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What does MED stand for?
MED stands for Minimum Effective Dose
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- Message Element Dictionary
- Micro-Enterprise Development
- Microwave Evaporation and Drying
- Mid-continent Ecology Division (US EPA)
- Middle East Department (Interntational Monetary Fund)
- Middle Eastern Dance
- Middle English Dictionary
- Minimal Effective Dose
- Minimal Erythemal Dose
- Minimum Euclidean Distance
- Ministry of Economic Development
- Minority Enterprise Development
- Mise en Demeure (French legal term for registered letter demanding payment of a debt or other corrective measures)
- Mobile and Embedded Devices (Microsoft)
- Mobile Emergency Department
- Mobile Energy Depot
- Molecular Electronic Device
- Momentum Exchange Device
- Mu Epsilon Delta (student organization)
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These findings are very promising since the use of these combinations for treatment of nosocomial infections is likely to reduce the minimum effective dose of the antibiotics, thereby reducing antibiotic resistance, possible toxic side effects and treatment cost of infection.
It was clearly mentioned in the initial study that the sample size was based on the up-and-down method of Dixon, according to which at least six independent pairs of patients with no hypotension/hypotension (response/no response pairs) should provide reliable estimates of the minimum effective dose of vasopressor [([ED.
The shadow caused by the Women's Health Initiative study remains, so researchers are looking for the minimum effective dose of hormone in the hope of reducing breast cancer or thrombotic risk.
Thus, minimum effective doses can be determined and if the specific person's cancer cells are susceptible or resistant to a variety of treatments.
aggressively monitor the patient's progress [and] use the minimum effective dose possible.
Also unknown: how the cream works, what the minimum effective dose is, how long the benefits may last after treatment stops and whether the drug helps prevent skin cancer.