth, vbac (vaginal birth after caesarian), and to remain completely unmedicated all throughout the labor," she wrote, attached with the photo of the newborn they call Baby Manu.
He did not use the prescription and thus his symptoms were unmedicated.
Entry criteria include unmedicated baseline IOP ranges of 15 mmHg, or millimeters of mercury, to less than 35 mmHg for patients with open-angle glaucoma, and 22 mmHg to less than 35 mmHg for patients with ocular hypertension.
Grazia, via Life & Style Magazine, recently reported Meghan was advocating for an unmedicated home birth.
A total of 22 of the ADHD patients were on methylphenidate, 15 on selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, 6 on amphetamine, and 7 were unmedicated.
In addition, it was investigated whether there was any decision-making performance difference between medicated and unmedicated OCD groups.
About 77.2% of patients in the Hydrus Microstent group achieved >= 20% reduction in unmedicated intraocular pressure at 24-months postoperative, compared to 57.8% in the cataract surgery alone group, meeting the primary effectiveness endpoint.