coadministration

noun
co·ad·min·is·tra·tion | \ ˌkō-əd-ˌmi-nə-ˈstrā-shən , -(ˌ)ad- \
variants: co-administration

Definition of coadministration 

medical

: the administration of two or more drugs together Isoniazid may also cause peripheral neuropathy, although its development can be prevented with the coadministration of pyridoxine. —C. Robert Horsburgh and Eric J. Rubin

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coadminister \ˌkō-əd-ˈmi-nə-stər \ or co–administer transitive verb coadministered or co–administered; coadministering or co–administering
To reduce the risk of bleeding, avoid coadministering the drug with an NSAID.

First Known Use of coadministration

1965, in the meaning defined above

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coadministration

noun
co·ad·min·is·tra·tion | \ ˌkō-əd-ˌmin-ə-ˈstrā-shən, -(ˌ)ad- \

Medical Definition of coadministration 

: the administration of two or more drugs together Isoniazid may also cause peripheral neuropathy, although its development can be prevented with the coadministration of pyridoxine. —C. Robert Horsburgh and Eric J. Rubin, The New England Journal of Medicine, 14 Apr. 2011

Other words from coadministration

coadminister \-ˈmin-ə-stər \ transitive verb

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