adjunctive

ADJECTIVE
  1. joining; forming an adjunct
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How To Use adjunctive In A Sentence

  • The term "adjunctive" implies this treatment is to be used in conjunction with the standard medical approaches for battling cancer and not "instead of. Ottawa Sun
  • Any fondness is adjunctive to another relationship of which they own no part. Times, Sunday Times
  • Adjunctive corticosteroids may be beneficial in patients with tuberculous meningitis, tuberculous pericarditis, or miliary tuberculosis with refractory hypoxemia.
  • adjunctive" to DREs and PSAs, meaning a combination of the three can produce more accurate biopsies. StarTribune.com rss feed
  • All patients continued their prior adjunctive therapy of corticosteroids and immunosuppressives.
  • Indeed, evidence-based treatment protocols highlight that medication is adjunctive to psychological therapy for anxiety and depression. Times, Sunday Times
  • Adjunctive therapy with salmon calcitonin can be given in a dosage of 200 units every 6 hours.
  • We believe therefore that the available evidence strongly supports the use of full-dose aspirin as adjunctive therapy to thrombolysis.
  • The results, described as equivocal, indicate that at the current state of research, meditation can be at best considered an adjunctive therapy when it comes to treating anxiety and mood disorders - most studies failed to demonstrate it as a reliable primary method of treating these conditions. Brain Blogger
  • The pitfalls of aggressive treatment often include polypharmacy with multiple medication side effects and numerous adjunctive medications complicating the clinical picture.
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