In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of medication)dosis femenino[ S ]do not exceed the recommended dose — no sobrepasar la dosis recomendada
- An early increase in the risk of fractures was associated with patients using the highest daily doses of oral corticosteroids.
- After taking a dose of this medicine you may get a headache that lasts for a short time.
- Taking a large single dose could cause severe respiratory depression or be fatal.
- When asthma control deteriorates, a common strategy is to double or quadruple the maintenance dose of inhaled steroids.
- Then, all total opiate doses were converted to equivalent doses of morphine.
- If your vertigo is caused by poor circulation, taking small doses of aspirin can help.
- In 17 cases, lethal doses were administered.
- Some doctors recommend a dose just before the immunization.
- Therefore, booster doses of the vaccine are administered later to re-start protection.
- The maximum recommended dose for patients greater than 60 kg is 100 mg three times daily.
- Still, to be on the safe side, doctors usually prescribe the lowest effective dose of nasal corticosteroids.
- Patients receiving the highest average daily dose were at an increased fracture risk.
- All the psychiatric participants were using therapeutic doses of neuroleptic medications as prescribed by their attending psychiatrist.
- If you miss a dose of this medicine, and you remember it within 12 hours, take it as soon as you remember.
- Therefore, doctors are always trying to find a way to use as low a dose of these drugs as possible in order to minimize these side effects.
- Smokers with mild asthma may be best advised to go straight for high dose steroid inhalers.
- In some cases, doctors may recommend low doses of aspirin along with heparin.
- The maximum recommended daily dose is 50 mg.
- The bullet is designed to inject a small dose of some drug in the victim's body.
- Overall, patients took the recommended doses of inhaled medication on 20 to 73 % of days.
2.1informal (portion, amount)a bad dose of flu — una gripa muy mala México Colombia
- a dose of sea air will do you good — un poco de aire de mar te va a hacer bien
- Thus hospital workers constitute the group most consistently exposed to low doses of ionizing radiation.
- In the scramble to recover the spilt heavy water, at least seven technicians received heavy doses of radiation and they were taken off duties involving radioactive materials.
- They would receive a much lower dose of radioactivity than those walking down the street near the explosion.
- For most people a dose of winter flu is unpleasant.
- The principle long-term effect of exposure to low doses of ionizing radiation is now considered to be the induction of cancer.
- After more than a decade in which the balanced budget had assumed quasi-religious status, many were suddenly converted to the necessity of a major dose of deficit spending.
- They evoked the necessary concern and dose of reality that print simply could not.
- Perhaps this unpleasant dose of fiscal reality carries a political message - it may be time for the North's politicians to start running their own affairs.
- And they must also ask whether a large dose of social justice is not a necessary accompaniment to political freedoms.
- Each conversation is laden with emotional weight, which gives the movie a necessary dose of credibility.
- However, for simulating sunlight conditions we used lower UVB doses.
- Excuse me for being slightly cynical, but going to a film doesn't necessarily imply a dose of culture.
- They blame her behavior on the high doses of radiation she received late last year.
- A radiation therapy device malfunctioned, delivering lethal radiation doses at several medical facilities.
- The therapy consists of delivering a single high dose of radiation directly to involved tumor sites during surgery.
- Thus, clustered damages are presumably produced by low doses of ionizing radiation such as those to which human populations may be exposed.
- Because I try to grow a high yield on a relatively small area (the raised beds), a good dose of compost is necessary.
- These two factors will influence the spectral dose of UV radiation received by covered biota.
- The conscripts were only permitted to be on site for two weeks, during which they might absorb a lifetime dose of radiation.
- One of them, a boy who is now 14 years old, received large doses of radiation to his brain when he was 4.
- In recent times this has received a dose of European Community law.
- He is there to assist those of us who think we know how to golf, but who receive a dose of reality on the course.
- Irradiation exposes food to a dose of ionizing radiation to kill bacteria.
- Some had received large doses of densely ionizing radiation while processing plutonium.
- He states that people suffering from low self-esteem can unconsciously drive their partner away, in hopes that they will receive a dose of reassurance.
- Cultures were immediately irradiated with a UV dose of 27 J / m.
- Perhaps most importantly, the findings from our study should be compared with doses of ionizing radiation.
- It can be totally dehydrated and can take huge doses of ionizing radiation in the dehydrated state.
- He has no memory of the terrible events that lie buried in his childhood - until he absorbs a massive dose of gamma rays and miraculously lives to tell the tale.
- The sites were arranged in column pairs receiving the same irradiation doses.
- And his response, of course, contained the requisite doses of hard-man menace necessary to maintain his image as an intimidator.
- But theists are not usually willing to say, in all contexts, that all the evil that occurs is a minute and necessary dose.
- Other investigators have shown that reducing the irradiation light dose rate could significantly improve tumor response.
- It metes out necessary background in minor doses and towards the end things are actually starting to make more sense.
- He gives the corps a necessary dose of athleticism.
2.2informal (venereal infection)enfermedad venérea femenino
1I've been dosing myself with vitamin C — he estado tomando vitamina C
- I'm all dosed up with painkillers — me he tomado no sé cuántos analgésicos
- all he does is dose her up with antibiotics — lo único que hace es recetarle antibióticos
- Every day you are in excruciating pain and every day the doctors come along and dose you up to the eyeballs in morphine, so much so that you don't know what is going on around you.
- Negative results were obtained after dosing mice orally on four consecutive days with 10% ethanol.
- It is stable for only 24 hours after mixing, so it cannot be saved for dosing multiple patients on different days.
- My dad probably viewed it as a way of surreptitiously dosing us with cricket rules, and regrets it to this day.
- A total of 22 patients were dosed according to the multiple point method.
- You're saying that the day after you were dosed, twenty-seven hours later, the effects were totally gone?
- Orthodox doctors dosed him up with more and more painkillers, without being able to sort out the underlying problem, he says.
- It provides the clinician with the most information for dosing the patient in the future as opposed to the other methods.
- Then calves are dosed and moved to clean pasture such as silage aftergrass.
- Women were dosed one hour before anesthesia was administered.
- A total of 27 patients were dosed according to the method.
- In addition, they had probably already thought of something, such as dosing her with a stimulant.
- It is advisable to dose all cattle coming off their first season at grass with a drug that is effective against type II stomach worms.
- He nursed me, dosing me with aspirin, sponging me off to keep the fever down.
- Groups of six rats were dosed once daily.
- Male and female mice were dosed once orally.
- Please do not dose the child on your own and always consult the doctor.
- He was on antidepressants and very often he would dose up to make sure he slept.
- Clearly dosing people up with psychiatric drugs is inadequate, as is just telling them to ‘snap out of it’.
- Well, I guess it's time to dose up.
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