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 Liposyn III 10%
Intravenous therapy (IV therapy or iv therapy in short) is the infusion of liquid substances directly into a vein. Intravenous simply means "within vein". Therapies administered intravenously are often called specialty pharmaceuticals. It is commonly referred to as a drip because many systems of administration employ a drip chamber, which prevents air from entering the blood stream (air embolism), and allows an estimation of flow rate. Intravenous therapy may be used to correct electrolyte im...
 Liposyn III 20%
Intravenous therapy (IV therapy or iv therapy in short) is the infusion of liquid substances directly into a vein. Intravenous simply means "within vein". Therapies administered intravenously are often called specialty pharmaceuticals. It is commonly referred to as a drip because many systems of administration employ a drip chamber, which prevents air from entering the blood stream (air embolism), and allows an estimation of flow rate. Intravenous therapy may be used to correct electrolyte im...
 Phenobarbital
Phenobarbital (INN) is a long-acting barbiturate and the most widely used anticonvulsant worldwide,[1] and the oldest still commonly used.[2] It also has sedative and hypnotic properties, but as with other barbiturates, it has been superseded by the benzodiazepines for these indications. The World Health Organization recommends its use as first-line for partial and generalized tonic–clonic seizures (those formerly known as grand mal) in developing countries. It is a core medicine in the...
Help! methadone dialated morphine somas
I need answers please! My mother just passed away and I believe it was from the medications she was on. She had lyme disease she said she was always in so much pain but I feel like she was on way too much medications. I believe that is what killed her..she was on methadone, morphine, dialoted, somas, sleeping pills, nerve pills. I want to know if these are even mixable? If this can cause death by taking it together? ## What have the doctors or coroners said was the cause of death? Without their agreement, you will have no case, regardless of your own suspicions. As to the Morphine, Methadone and Dilaudid, various pain medications are often used in combination, to give someone better pain control, when they suffer from a condition that causes severe, chronic pain. Are you also certain th... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Methadone.
Sat, Jul 06 '13, 6:05 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 211987
15mg Morphine Er
Has anyone had experience using this drug to slow or treat chronic diarrhea? I have short bowel syndrome and had 2 resections leaving me with the diarrhea. We are now trying different treatments. ## It does cause constipation, in some cases very severely, as a side effect, so it has been used for this and has worked for some people. The only way to see if it will work for you, however, is to actually try it. Are there any other questions or comments? ## Verwon is quite correct in asserting that morphine sulphate will cause a degree of constipation or, more in keeping with your problem, relief from diarrhoea. However the much weaker analgesic codeine phosphate is much more effective in that regard and even better is dihydrocodeine tartrate, possibly the most constipating opioid bar perha... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Tue, Jul 30 '13, 7:03 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 219932
 TedrigenTheodrine Ephedrine + Phenobarbital + Theophylline
Phenobarbital (INN) is a long-acting barbiturate and the most widely used anticonvulsant worldwide,[1] and the oldest still commonly used.[2] It also has sedative and hypnotic properties, but as with other barbiturates, it has been superseded by the benzodiazepines for these indications. The World Health Organization recommends its use as first-line for partial and generalized tonic–clonic seizures (those formerly known as grand mal) in developing countries. It is a core medicine in the...
 Thallous Chloride, Tl-201
Thallium(I) chloride is the chemical compound with the formula TlCl. This colourless solid is an intermediate in the isolation of thallium from its ores. Typically, an acidic solution of thallium(I) sulfate is treated with hydrochloric acid to precipitate insoluble thallium(I) chloride. This solid crystallizes in the caesium chloride motif.[2] The low solubility of TlCl is exploited in chemical synthesis: treatment of metal chloride complexes with TlPF6, gives the corresponding metal hexafluo...
the difference between dextroamphet and dextroamphetmine
my son was on Dexedrine and no longer is available was then prescribed zenzedi the pharmacy filled a generic brand named Dextroamphet which is generic for Adderall , not Dexedrine family,when I looked it up the generic brand for Dexedrine was Dextroamphetmine whats the difference? ## Hello, Yappi! How are you doing? There is no difference, the doctor or pharmacy just abbreviated the word Dextroamphetamine on the one. :-) It is the correct medication. Learn more Dexedrine details here. The generic for Adderall would actually contain mixed Amphetamine salts, which would be Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine. Learn more Adderall details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 10 months ago in Dexedrine.
