Adverse reaction

adverse reaction

adverse reaction ad·verse reaction (ād-vûrs’, ād’vûrs’)
a result of drug therapy that is neither intended nor expected in normal therapeutic use and that causes significant, sometimes life-threatening conditions.
contemporary examples

reeve p-ssed away after experiencing an adverse reaction to an antibiotic on oct. 10, 2004.
robin williams and christopher reeve’s epic friendship and the greatest williams story ever told marlow stern august 11, 2014

the fda shuts down trials all the time because people have an adverse reaction or die.
the ‘dallas buyers club’ bill eleanor clift march 3, 2014

historical examples

the causal mechanism of this adverse reaction to increased vessel traffic remains unknown.
humpback whales in glacier bay national monument, alaska united states department of commerce, marine mammal commission

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    unfavorable or antagonistic in purpose or effect: adverse criticism. opposing one’s interests or desire: adverse circ-mstances. being or acting in a contrary direction; opposed or opposing: adverse winds. opposite; confronting: the adverse page. contemporary examples as it is, this philosophy has turned into something that could adversely affect our economy. yes, i’m a pure republican […]

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    or unfavorable fortune or fate; a condition marked by misfortune, calamity, or distress: friends will show their true colors in times of adversity. an adverse or unfortunate event or circ-mstance: you will meet many adversities in life. historical examples but with our own distempers and adversities it is altogether different. thoughts on man william g-dwin […]

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    to remark or comment; refer (usually followed by to): he adverted briefly to the news of the day. to turn the attention (usually followed by to): the committee adverted to the business at hand. noun (brit, informal) short for advertis-m-nt verb (intransitive) foll by to. to draw attention (to); refer (to) v. mid-15c., averten “to […]

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