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nonpharmacological

Definitions

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  • adjective Not pharmacological.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ pharmacological

Examples

  • Specialized nonpharmacological techniques will also have to be part of standard treatment for this disease.

    Silent Demons

  • There are some Alzheimer's patients for whom nonpharmacological approaches simply don't work, says William Thies, a vice president at the Alzheimer's Association in Chicago, and in these cases antipsychotics may be warranted.

    Nursing Homes Struggle

  • For example, drug company–sponsored information tends to downgrade or ignore nonmedical or nonpharmacological approaches and is slow to present innovative alternatives or preventive treatments.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • For example, drug company–sponsored information tends to downgrade or ignore nonmedical or nonpharmacological approaches and is slow to present innovative alternatives or preventive treatments.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • For example, drug company–sponsored information tends to downgrade or ignore nonmedical or nonpharmacological approaches and is slow to present innovative alternatives or preventive treatments.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • For example, drug company–sponsored information tends to downgrade or ignore nonmedical or nonpharmacological approaches and is slow to present innovative alternatives or preventive treatments.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • The classes train students to explain medical procedures, offer advice during pregnancy, suggest exercise and physical modifications to increase the comfort of the pregnant woman, help with preparation of a birth plan, offer massage and other nonpharmacological pain-relief measures, and make positioning suggestions during labor and birth.

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  • The classes train students to explain medical procedures, offer advice during pregnancy, suggest exercise and physical modifications to increase the comfort of the pregnant woman, help with preparation of a birth plan, offer massage and other nonpharmacological pain-relief measures, and make positioning suggestions during labor and birth.

    You’re Certifiable

  • "At least initially, these seem to be good nonpharmacological techniques."

    NYT > Home Page

  • "At least initially, these seem to be good nonpharmacological techniques."

    NYT > Home Page

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