Antagonist Timing & Agonist Trigger Timing: Is there an Ideal Time Interval?
Case presentation and paper review.
Traditionally antagonists are given in the morning, while the agonist trigger is given at night. The time interval of 12 hours is usually accepted. The fear is that if the time interval between the antagonist and the agonist is shorter, the agonist trigger may not be effective. So what is the ideal time interval between the agonist trigger and the antagonist administration? This case presentation and review of a paper addresses the questions.
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