loading dose

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loading dose n.

loading dose n.

loading dose n.


High clopidogrel loading dose during coronary stenting: effects on drug response and interindividual variability

Necessity of a loading dose when using vancomycin in critically ill patients

Value of single oral loading dose of propafenone in converting recent-onset atrial fibrillation Results of a randomized, double-blind, controlled study

Pharmacokinetics and Safety of Single, Multiple, and Loading Doses of Fusidic Acid in Healthy Subjects

Target controlled infusion of opioids for bariatric surgery and morphine loading dose

Colistin Area Under the Time–Concentration in Children Treated With Intravenous Loading Dose and Maintenance Therapy

Liposomal Amphotericin B as Initial Therapy for Invasive Mold Infection: A Randomized Trial Comparing a High–Loading Dose Regimen with Standard Dosing (AmBiLoad Trial)

Impact of Loading Doses on the Time to Adequate Predicted Beta-Lactam Concentrations in Prolonged and Continuous Infusion Dosing Schemes

Impact of single-dose ivermectin on community microfilaria load in bancroftian filariasis infection: two years post treatment

Teicoplanin therapeutic drug monitoring in critically ill patients: a retrospective study emphasizing the importance of a loading dose

Efficacy and safety of leflunomide in DMARD-naïve patients with early rheumatoid arthritis: comparison of a loading and a fixed-dose regimen

Safety and efficacy of an intravenous loading dose of azathioprine for treatment of non‐TPMT‐deficient patients with rheumatic diseases

Dramatic response after an intravenous loading dose of azathioprine in one case of severe and refractory ankylosing spondylitis

Pharmacodynamics of dose-escalated ‘front-loading’ polymyxin B regimens against polymyxin-resistant mcr-1-harbouring Escherichia coli

Population pharmacokinetics of teicoplanin administered by subcutaneous or intravenous route and simulation of optimal loading dose regimen


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a high initial dose of a drug that is given to enable its therapeutic level in the bloodstream to be reached quickly. The loading dose is subsequently reduced to a lower maintenance dose.

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