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  • n. Plural form of toxicity.

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Examples

  • "This probably indicates that this kind of treatment is possible but hugely resource-intensive, and the longer term toxicities and efficacy are not at all clear," said Dr. Bruce Chabner, clinical director at Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center.

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  • The need for discovery of novel pathways to effectively eradicate leukemia-initiating cells in acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is essential for improving cure rates and reducing short - and long-term toxicities for these patients, according to presenters at the "Progress and Challenges in Pediatric Acute Myeloid Leukemia" Education Session held Friday.

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  • We know that some people with high CD4 counts can go years and years, some even decades, without going on treatment and suffering the cumulative toxicities of treatment.

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  • But Mr Cameron and George Osborne, the chancellor, are sensitive to the danger of old toxicities in the "nasty" Tory brand being revived in accusations of a hidden agenda to privatise the NHS.

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  • Specialized treatment is required for hydrofluoric acid exposure because of the unique toxicities of this substance.

    Hydrofluoric Acid

  • In overdose, CBZ often exhibits toxicities shared by these compounds. 1,2 The lethal dose of CBZ is not known, however, death has occured with an ingestion of 20 grams. 1,2 It is available in 100 mg. chewable tablets, 200 mg. tablets, and 100 mg./5 ml.syrup. 1,2

    Carbamazepine

  • The potential for CNS depression, respiratory depression, and the ability of this agent to sensitize the myocardium to the arrhythmogenic effects of catecholamines are the major toxicities of TCE poisoning.

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  • The SPIs work with a continually updated library of computer databases to identify the ingredients and toxicities of millions of pharmaceutical products and everyday items such as household cleaning products, cosmetics, over-the-counter medications and arts and crafts supplies:

    Poison Control Hotline Staff

  • Due to toxicities in the environment and in the food supply, we are seeing more and more issues with the thyroid including thyroid cancer (mostly benign, but the extent is troubling).

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  • In psychiatry, new drugs come with new toxicities for physicians to keep in mind, besides new science.

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