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الإنجليزية - التركية
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adjuvants
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freund adjuvant
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An additive (as in a drug) that aids or modifies the action of the principal ingredient
A substance enhancing the immune response to an antigen
The noun used as a modifier
A thing which aids or assists; an auxiliary
One who helps or facilitates; an assistant
Something (as in a method) that enhances the effectiveness of a medical treatment
Any treatment which is given in addition to an original treatment to intensify medical intervention is an adjuvant treatment For instance, chemotherapy which is given as well as surgery may be called adjuvant chemotherapy
Therapy given after the main therapy in order to improve the chance of success, such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy given after surgery
Using therapies such as surgery, chemotherapy or radiation therapy in combination to achieve more effective results than using a treatment alone
In immunology, this is a substance injected with antigens (usually mixed with them but sometimes given before or after the antigens) which non-specifically enhances or modifies the immune response to the antigens
A substance that intensifies the immune response to an antigen
Any substance in a herbicide formulation or added to the spray tank to improve herbicidal activity or application characteristics
enhancing the action of a medical treatment; "the adjuvant action of certain bacteria"
Any substance in a herbicide formulation or added to the spray tank to modify herbicidal activity or application characteristics
n (AD-juh-vent) Substance injected along with an antigen to enhance the immune response stimulated by the antigen; also, drug or agent added to another drug or agent to enhance its medical effectiveness
Pharmaceutical compound that non-specifically enhances an immune response; commonly used in combination with vaccines to improve efficacy
A compound added to a vaccine to increase the immune response
an additive that enhances the effectiveness of medical treatment
– a chemical added to a vaccine to stimulate the immune system Adjuvants work by making the vaccine a sustained release antigen, as well as attracting the immune system to the site by causing inflammation Unfortunately the more adjuvant the more likely the patient is to have an adverse reaction Killed vaccines require an adjuvant Modified live virus vaccines do not
Chemotherapy that is given after other methods have destroyed clinically detectable cancer cells Radiation may also be administered as adjuvant therapy
A substance added to a vaccine preparation to increase the body’s immune response to the vaccine
Material added to improve some chemical or physical property (e g , of a plant protectant) or a biological property (e g , to improve antibody response to an antigen) (8)
Any substance added to pesticide which improves the activity of the active ingredient Examples: Penetrants, spreader-stickers and wetting agents
a substance sometimes included in a vaccine formulation to enhance or modify its immune-stimulating properties
A substance sometimes included in a vaccine formulation to enhance or modify the immune-stimulating properties of a vaccine
relating to something that is added but is not essential; "an ancillary pump"; "an adjuvant discipline to forms of mysticism"; "The mind and emotions are auxilliary to each other"
a substance added to a drug that increases its effect
That which aids or assists in the action of primary treatment
Insoluble material that increases the formation and persistence of antibodies when injected with an antigen
an ingredient added to a herbicide formulation or spray mixture to aid or modify the action of the herbicide, or the physical characteristics of the mixture
A substance used in a vaccine to enhance the immune response, thereby making the action of the vaccine more effective
A substance that is used in a vaccine to improve the immune response so that less vaccine is needed to produce a non-specific stimulator of the immune response
a remedy that enhances the effect of another
An assistant
{i} helper, assistant; substance or treatment that is used as a supplement to the primary treatment (Medicine); substance added to an antigen or vaccine to increase the immune response (Immunology)
{s} helping, assisting, aiding; auxiliary; used as a supplementary treatment for illness (Medicine)
Helping; helpful; assisting
An ingredient, in a prescription, which aids or modifies the action of the principal ingredient
an additive that enhances the effectiveness of medical treatment enhancing the action of a medical treatment; "the adjuvant action of certain bacteria
adjuvant therapy
any secondary treatment for cancer (such as chemotherapy) given after the primary treatment (such as surgery) in order to remove residual microscopic disease
adjuvant therapy
a treatment method used in addition to the primary therapy; used to increase effectiveness of treatment
adjuvant therapy
treatment used in addition to and following the primary treatment to sure, reduce, control or palliate the cancer
adjuvant therapy
Treatment, usually chemotherapy or radiotherapy, given following surgery It is sometimes given even if there are no symptoms of cancer at the time of treatment
adjuvant therapy
Treatment given in addition to surgery for melanoma; it may include chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or immunotherapy
adjuvant therapy
a type of therapy that improves the outcome of a primary therapy, e g , radiation and chemotherapy are adjuvant therapies in relation to cancer surgery
adjuvant therapy
n (AD-juh-vent) Treatment given after the primary therapy to increase the chances of a cure Adjuvant therapy for cancer may include immune therapy, chemotherapy, radiation therapy or hormone therapy
adjuvant therapy
Treatment used in addition to the primary method For example, radiation therapy often is used in addition (as an adjuvant) to surgery
adjuvant therapy
Anticancer drugs or hormones given after surgery and/or radiation to help prevent the cancer from coming back
adjuvant therapy
Treatment with chemotherapy or radiation therapy following surgery to help prevent recurrence or spread of cancer
adjuvant therapy
A treatment method used in addition to the primary therapy Radiation therapy often is used as an adjuvant to surgery
adjuvant therapy
Therapy provided to enhance the effect of a primary therapy; auxiliary therapy
adjuvant therapy
Treatment that is used in addition to the primary therapy to ensure that all microscopic cancer cells are destroyed Radiation therapy is often an adjuvant therapy to surgery
adjuvant therapy
the use of drugs or radiation therapy in the treatment of cancer along with surgery (Source : AMA)
adjuvant therapy
Treatment given to supplement the primary treatment
adjuvant therapy
Given after primary treatment to increase chances of a cure; includes chemotherapy, radiation therapy and hormone therapy
adjuvant therapy
given to enhance the effectiveness of primary treatment carcinogen substance that causes cancer
adjuvant therapy
Treatment given to kill undetected cancer cells that may remain in the body after surgical removal of a tumor
adjuvant therapy
additional drug or other treatment designed to enhance the effectiveness of the primary treatment
adjuvant therapy
treatment used in addition to the main treatment Adjuvant therapy usually refers to hormonal therapy, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or immunotherapy added after surgery to increase the chances of curing the disease or minimizing symptoms
An adjuvant
coadjuvant
Freund's adjuvant
A substance consisting of killed microorganisms, such as mycobacteria, in an oil and water emulsion that is administered to induce and enhance the formation of antibodies
التركية - الإنجليزية

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adjuvant
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