American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Capable of preventing or counteracting infection: an anti-infective agent.
“Unimark operates three facilities, two of which are approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, where it manufactures ingredients for a wide range of treatments, including cardiovascular, anti-asthma and anti-infective drugs.”
“Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.'s fourth-quarter profit surged 76% on lower tax provisions, while rising sales of anti-infective drugs and a new skin-cancer treatment helped lift revenue 7%.”
“A revival in the anti-infective and mass markets segment also helped.”
“Merck & Co . has received requests from government investigators for information about the marketing of heart and anti-infective drugs, continuing the heightened government scrutiny of the pharmaceutical industry.”
“Other adulterated drugs cited in the settlement were Kytril anti-nausea medication, Bactroban anti-infective and Avandamet for diabetes.”
“SA; it licensed at least 24 medicines from Indian firm Zydus Cadila; and in May, it agreed to acquire Piramal's drug business, which brought 6,000 sales representatives and 350 brands and trademarks, including such well known names in India as the anti-infective Omnatax and the topical steroid Lobate.”
“As farmers raise more cattle, hogs and sheep, they are buying more vaccines and anti-infective drugs, Mr. Viehbacher said in an interview.”
“Breast milk does lose some but not all of its anti-infective and nutritional properties over time and with freezing and heating.”
“Using either appliance to heat the milk can destroy many important anti-infective properties and may heat the milk unevenly, increasing the risk of hot spots that can burn your baby.”
“Takeda, whose 1.3 trillion yen ($12.77 billion) in sales is 41% more than No. 2 rival Astellas Pharma Inc. 's, specializes in diabetes, cardiovascular and anti-infective drugs.”
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