CANNABIS Ireland's illegal drug of choice
, despite cost
The investigators conclude that misoprostol is clinically equivalent due to uterine atony in women who have received oxytocin prophylactically during the third stage of labour, but that oxytocin is still the drug of choice
Dexamethasone is also the drug of choice
for intractable, unrelenting nausea and vomiting unresponsive to other antiemetics, although that's not common in palliative care.
Cocaine is increasingly becoming the drug of choice
because of its falling price and increased accessibility.
Methamphetamine, or "meth," has become the drug of choice
for many gay men [see story, page 481.
I was a heroin addict along with other drugs, but heroin was probably my drug of choice
Heredity is now seen as the strongest predictor of addiction risk, while drug availability may influence what is to become the drug of choice
Heroin is the current drug of choice
for users in Scotland, and some of Liverpool's biggest gangland figures are only too happy to satisfy demand.
It stores up memories of feelings of excitement and pleasure associated with the substance, and triggers those emotions when individuals have the opportunity to take their drug of choice
In practice, if one holds to rigorous use of this definition, this condition would certainly be less prominent than that of individuals who have a predominant drug of choice
and also use other substances.
The current drug of choice
for MRSA infection is vancomycin.
I believe his drug of choice
was Fernet-Branca, a digestif.
cannabis is the illicit drug of choice
among adults, with 13% of respondents reporting its use in 1998 and 10% in 1999;
Sixteen percent were resistant to the drug of choice
for treating Salmonella infections in children.
Although there may be good alternatives to Cipro, including tetracyclines and penicillin-derivatives, Cipro is often the first drug of choice
because it is effective against all strains of anthrax.