Crossword clues for medication
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Medication \Med`i*ca"tion\, [L. medicatio: cf. F. m['e]dication.] The act or process of medicating.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
early 15c., "medical treatment of a disease or wound," from Middle French médication and directly from Latin medicationem (nominative medicatio) "healing, cure," from past participle stem of medicare, medicari "to medicate, heal, cure" (poetic and Late Latin) from medicus "physician, healing" (see medical (adj.)).
n. 1 A medicine, or all the medicines regularly taken by a patient 2 The administration of medicine
Medication was a group that included Logan Mader, Whitfield Crane, B. Blunt, Kyle Sanders and Roy Mayorga. They released a self-titled EP and an LP called Prince Valium through Locomotive Music, and filmed a video for the song "Inside". Before the recording of Prince Valium, Roy Mayorga parted ways from the group to rejoin Soulfly for the recording of 3. He was replaced by Chris Hamilton. They played one show in Los Angeles at The Gig on Melrose with Robert Trujillo, now of Metallica, on bass. They disbanded in 2003 due to the cancellation of their European tour and the US branch of their record label closing.
Medication, strictly speaking the act of administering medicine, may refer in popular usage to:
Drug, any chemical substance that alters normal bodily function
Pharmaceutical drug, any substance intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease
- Small molecule drugs
- Biologic medical products that are regulated like drugs
- Pharmaceutical drug, any substance intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease
- A herbal medicine
Medication may also refer to:
- Medication (band), a hard rock band
- "Medication" (Garbage song), a song from the band Garbage
- "Medication", a song by the Standells
- "Medication", a song by Queens of the Stone Age from Lullabies to Paralyze
Usage examples of "medication".
There were so many things she had to do to her body that she rebelled at subjecting it to one more medication, to which she would probably be allergic anyway.
In writing about hospital-caused errors in medication, in surgery, in laboratory tests, and just in admitting patients, Blau offers a nostrum known to any hospital patient.
And Adrienne was occasionally so hypomanic I considered her in need of medication.
There was a pricking sensation as the medication microblasted through his skin.
Fine Parisian Millinery like an explosion, bringing a head-splitting avalanche of French perfume along with her, the glow of nerve medications illuminating her eyes.
He fumbled, trying to tear open a syringe packet, while Stephanie removed the cap covering the rubber stopper on the parenteral medication vial.
The cases involve mostly different doctors, different procedures, different anesthetic agents, and, for the most part, different medications, even for postoperative pain.
There were antibiotics, anti-inflammatory medication, anabolic steroids, including a full course of prednisone, and at least ten different types of pain medication, including codeine and morphine.
She has to take medication to lower her abnormally high levels of prolactin, and she may have to be on the medication the rest of her life unless she has the tumor removed.
This excessive waddage of plot culminates with Duddits pitifully tottering into battle clutching a stuffed Scooby Doo doll and a Scooby Doo lunchbox full of cancer medication, a battle whose outcome hinges upon the fact that aliens capable of controlling human minds, biting people in half, and building a spaceship the size of Portland seem baffled by the problem presented by opening a manhole cover with a crowbar.
In the top drawer was the small bottle of the medication that he had secreted away against nights when the idea of sleep became impossible.
Depilatories, salves, foot powder, styptic pencils, mouthwash, cotton swabs for the ears, deodorants for the armpit, deodorants for the male and female crotch, acne cream medication, sinus remedies, denture cleansers, laxatives, com plasters.
Depilatories, salves, foot powder, styptic pencils, mouthwash, cotton swabs for the ears, deodorants for the armpit, deodorants for the male and female crotch, acne cream medication, sinus remedies, denture cleansers, laxatives, corn plasters.
Caffeine and medications containing theophylline may accentuate the symptoms.
Thus, it is important to get recommendations from people who know the available practitioners--a School Counselor or Psychologist, a therapist at your Community Mental Health Center, an EAP counselor at work, or the psychiatrist who is prescribing your psych medications.