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Drug Relationship - terminologies
Started by: garcot at February 6 2010

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Drug Relationship - terminologies By: garcot
Bangalore
  
February 6 2010
ANTIDOTES : To the effects of massive and molecular doses ; chemical antidotes in poisoning ; to the lasting or chronic effects superinduced by the drug.

COLLATERAL : Side relations (congeners) belonging to the same or allied botanical family or chemical group.

COMPATIBLE : Drugs following well.

COMPLEMENTARY : Supplying the part of another drug.

INIMICAL : Drugs disagreeing, incompatible, do not follow well.

SIMILAR : Drugs suggested for comparison by reason of their similarity ; usually compatible, unless too similar, like Nux vomica and Ignatia.

Ref: http://homeoint.org/hering/drugrelationship.htm

Garcot

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