withdrawal treatment

Translations

withdrawal treatment

n. tratamiento de desintoxicación.
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This syndrome is characterised by central nervous system excitability in newborn infants, and in many cases requires pharmacological withdrawal treatment. All the infants of the six patients described were born without showing any sign of opioid withdrawal, had good Apgar scores and required no resuscitation.
Without withdrawal treatment, the patient is forced to decide whether to leave the hospital to find more drugs, forgoing needed medical care, "or to suffer through the hospital stay." Many choose the first option.
In addition, these data suggest that suppressive effects on slow frequency powers but not REM sleep may be hallmarks of effective antidepressants for ethanol withdrawal treatment.
Valium, Diazapam, Lorazapam - for whom there is almost no specific, medically sound NHS withdrawal treatment in Birmingham.
A 7-10 day drug taper is a common protocol, but withdrawal treatment may last up to 14 days.
This is clinically important because physicians often prescribe medications for alcohol withdrawal treatment based on pulse and blood pressure measures.
The data can inform efforts to improve the efficacy of quitting and withdrawal treatment programs.
Methadone and Buprenorpine are used to maintain addicts during withdrawal treatment. Despite this new approach to dealing with addicts, the penalties for drug related crimes in Iran remain high.
But then, back in August, Sarah read the Examiner story about Harrison Cooper-Jones, the Huddersfield four-year-old who had also become dependent on tube feeding and was 'cured' by a dramatic food withdrawal treatment at Leeds General Infirmary.
The jury recognised that she should not have been taken off suicide watch, and that her state of mind may have been affected by a system of drug withdrawal treatment at the prison.