... the margin of safety between the effective dose
and the lethal dose
becomes very narrow. That is, in order to obtain ... the tolerant abuser may raise his or her dose
to a level that may result in coma or death. ...
... and night to improve the extract, and a second dose
injected on the 23rd. This was completely ... mode of administration
selecting the 'right' dose
selecting an appropriate insulin ... requiring external insulin is picking the right dose
of insulin and the right timing.
... and lead to anemia . It's not used in the treatment of cancer , as the dose
required would lead to intolerable side-effects.
Poisoning ... intoxication with arsenic : symptoms start 2 to 5 hours after the toxic dose
has been ingested and include burning in the mouth and throat, fever , ...
Computed axial tomography
Improvements in CT technology have meant that the overall radiation dose
has decreased, scan times have decreased and the ability to reconstruct ... from a different angle) has increased over time. Still, the radiation dose
from CT scans is several times higher than conventional X-ray scans.
... in small quantities may be harmless or even beneficial, larger doses result in a state known as drunkenness or intoxication and, depending on the dose
and regularity of use, can cause acute respiratory failure or death and with chronic use can cause severe health problems, such as liver and brain ...
... Radiation can also be used to treat leukemia and lymphoma (cancers of the blood-forming cells and lymphatic system, respectively). Radiation dose
to each site depends on a number of factors, including the type of cancer and whether there are tissues and organs nearby that may be damaged by ...
... the inherited forms of neonatal hyperinsulinism and many others. Risk of diabetes is higher with chronic use of several medications, including high dose
glucocorticoids , some chemotherapy agents (especially L-asparaginase), and some of the antipsychotics and mood stabilizers (especially ...
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
... were the most commonly used class of antidepressants before the development of SSRIs. However, SSRIs have the important advantage that their toxic dose
is high, and, therefore, they are much more difficult to use as a means to commit suicide . Further, they have fewer or milder side effects .