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  • adv. In a parenteral manner

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  • adv. by parenteral means


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  • Extract given parenterally is at least 50 and perhaps 100 times as potent as extract given by mouth and it assures the individual of receiving into his body proper the material he lacks.

    George R. Minot - Nobel Lecture

  • The big difference in this case, Larry, is that there are two of these drugs that are administered only parenterally -- they cannot be taken by mouth -- Diprivan and Versed.

    CNN Transcript Aug 24, 2009

  • In addition, liability insurance rates and certain state regulations make it somewhat impractical to use these parenterally IV or IM.

    Sedative Drugs Used in Pediatric Dentistry

  • It's all for the good, as she can be closely monitored for infection, and she can receive fluids parenterally.

    When to Call the Ambulance

  • "So you believe the illness is only spread parenterally," Nancy said.


  • There have been observed critically over from two to three years about 100 cases, including 26 cases with advanced combined system-disease, treated parenterally with liver extract.

    George R. Minot - Nobel Lecture

  • One must be particularly critical of the nature of responses caused by substances given parenterally, because non-specific responses of various sorts can arise more readily from parenteral injection than from feeding.

    George R. Minot - Nobel Lecture

  • I also established that it can be used medicinally either through the mouth or parenterally.

    Christiaan Eijkman - Nobel Lecture

  • Secondly, with the increase of virulence for the nervous system of mice, there was also evidence of a progressive loss of virulence for rhesus monkeys when inoculated parenterally.

    Max Theiler - Nobel Lecture

  • Prolonged cultivation of the Asibi virus in this medium induced a marked change in its virulence; in fact, it became so attenuated that when inoculated parenterally into monkeys it no longer caused death.

    Max Theiler - Nobel Lecture


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