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    Examples of treat in a Sentence

  • Examples of treat
    1. Levadex is an new inhaled version of dihydroergotamine, a drug used intravenously to treat migraines.
    2. The author is less inclined than Jung to treat freedom as an ideological illusion or false consciousness.
    3. The man was unconscious, but the paramedics had his implied consent to treat him.
    4. Dr. Hofmann’s work produced other important drugs, including methergine, used to treat postpartum hemorrhaging, the leading cause of death from childbirth.
    5. Tamoxifen , used to treat breast cancer, will be offered for $9 for a 30-day supply, as will combination estrogen/methyltestosterone tablets, prescribed for menopause and hormone deficiency.
    6. Certain drugs such as modafinil, used to treat narcolepsy, have been shown to improve cognition and are becoming increasingly popular with students revising for exams.
    7. The latest developments in drugs to treat patients with bipolar disorders have given many a new lease on life.
    8. Lucentis, also called ranibizumab, is approved to treat age-related macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in the elderly.
    9. People should treat their spouses with respect.
  • Examples of treats
    1. Women, a little bit more than men, are cravers of treats, [ … ]
    2. Should I decide if and when you should cum, You will ejaculate into an ice cube tray to be frozen for your "cumsicle treats" for future calls.
    3. Mr. Butler, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain,” treats his newest novelistic conceit as an occasion to toss every possible ingredient into a fanciful hellscape and then let these elements run wild.
    4. However, even “literary” science fiction rarely qualifies as literature, because it treats characters as sets of traits rather than as fully realized human beings with unique life stories. —Adam Cadre, 2008
    5. Rattle the can of cat treats if you need to find Fluffy.
    6. I have a sweet tooth: I love sugary treats.
    7. Cicero's writing treats mainly of old age and personal duty.
    8. The second Book is divided into eight Chapters, treats of the origin of the Greek Characters, and changes that happen'd in them, to the fourth Century of the common Era.
  • Examples of treated
    1. We report the unusual case of a patient with an indirect carotid-cavernous fistula treated with only partial angiographic embolisation of the fistula; however, by 8 weeks postembolisation, she was found to have both symptomatic and angiographic cure.
    2. The cells were then treated with Oligonol at subtoxic concentrations and examined for lipid metabolism, cytokine production, and insulin signaling using quantitative RT-PCR and western blot analysis.
    3. Compared with vehicle-treated controls, rapamycin protected against the tau-induced neuronal loss, synaptotoxicity, reactive microgliosis and astrogliosis, and activation of innate neuroimmunity.
    4. To investigate the mechanism why cholestasis may affect HSC activation, we treated primary HSCs with one of the hydrophobic bile acids, taurolithocholic acid (TLCA) (Sigma) for 24 hours.
    5. Cells were permeabilized with 0.1% Triton X-100 in PBS for 5 minutes at room temperature; unpermeablized cells were treated with PBS alone.
    6. An environment department spokeswoman said: “The crocodile, which endured confinement in the unpressurised hold, was treated and given a new home with a licensed wildlife demonstrated but recently died.”
  • Examples of treating
    1. Corpses, treatment of.—A solution of myrrhic resin is obtained by treating powdered myrrh [ …]
    2. A major factor is that a review in 2004 of 15 years’ experience in treating resistant tuberculosis at National Jewish found that “the most important single variable we had associated with favorable outcome was resectional surgery.”
    3. While the drug is approved for use in treating stomach cancer, many doctors prescribe it off label for other cancers as well.
    4. “I can’t imagine that you would be treating people prophylactically yet,” said Dr. Timothy J. Gardner, the president of the American Heart Association .
    5. Dave! Long time no hear! How has Boston been treating you?
    6. Dave! Long time no see! How’s Boston been treating you?
    7. After returning from their Halloween trick-or-treating, the kids settled down to enjoy their booty of candies.
    8. ... positing a dyad and constructing the infinite out of great and small, instead of treating the infinite as one, is peculiar to him; ...
    9. The greatest difficulty lies in treating patients with chronic pain.
    10. The most common nonbiologic DMARD is methotrexate, which represented the gold standard for treating RA patients until the production of biological agents.
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