Translation of medication in Spanish:

medication

medicamento, n.

Pronunciation /mɛdɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n//ˌmɛdəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (substance)
    medicamento masculine
    • They took no medications and had no febrile disease in the month before the study.
    • It is good practice to ensure that any partner of the patient is aware of the effects of prescribed medications.
    • We also collected data on over the counter medications purchased and visits made to private practitioners.
    • The side effects of medications have to be weighed against the risks of the illness.
    • Although she also abuses prescribed medications, her drug of choice is alcohol.
    • Personally, I agree with continued restrictions on the use of certain drugs and medications.
    • We have a whole list of medications that we can offer people right now in the clinic.
    • It can take decades to detect important and unanticipated side effects of medications reliably.
    • Drug companies are also working hard on developing new medications to treat obesity.
    • They can be useful for people who experience side-effects with other medications.
    • Different medications treating these diseases have been used in clinical trials.
    • Some people say they need the stimulant medications and some people say they don't.
    • It is important to understand it in context and avoid premature use of medications.
    • So you may be able to decrease the dosages of your medications or stop taking some of them.
    • Many new mothers remain reluctant to take such medications while nursing.
    • Herbal remedies are used alone or in conjunction with prescribed medications.
    • So we're starting to see the down side of long-term use of these toxic medications.
    • Nurse practitioners are able to prescribe medications as part of their practice.
    • The physician in charge provided a pharmacy for making up the medications prescribed.
    • He was not able to take any prescription medications with him on such short notice.
  • 2

    (treatment) tratamiento masculine
    (drugs) medicación feminine
    he's on medication está medicado
    • It is true that older people have a range of health problems requiring medication.
    • We talk round and round the question of whether to have more drug medication before surgery.
    • Jeffrey was described as having a mental age of eight and needed constant care and medication.