Thu, Nov 14 '13, 1:45 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 255496
active ingrediants in sabroxin
i want to know what the active ingredients in sabroxin ## Do you mean Naproxen? If so Naproxen is an ingredient, which is used for the reduction of moderate to severe pain, fever, inflammation and stiffness caused by conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, gout, ankylosing spondylitis, menstrual cramps, tendinitis, bursitis, and the treatment of primary dysmenorrhea. To learn more click on the link below... If this is not correct plaese post back, so I can help you locate the right active ingredients. ## sabroxin to stop taking vicodein for my back i hearda bout this med sab to help me not take vicodein ...
Updated 4 years ago in Naproxen.
Sun, Dec 27 '09, 3:30 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 189762
oropram 20mg
My husband is taking half an oropram 20mg in mornings however he is completely dazed and not functioning at all. Is this reaction expected ? ## Oropram contains the active ingredient Citalopram, it is an SSRI class antidepressant and no, that is not normal. In relation to the normal side effects, they can include: drowsiness, nausea, weight gain and dizziness. However, being fully dazed and non-functional is not normal and his doctor should be contacted, this is probably not the correct medication to help him. Read more: Are there any other comments or questions? ## I have taken oropram 20mg in the past buat I have forgotten the starting dosages and when to increase it. Can you please guide me? Thanks ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Citalopram.
Wed, Sep 19 '12, 9:34 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 216242
side affect of nexito plus & nexito forte
I AM TAKING NEXITO PLUS ON PRESCRIPTION FOR PAST TEN DAYS AND NOW NEXITO FORTE FOR LAST TWO DAYS.WILL IT AFFECT MY 11 MONTH OLD BABY AS SHE STILL BREAST FEED ONCE OR TWICE A DAY. ## hi doctor i an suffering from aunxity neurosis from last 2 years, from past 2 year i am taking nexito forte tablet.. when i take tablet i feel comfortable... i want to stop the tablet,, one day i will not taken the tablet, in morning i feel very horrible,, and i cant talk correctly,, please suggest me how can i lead my life without taking this tablet ... ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Mon, Apr 29 '13, 9:23 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 237321
 Ibutilide
Ibutilide is a Class III antiarrhythmic agent that is indicated for acute cardioconversion of atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter of a recent onset to sinus rhythm. It exerts its antiarrhythmic effect by induction of slow inward sodium current, which prolongs action potential and refractory period (physiology) of myocardial cells. Because of its Class III antiarrhythmic activity, there should not be concomitant administration of Class Ia and Class III agents. Ibutilide is marketed as Corve...
Morphine and Prednesone
My rheumatologist gave me prednesone 10 mg Q.D My Primary (PCP) gave me morphine sulfate 15 mg S.R. T.I.D I recently was on methadone and prednesone, but I believe one cancelled out the other, or so it seemed to me. I so far do not think this will happen with the morphine and prednesone, but I have only been on the morphine four days. Is ths in the literature? (methadone canceling prednesone ) Thanks for any infrmation ## Hello, Larney! How are you feeling? Yes, you are correct. Prednisone is known to decrease the effect of Methadone due to its effect on a certain intestinal/hepatic enzyme. However, there is no such interaction listed between it and the Morphine. Learn more Prednisone details here. Learn more Morphine details here. The Morphine, however, is a narcotic opiate, so it has ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Mon, Sep 30 '13, 9:25 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 252853
Medi Slim
iam using medislim powder from past one month but no difference , what could be the reason ## Medi Slim is a nutritional supplement product, which means that it is actually not proven to help with anything, including weight loss, even though they claim that it does. The ingredients listed for it are: Maltodextrin, sugar, skimmed milk powder, Inulin, whey protein concentrate, soya protein isolate, malt extract, oat fiber, fructose, dextrose, cellulose gel powder, hydroxycitric acid (HCA), corn syrup solid powder , xanthan gum, carageenan, and vanilla flavor. (Vitamins, minerals) Vitamin A acetate, vitamin D, tocopheryl acetate, ascorbic acid, folic acid, thiamine hydrochloride, riboflavine, niacinamide, pyridoxine hydrochloride, cyanocobalamin, calcium pantothenate, calcium carbonate, fe... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Vitamin A.
