It also warns about reducing the dosage if the patient uses narcotic pain relievers or other opioids or sedatives.
“Antichlors” are used as aqueous solutions and the dosage controlled in the same manner as for bleach solutions.
The dosage, mixed in the coffee he had given them earlier, was a light one.
The dosage purged them so thoroughly that they did not recover until three or four days later.
In the practical application of any remedy the dosage is most important.
The evidence regarding the effect of temperature upon the dosage required is somewhat conflicting.
Regulation of the dosage is simpler and consequently usually more accurate.
This is a rough experiment, in which no account is taken of dosage, and in which the results are only general averages.
If I exceeded the dosage prescribed I endangered my life, for these pellets were of a high potency.
A portion of the hypochlorite was almost invariably carried into the basin and increased the dosage.
dosage dos·age (dō'sĭj)
Administration of a therapeutic agent in prescribed amounts.
Determination of the amount to be so administered.
The amount so administered.