An age; a long period of time.
A period of intensive chemotherapy
Chemotherapy is usually administered at regular intervals depending on the type of drugs. A cycle commences with the administration of the chemotherapy and ends when the nadir has passed and the white blood and platelet counts have returned to pretreatment values. Then the next dose of chemotherapy is given.
Another meaning is taking one or more specialized supplements (or steroids) for a specific period of time, as taking creatine for two months, then stopping for a month.
The period of an oscillation.
That portion of a periodic function that occurs in one period
a full term of a specific steroid or supplement
a load of n concurrents test during a 'duration' period
a period of drug use followed by a period of nonuse
a period of treatment followed by a period of rest
a schedule that allows regular doses of a drug, followed by a rest period
a set period of time in which the processor will do something
a time period similar to the Earth hour
A world period, representing the duration of the universe between its manifestation and its return to the unmanifested state.
Refers to deliberate variation in the intensity and volume of workouts, or to variation of dosages of steroids or other growth-enhancing drugs.
Chemotherapy can be given in a variety of time arrangements, such as daily, weekly, or monthly. Chemotherapy is generally given in cycles. A cycle can last 1 or more days but usually lasts 3 or 4 weeks.
a period during which chemotherapy drugs are administered, followed by a rest period without drugs.
The process which takes all of the tags received during a period of time (usually 24 hours) and updates the database with them, deleting old tagsets, and generating reports.
Period of steroid use.
A predetermined schedule for chemotherapy administration. Some cycles of chemotherapy repeat every 3 weeks, while others repeat every 4 or even 8 weeks. Each cycle consists of a group of drugs given on particular days according to a specific treatment plan.
Period during which the price of one or more securities (or of a group of securities) moves upwards then downwards (or vice versa).
The time-period over which the training work-load is systematically balanced to produce adaptation and improved performance.(See also MACRO-, MESO-, MICRO-CYCLE)
the oscillation of the values of economic variables around a secular trend line