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Hi

What I want to say is I firstly treated drug A and then B with a three-day interval.

My first try was "sequential administration of A and B", but I was told it looked confusing because it sounds like 'repeated treatment of A first, and then B'.

Is it confusing? If so, how can I fix the sentence to avoid confusion?

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golddjIf so, how can I fix the sentence to avoid confusion?

You have not provided a sentence to fix. Also, you say you treated a drug, but I suspect you actually treated a patient with a drug.

I would just say right out what you did. Adjectives are weak. Maybe "I treated the patient with drug A and then 72 hours later with drug B."

Sorry for a "sentence". It's a phrase.

Thanks for your comment but I want to use the drug regimen as a subject in a sentence.

Just like "Sequential administration (or injection) of A and B resulted in ~~~~."

Do you have any recommendations for this?