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substitution therapy


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substitution therapy

substitution therapy

substitution therapy n.

substitution therapy n.

substitution therapy n.

Psychoeducation Improves Hepatitis C Virus Treatment During Opioid Substitution Therapy: A Controlled, Prospective Multicenter Trial

Fibrinogen concentrate substitution therapy in patients with massive haemorrhage and low plasma fibrinogen concentrations

Tuberculosis Treatment and Risk of Stavudine Substitution in First-Line Antiretroviral Therapy

Identification of hepatitis B virus rtS117F substitution as a compensatory mutation for rtM204I during lamivudine therapy

Combination Interventions to Prevent HCV Transmission Among People Who Inject Drugs: Modeling the Impact of Antiviral Treatment, Needle and Syringe Programs, and Opiate Substitution Therapy

Direct Injection LC–MS-MS Analysis of Opiates, Methamphetamine, Buprenorphine, Methadone and Their Metabolites in Oral Fluid from Substitution Therapy Patients

Determination of Buprenorphine, Norbuprenorphine and Naloxone in Fingernail Clippings and Urine of Patients Under Opioid Substitution Therapy

Two Years’ Persistence of Naturally Present Substitution R155K Within Hepatitis C Virus NS3 Protease in the Absence of Protease Inhibitor–based Therapy

Interferon γ (IFN-γ) Deficiency in Generalized Epstein-Barr Virus Infection with Interstitial Lymphoid and Granulomatous Pneumonia, Focal Cerebral Lesions, and Genital Ulcers: Remission Following IFN-γ Substitution Therapy

Nab-paclitaxel in substitution of oxaliplatin and irinotecan in folfirinox schedule as first-line therapy in patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer: results of phase I dose finding of NabucCO study by GOIRC

 

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Provision of a less harmful alternative to a drug or remedy that a patient has been receiving. It is used when the patient has become addicted to a drug or is placing too much reliance upon a particular remedy. An example is the replacement of heroin in an opioid-dependent patient with methadone.

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