Wed, Nov 06 '13, 3:00 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 219362
What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus.
What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus at the moment I am using Prexum Plus can i change to Prexum.Regards Janowell. ## i use prexum and ridaq together the pharmacist gave me prexum plus and said it will be fine i just want to make sure before i drink it that it wont be to strong ## What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus? I am on Prexum Plus and have been told to switch to Prexum in order to loose excess water. Is that correct? ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Thu, Mar 21 '13, 1:49 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 217120
Identify a pill by shape and color
round, blue, with an S on each side ## FOOTBALL SHAPE, COLOR PEACH , NUMBER C04 ONE SIDE, 77 OTHER SIDE ## Grady, Located a match to a peach colored pill with C04 on one side and LL on the other. This pill is Simvastatin 40 mg, which is used to control hypercholesterolemia (elevated cholesterol levels) and to prevent cardiovascular disease. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## That is correct ...
Updated 4 years ago in Simvastatin.
Tue, Apr 20 '10, 11:18 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 203319
acetaminophen, gualfensin, dextromethorphan, phenylephrine
yellow caplet for allergies & sinus pressure ## Can you take this caplet when you are on BP meds? I have been hit hard with sinus and chest congestion-usually takes several antibiotics to get over this-get it every year-lasts1-2-4 wks. I take lisinopril20mg with 12.5mg Hcthz and 5 mg Bystolic once a day. ## For anyone else seeking such information, the problematic medication in this may be the Phenylephrine, it can raise blood pressure and heart rate, so it must be used very cautiously if you have high blood pressure or a cardiac condition. Learn more Phenylephrine details here. Therefore, I'd advise checking with your doctor, before taking it, to be on the safe side. Alternatively, there are some available that are specifically made for people with hypertension, such as Coricid... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Acetaminophen.
Tue, May 21 '13, 2:47 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 176371
betametasona clotrimazol gentamicina use for rash caused by Ibuprofin
I used this cream for an allergic reaction to an antibiotic a few months ago at the suggestion of a pharmacist. (I livein Mexico). Now I have an allergic reaction to Ibuprofen that looks the same - red blotches on my face and chest. Will it work for this, too? ## Hi Lilly, Based on my research, Clotrimazole/betamethasone cream can be used to relieve redness, itching, and swelling due to infection. It is a combination of an anti fungal and corticosteroid- which can help to reduce inflammation and help prevent the release of symptom-causing chemicals due to an allergic reaction. Antibiotics are very strong in relation to Ibuprofen, therefore, if this cream worked for a reaction you had to an antibiotic I imagine that it could also help you with the allergic reaction that Ibuprofen caused.... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Ibuprofen.
Fri, Jun 21 '13, 3:20 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 247579
M on one side 751 on the other
orange round pill with 751 on it ## wanted to know what is a small orange pill with M on one side and 751 on the other. thank you ## What is M on one side 751 on the other yellow/orange small pill ## what is the pill with m 751 on it ## wanted to know what it is ## It is Cyclobenzapr. That is generic for Flexeril which is a muscle relaxer. I am currently taking those for my back. ## I am sorry I cut off the last part of the name of the pill. It is Cyclobenzaprine. ## Steven is correct, this is Cyclobenzaprine 10mgs, generic for the muscle relaxant Flexeril. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Flexeril.
Sat, Feb 23 '08, 12:42 PM   7  Subscribe to thread 161947
side effects of bu
I am a 69 year old male who experienced upper gastric pain and was prescribed Mucosta t.i.d. times 7 days. After the very first dose of 1 tablet I began serious side effects: hypertension, constipation, inability to concentrate and panic attacks related to my inability to stop the effect of the drug. Depression and inability to experience happiness, or pleasure. I suspect my hypersensitivity may be related to the fact that I have genetically evolved essential tremor for which I have taken Corgard/Nadalol 40 mg for the past 20 years. WHAT IS THE HALF LIFE of Mucosta? I was given a 40 mg dose of Pantoloc which I also stopped taking after the first pill. I switched back to Omeprazole 20 mg which I took before with no problems and it seems to have ended the gastric pain. ...
Updated 11 months ago in Corgard.
Sun, Oct 06 '13, 8:20 PM   0 

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