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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of underdose.


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  • The rusting metal cribs are still full of febrile toddlers receiving quinine infusions and asthmatics underdosed on their inhaled medications who will be discharged wheezing as furiously as they were when they arrived.

    Between Expectations

  • The medical profession and society in general have underdosed this potent cure by a long shot.

    Brace yourselves for more low-fat buncombe | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • "That means some people may be getting underdosed with medicine weaker than the disease, and they die."


  • She added that with conditions such as Parkinson's, a slight variation in medication resulted in patients becoming diskinetic - with excessive twitchiness - when too high, and lethargic when underdosed.

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  • They overdosed by 11. 6% when using the larger spoon and underdosed by 8. 4% when using the medium-sized spoon, even though they were confident that their pouring was accurate in each case.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Goans extensively analyzed the records of 30 patients who were most seriously underdosed or overdosed and found a number experienced symptoms that could be related to the errors, including inflammation and damage to the colon, rectal bleeding and in at least one case, a recurrence of cancer. Current News - Top Stories

  • But what really hit a nerve was a throw away comment of my Dad's - he was slightly underdosed with his medication, and I suggested that he take an extra tablet.

    The Stirrer

  • Horrible - but these doses are still underdosed - I don't know in the retail sector 'cause I practice in hospital but do you dispense as written or get the doc to change.


  • · the insecticide is partly degraded due to overstorage the insecticide is underdosed

    8. Pest control using insecticides


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