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antibiotic, antibiotic medicationtetracycline
(American Slang) negro, black person, applying generally, of or pertaining to a class or kind; of a genus (Biology); of goods or medication sold without a brand name, generic drug, suitable for a broad range, with general namegeneric
(Medicine) hormone that is produced in the thyroid gland and serves to regulate blood calcium levels (given as a medication to treat hypercalcemia), calcium-controlling hormone, thyrocalcitonincalcitonin
(Medicine) long flexible rod inserted into the larynx or throat (to deliver medication, remove obstructions, etc.)probang
(Pharmacology) antibiotic substance used to treat infections (especially eye and skin infections), antibiotic for treating bacterial infectionsneomycin
(trademark) brand of ibuprofen medication used to relieve pain and reduce fever or inflammation (produced by Whitehall-Robins Healthcare)Advil
a trademark for allergy, sinus, cold, and headache medicationBenadryl
a trademark for chlorpromazine, brand name of chlorpromazine, medication used an as antiemetic and antipsychoticThorazine
a trademark for propoxyphene hydrochloride, brand name of a medicationDarvon
a trademark for the antibiotic chloramphenicolChloromycetin
a trademark for the painkiller acetaminophen, brand name of an American-made pain medicationTylenol
absorbed through the skin (as in medication)endermic
act of blowing in or on; act of blowing air or medication into or onto the body (Medicine)insufflation
act of providing medication in advance; medication which is administered before another medication or treatment, drugs given before anesthesiapremedication
act of transfusing; (Medicine) direct introduction of a substance into the circulatory system by intravenous injection (i.e. medication, blood, etc.), giving of bloodtransfusion
add drug to food or drink, administer a medication, sedate; poison; mix food with a drug, give somebody a drug, illegal substance, medical substance, natural or artificial substance used as a medication; narcotic, opiate, hallucinogen, substance given ...drug
add extra ingredient, exposure to radiation, give a dose of medicine to, divide into portions, give medicine to, measure out medication, prescribed amount (as in medicine), prescribed amount of medication, venereal diseasedose
administered or absorbed through the skin (such as an injection or medication), via the skinpercutaneous
agent that destroys bacteria, kills bacteria, working against infectious diseases, type of medication used to treat infectious diseases, working as an antibioticantibiotic
alkaline chemical substance derived from opium and used as a medication, asthma and colic drugpapaverine
anaesthesia, pain-killer, pain-reducer, pain-killing, pain-reducing, anaesthetic, pain-relieving, pain-relieving medicationanalgesic
analgesic medication for reducing fever and relieving pain (produced in the United States)Ibuprofen
angina medicationatenolol
animal feces, imitation bullet, make pellets of something, small ball of compressed material, small ball; bullet, small lead shot; pill, tablet (of medication); solid phase gathering on the bottom of vial, small bullet, stone missile for cannon or cata...pellet
annual herb of western Asia and Europe that is used in medication and as a seasoning; seeds of the fenugreek plant that are used as a seasoning, aromatic seeds, Eurasian plantfenugreek
anti-inflammatory and anti-allergenic medication, synthetic steroiddexamethasone
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