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 Benadryl Allergy Cold Acetaminophen + Diphenhydramine + Pseudoephedrine
Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is a brand name antihistamine (allergy medicine) marketed over-the-counter by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Before 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.[1][2] Benadryl was first synthesized by George Rieveschl and first made publicly available through prescription in 1946.[3] Benadryl contains one of several antihistamines and is used for the temporary relief of seasonal and perennial allergy symptoms. Benadryl is ...
 Benadryl Allergy Congestion Diphenhydramine + Pseudoephedrine
Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is a brand name antihistamine (allergy medicine) marketed over-the-counter by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Before 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.[1][2] Benadryl was first synthesized by George Rieveschl and first made publicly available through prescription in 1946.[3] Benadryl contains one of several antihistamines and is used for the temporary relief of seasonal and perennial allergy symptoms. Benadryl is ...
dosage and equivallancy
I recently, had my med changed from vicodin 7.5mg 5xqd to lortab 10-500mg tablet. 5xqd question is, "Is the lortab a higher dose of medication than the vicodin. ## Lortab and Vicodin both contain Hydrocodone, a synthetic opiate or opioid, as their narcotic analgesic. As such, your dosage strength increase is only in the amount of pills you are now taking, not in the opioid ingredient. Oxycodone, used in Percocets and OxyContin, is slightly stronger . . . a 5/325 Perc is equivalent to a 7.5 Lortab. I am not gonna go into the added NSAIDs like THVQEDylenol, ASAP, or aspirin on this question. The best of luck and the least of pain to you . . . Q ## Vicodin and Lortab both contain Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone, so you were taking 7.5mgs of the Hydrocodone and your dosage has been raised... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Lortab.
Fri, Sep 07 '12, 9:56 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 235252
 Benadryl Cold NightTime Formula Acetaminophen + Diphenhydramine + Pseudoephedrine
Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is a brand name antihistamine (allergy medicine) marketed over-the-counter by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Before 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.[1][2] Benadryl was first synthesized by George Rieveschl and first made publicly available through prescription in 1946.[3] Benadryl contains one of several antihistamines and is used for the temporary relief of seasonal and perennial allergy symptoms. Benadryl is ...
 Plumbism
An antidote is a substance which can counteract a form of poisoning.[1] The term ultimately derives from the Greek αντιδιδοναι antididonai, "given against". The antidotes for some particular toxins are manufactured by injecting the toxin into an animal in small doses and extracting the resulting antibodies from the host animals' blood. This results in an antivenom that can be used to counteract poison produced by certain species of snakes...
 Antidotes
An antidote is a substance which can counteract a form of poisoning.[1] The term ultimately derives from the Greek αντιδιδοναι antididonai, "given against". The antidotes for some particular toxins are manufactured by injecting the toxin into an animal in small doses and extracting the resulting antibodies from the host animals' blood. This results in an antivenom that can be used to counteract poison produced by certain species of snakes...
 Saturnism
An antidote is a substance which can counteract a form of poisoning.[1] The term ultimately derives from the Greek αντιδιδοναι antididonai, "given against". The antidotes for some particular toxins are manufactured by injecting the toxin into an animal in small doses and extracting the resulting antibodies from the host animals' blood. This results in an antivenom that can be used to counteract poison produced by certain species of snakes...
 Diphenhydramine + Pseudoephedrine
Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is a brand name antihistamine (allergy medicine) marketed over-the-counter by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Before 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.[1][2] Benadryl was first synthesized by George Rieveschl and first made publicly available through prescription in 1946.[3] Benadryl contains one of several antihistamines and is used for the temporary relief of seasonal and perennial allergy symptoms. Benadryl is ...
 Hydrargyria
An antidote is a substance which can counteract a form of poisoning.[1] The term ultimately derives from the Greek αντιδιδοναι antididonai, "given against". The antidotes for some particular toxins are manufactured by injecting the toxin into an animal in small doses and extracting the resulting antibodies from the host animals' blood. This results in an antivenom that can be used to counteract poison produced by certain species of snakes...
 Mercurialism
An antidote is a substance which can counteract a form of poisoning.[1] The term ultimately derives from the Greek αντιδιδοναι antididonai, "given against". The antidotes for some particular toxins are manufactured by injecting the toxin into an animal in small doses and extracting the resulting antibodies from the host animals' blood. This results in an antivenom that can be used to counteract poison produced by certain species of snakes...
