- v. Simple past tense and past participle of contraindicate.
“Some forms of drug addiction, for example, and some liver diseases are contraindicated, meaning that use of Vivitrol by persons having these problems is risky business.”
“Apparently, that means that mentioning ‘victory’ would be superfluous in the first place, and contraindicated in the second.”
“Although I suspect that the hand of the government that was establishing the GM reorganization [did not know] what the hand that was putting together Cash-for-Clunkers was doing … which may mean that (depending on how this all turns out) a seafood diet may be contraindicated again for a couple of years.”
“So reading comprehension is now contraindicated for the reality-based community? civil_truth”
“On the other hand, if patients are given faulty or misleading information, subsequently request a prescription, and are not denied the prescription by their physician (for a host of possible reasons), then it's possible that people will be getting the drug who don't need it, and the consequences of that run the gamut from wasteful to contraindicated and life-threatening.”
“For G6PD sufferers, among the critical substances that are frequently contraindicated are legumes, sulfites, analgesics, and other strong blood oxidants such as blueberries and henna, to name just a few.”
“Some of the AACDs are contraindicated for certain pets.”
“Which is smart of Christie: speaking as somebody who grew up in NJ, looking like you want to muck around with the toll roads situation is contraindicated.”
“Individuality is contraindicated if you want to maintain that level of achievement and social cohesion.”
“The study ultimately concluded that since the percentage of women who incorrectly misdiagnosed themselves is similar to the proportion of actual pill users in the US who are contraindicated for use, the over the counter sale of birth control pills would likely be safe.”
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