Drug A is administered concurrently with or sequentially to Drug B.
I want to say in a formal manner that Drug A and Drug B are administered either at the same time or at different times, but I don’t want to say whether A or B comes first.
- What is the correct preposition after “sequentially”? “To”? “With”?
- If drug A is administered sequentially to Drug B, does that mean that Drug B is administered after drug A? If so, how can this be expressed without limiting the order.