antibiotics, narcotics, and barbiturates. An antipsychotic drug is a medication for psychosis, mental and emotional therapy, for example, the phenothiazines. Specialized rehabilitative services are the provisions that are important in addressing and identifying the needs of persons with developmental disabilities such as physical, speech-hearing and occupational therapies which are commonly determined by level two assessment. Nosocomial infections are the infections contracted as a result of the existence of a certain infection in a restricted area such as a hospital. They usually take place during the stay of a patient of a person in the facility, an example is the urinary tract infections that are common in hospitals. A generic drug is the chemical name of a drug, for example, Diazepam, which a sedative drug is either marketed in its generic name and in some other companies under its brand names such as Valium or Vazepam.
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