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The easiest way probably would be to call the guy, who wrote this (the phone number is usually written on it, and check with him, it looks like it is at least partially handwritten and poorly legible and guessing game is dangerous here.
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Explanation: This is a qualified guess :-) The closest word, and commonly used is "jiná" - but you need to provide some more context, or if that is not avalable examine the original closely - I expect it was handwritten...
webguru Local time: 10:04 Native speaker of: English, Slovak PRO pts in category: 4
Explanation: the word "jinak" is often used in drug prescriptions.
Igor Liba Slovakia Local time: 02:04 Specializes in field Native speaker of: Slovak PRO pts in category: 14
Notes to answerer
Asker: sorry! I selected the answer without comments! I've found out that DA was a typo for OA (osobní anamnéza) and they sent me the missing text, so that, with more context I could understand the whole sentence, it was really jinak, thank you!