Pharmacological

Definition of Pharmacological:

Involving the use of drugs.

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Anesthesia

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“Loss of sensation caused by neurological dysfunction or a pharmacological depression of nerve function...”

Anesthetic

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“Agent causing loss of sensation by neurological dysfunction or a pharmacological depression of nerve function...”
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Asthma

...recommendation Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
“...Ascorbic acid has a wide variety of pharmacological effects that appear important in asthmatic treatment...”

Esophageal Cancer

...the condition
“...Although pain management techniques are many and varied, therapeutic approaches can be classified as either pharmacological or non-pharmacological...”

Homeopathic Remedies

...as a treatment
“...They claim that it is therefore scientifically implausible that these treatments still have any pharmacological effect, and violate fundamental principles of science...”

Low Melatonin Level

...relationship to Cancer, General
“...At pharmacological levels (5-50mg), melatonin seems to be useful in fighting active cancers...”
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Pregnancy-Related Issues

...recommendation Folic Acid
“...(American Journal of Clinical Nutrition October 1999) Cleft palate: Only high pharmacological doses (6mg per day) of folic acid in the critical period of the primary and the secondary palate development seem to be effective for the reduction of clefts...”

Rhodiola rosea (Roseroot)

...as a treatment
“...Several important compounds have been isolated from rhodiola rosea and identified that have nutritional pharmacological value and include: beta-sitosterol, cinnamic alcohol, rosavidin, gallic acid, salidroside, and other phenolic compounds...”

Supplemental Fiber

...as a treatment
“...And even more is needed when using fiber for pharmacological purposes...”

Vitamin B12 (Cobalamine)

...as a treatment
“...When vitamin B12 is being used for its pharmacological effects, as in the treatment of fatigue, Bell's palsy, diabetic neuropathy, subdeltoid bursitis, or asthma, intramuscular injections appear to be preferable to oral administration...”
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