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Noun
/ˌmedəˈkāSHən/,
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medications, plural;
  1. A substance used for medical treatment, esp. a medicine or drug
    • - he'd been taking medication for depression
    • - certain medications can cause dizziness
  2. Treatment using drugs
    • - chronic gastrointestinal symptoms which may require prolonged medication

  1. medicine: (medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease
  2. the act of treating with medicines or remedies
  3. A pharmaceutical drug, also referred to as medicine, medication or medicament, can be loosely defined as any chemical substance intended for use in the medical diagnosis, cure, treatment, or prevention of disease.
  4. Medication was a group that included Logan Mader (ex-Machine Head, ex-Soulfly), Whitfield Crane (Another Animal, ex-Ugly Kid Joe), BBlunt (adayinthelife), Kyle Sanders (Bloodsimple), and Roy Mayorga (Stone Sour, ex-Soulfly). ...
  5. Version 2.0 is the second album by alternative rock group Garbage. It was released in worldwide in May 1998 and was the follow up to the band's multi-platinum debut album Garbage. Despite a slow start, Version 2.0 went on to equal its predecessor, becoming platinum-certified in many territories.
  6. A medicine, or all the medicines regularly taken by a patient; The administration of medicine
  7. (Medications) medicinal substances used to treat acute or chronic disease.
  8. (Medications) Any substance that is intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent disease or is intended to affect the structure or function of the body of humans or other animals.
  9. (Medications) As soon as you know you are pregnant, tell your physician about all prescription drugs, over-the-counter products, or alternative remedies you are taking. During pregnancy, never take any medication unless you have the permission of your physician. ...
  10. (Medications) Because patients with type 1 diabetes are absolutely insulin deficient, treatment requires insulin injections. ...
  11. (Medications) Intravenous immunoglobulin
  12. (Medications) Steroids, oral contraceptives, antidepressants, some anti-epilepsy drugs, cancer therapy drugs, some calcium channel blockers and many others affect the gums. ...
  13. (Medications) There are a number of drugs that are used in the treatment of urge incontinence. Four commonly prescribed drugs are Detrol, Ditropan XL, Oxytrol patch, and Sanctura
  14. (Medications) There are many medications available on the market for IBD patients. More information can be found in the following brochure provided by the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada (in PDF format):
  15. (Medications) over 400 commonly used drugs can cause the sensation of dry mouth. The main culprits are the antihypertensives and antidepressants
  16. Certain medications can be prescribed to assist in weight loss. The most recent prescription weight loss medication released is Acomplia (generic name Rimonabant), manufactured by Sanofi Aventis. ...
  17. Not all medications create a stress response in the body but a lot of them taken over a long period of time can lead to an acidic state in the body resulting in stress and inflammation. ...
  18. Some medications such as some anti-psychotics, beta blockers are associated with increased risk of diabetes mellitus.
  19. Medication is a drug that has an effect on the body. It is usually used to treat a certain illness or condition.
  20. A drug that is used to treat an illness or disease according to established medical guidelines. If the medication contains one or more controlled substances, it must be prescribed by a licensed physician.
  21. This is a drug a person takes. It can be a prescription drug or an over-the-counter drug.
  22. (noun) – drugs or pills, often given by a doctor, to make the body healthy
  23. If you are on medication, do not forget to bring it. The nearest chemist is in Narvik, 86 km from Basecamp, or Lodingen, 1,5 hours from Basecamp.
  24. A legal drug that is used to prevent, treat or relieve symptoms of a disease or abnormal condition. Also called medicine.
  25. refers to any drug or substance, whether prescription or non-prescription, taken to reduce symptoms or cure an illness or medical condition.