A prescribed course of medical treatment, way of life, or diet for the promotion or restoration of health
a regimen of one or two injections per day
a treatment regimen
A system of government
(medicine) a systematic plan for therapy (often including diet)
A regimen is a plan, a regulated course such as a diet, exercise or medical treatment, designed to give a positive result. A low-salt diet is a regimen. A course of penicillin is a regimen.
Orderly government; system of order; administration; Any regulation or remedy which is intended to produce beneficial effects by gradual operation; A syntactical relation between words, as when one depends on another and is regulated by it in respect to case or mood; government
a strict, regulated plan (such as diet, exercise, or other activity) designed to reach certain goals. In cancer treatment, a plan to treat cancer.
A treatment plan that specifies the dosage, the schedule, and the duration of treatment.
A combination of drugs and how they are administered.
Any particular treatment plan specifying which drugs are used, in what doses, according to what schedule, and for how long.
a formalized schedule (e.g., a drug-dosing regimen).
The steps in a program. An example of a vaccination regimen would be “2 cc SC 12 weeks precalving, with 2 cc SC 3 to 6 weeks later.”
Refers to the specific doses and the specified times to take medications.
When used in the context of treatment, a regimen is a combination of medications taken together. It can also be called a “cocktail.”
a systematic plan of activities and regulations of diet, sleep, and exercise designed to improve or maintain health
Describes the schedule and composition according to which a drug is administered.
Your day to day or weekly hair care and styling guide.
A strictly followed plan of diet, exercise and activity to achieve a desired effect.
a treatment plan or system. For cancer treatment, a regimen can include things like diet and exercise.
system or order characteristic of a stream; stream that has reached an equilibrium between erosion and deposition.