the condition in which different formulations of the same drug or chemical are equally absorbed when taken into the body.
Those Generic Drugs May Not Have Been What You Thought They Were Megan McArdle May 16, 2013
a field of study concerned with the ethics and philosophical implications of certain biological and medical procedures, technologies, and treatments, as organ transplants, genetic engineering, and care of the terminally ill. Contemporary Examples The $330,000 Fake Burger Nico Hines August 4, 2013 Why We Shouldn’t Freak Out Over Three-Person IVF Emily Shire February 27, 2014 […]
a method of learning to control one’s bodily functions by monitoring one’s own brain waves, blood pressure, degree of muscle tension, etc. the feedback thus obtained. Historical Examples When You Don’t Know Where to Turn Steven J. Bartlett When You Don’t Know Where to Turn Steven J. Bartlett When You Don’t Know Where to Turn […]
any of a group of water-soluble yellow compounds, present in citrus fruits, rose hips, and other plants, that in mammals maintain the resistance of capillary walls to permeation and change of pressure. noun another name for vitamin P bioflavonoid (bī’ō-flā’və-noid’) See flavonoid.
free or almost free from harmful microorganisms.