How the use of yeast as an adjuvant to otherwise inadequate food mixtures exerts its beneficial effect is not yet made clear.
There is no scientific evidence that it has any value either alone or as an adjuvant to sandal oil.
It is added to other medicines, either as a corrective, or adjuvant.
This tincture is reputed pectoral and expectorant; but it is chiefly used as an adjuvant in mixtures, on account of its flavour.
Epinephrin, or pituitary extract, is used as an adjuvant intravenously to increase the cardiac movement after it has been started.
If the patients are bothering their relatives very much it may be necessary to give some opium as an adjuvant.
adjuvant ad·ju·vant (āj'ə-vənt)
A pharmacological agent added to a drug, predictably affecting the action of the drug's active ingredient.
An immunological vehicle for enhancing antigenicity, such as a water-in-oil emulsion in which antigen solution is emulsified in mineral oil. Also called immunoadjuvant.