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contraindication

con·tra·in·di·ca·tion

/ˈkän-trə indiˈkāSHən/

Noun

A contraindication of a medication is a condition in which it could be harmful and should not be given to a patient. For example, an oral liquid drug should not be administered to a patient who is unconscious or unable to swallow.