- n. medicine A therapy which is administered by itself
- mono- + therapy (Wiktionary)
“Inactivin was intended to be used as short-term monotherapy, he said.”
“Atrial fibrillation is less common among hypertensive patients taking long-term monotherapy with ACE inhibitors, angiotensin II-receptor blockers (ARBs), or beta-blockers than among those on calcium channel blockers, the”
“Atrial fibrillation was less common if patients were on long-term monotherapy with ACE inhibitors (odds ratio, 0.77), ARBs (0.75), or beta-blockers (0.80), than if they were on calcium channel blockers.”
“But the two new PMF cases involved patients taking it as "monotherapy," or with no other drug, as indicated on the Tysabri label.”
“But four patients have now contracted PML when using Tysabri alone, suggesting the "monotherapy" rule may be less helpful than previously hoped.”
“Comparing combination antimicrobial therapy with monotherapy for the treatment of Acinetobacter baumannii, a major cause of bloodstream infection and pneumonia in health care settings”
“Tysabri was approved in the U.S. and EU primarily as a monotherapy a year later.”
“We are pleased to provide data for patients with epilepsy who could benefit from Lyrica monotherapy in clinical practice," he said.”
“He declined to say whether Pfizer plans to seek regulatory approval for an epilepsy monotherapy indication for Lyrica.”
“Lyrica is not approved for monotherapy for epilepsy.”
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