pantocid dsr / Omez 20mg
I am taking omez 20mg from last more than 10 years. Now Dr. prescribed me for Pantocid dsr for 10 days . tell me the side effects of this medicine. ## I am taking indocap 25mg/75mg from last more than 5-6 years. tell me the side effects of this medicine. ## This medication is unavailable in the U.S. and I am sorry to say that other countries do not regulate their prescription drugs as strictly as the FDA does. That said, finding information on them is very difficult, since there are no databases which list them all, like there are for U.S. prescription drugs. The only thing I can suggest is that you try asking your doctor or pharmacist for more information. ## I am taking omez 20mg from last more than 1 year. Now Dr. rescribed me for Pantocid for 10 days . tell me the side effects of th... ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Tue, Dec 06 '11, 3:27 AM   6  Subscribe to thread 176959
 Metal Poisoning
An antidote is a substance which can counteract a form of poisoning.[1] The term ultimately derives from the Greek αντιδιδοναι antididonai, "given against". The antidotes for some particular toxins are manufactured by injecting the toxin into an animal in small doses and extracting the resulting antibodies from the host animals' blood. This results in an antivenom that can be used to counteract poison produced by certain species of snakes...
 Benadryl Children's Allergy/Cold Fastmelt Diphenhydramine + Pseudoephedrine
Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is a brand name antihistamine (allergy medicine) marketed over-the-counter by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Before 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.[1][2] Benadryl was first synthesized by George Rieveschl and first made publicly available through prescription in 1946.[3] Benadryl contains one of several antihistamines and is used for the temporary relief of seasonal and perennial allergy symptoms. Benadryl is ...
 Amturnide Amlodipine + Aliskiren + Hydrochlorothiazide
The drug combination aliskiren/amlodipine/hydrochlorothiazide (INNs, trade name Amturnide) is an antihypertensive approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on December 21, 2010.[1] References ^ Amturnide approval letter. U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). External links Amturnide full prescribing information v t e Antihypertensives: agents acting on the renin–angiotensin system (C09) ACE inhibitors ("-pril") Sulfhydryl-containing: Captopr...
Small oval yellow pill marked "C O"
Hi, I am currently recovering from surgery in Thailand and needed more xanax to sleep, so went to a pharmacy. She described these pills as being similar to xanax, but I can't find any info on them. They are about 0.8cm long, 0.4cm in width. Scored on one side, "C O" on the other, pale yellow and convex on both sides. ## I'm sorry, but I haven't been able to find any listings for these, either. The identity of foreign pills can be difficult to find, since the are not regulated as strictly as those in the U.S. Have you tried asking the pharmacist for most specifics on exactly what they contain? They may be Clonazepam, with the CO on them, but I can't be certain of that. It is a Benzodiazepine, so the same drug class as Xanax. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Xanax.
Wed, Feb 16 '11, 5:56 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 214199
Etron 500
deseo saber que contiene y para que sirve! ## Etron contiene el ingrediente activo metronidazol, que es un antibiótico que es principalmente eficaz contra las bacterias anaeróbicas. La dosificación puede variar, sin embargo, dependiendo de la condición a tratar y puede variar de 2 a 4, tomada a diario. Learn more Etron details here. ¿En qué condiciones está usando para tratar? ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Thu, Sep 27 '12, 3:47 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 236039
Roxy 20 Mg
Freind is getting roxy 20s this morn, but I've never heard of them..... Do they exist? ## The 20mg Oxycodone is only available in the time released formulation that's sold under the name brand Oxycontin. Learn more Oxycodone details here. My information is only relevant to the U.S., but here there is no regular or instant release available in 20mgs. Are there any other questions? ## Thank you....she turned out to be full of it, they were roxys, but they were only 10mg...she was trying to get $10 each.... I was fine with that if they was 20s, but not 10 for 10 and she knew that so she tried to say they were 20s..... Nasty.... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Nov 28 '12, 12:24 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 239025
 Victoza Liraglutide
Liraglutide (NN2211), marketed under the brand name Victoza, is a long-acting glucagon-like peptide-1 agonist (GLP-1 agonist) developed by Novo Nordisk for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. The product was approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) on July 3, 2009, and by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on January 25, 2010.[1][2][3][4][5] Liraglutide is marketed under the brandname Victoza in the U.S., India, Canada, Europe and Japan. It has been launched in Germany, Denmark,...
Skin rash, shoulder and arm pain, difficulty swallowing
Hello, my wife began a rash on her hand that spread to the arm and then the other arm, neck, and upper chest. Deep pain and weakness began about 2 weeks into the rash. Doctors were consulted in Comoros where we live, blood tests done. Even the doctors said testing is not good here so we traveled to Nairobi. 2 doctors, several blood tests and meds later she is still not well. Latest doc says muscle infection and prescribed Prednisone and Nexium. We are concerned about steroid side effects. Doc prescribed these because of a CPK level of 616. Thank you for any advice! ## Hello Chris! Who is your wife doing? What did they give her for the infection? Is she on an antibiotic? The steroid can cause some side effects, such as nausea, elevated blood pressure, acne and fluid retention, but usuall... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Prednisone.
Thu, Jul 24 '14, 6:24 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 263778
 Liraglutide
Liraglutide (NN2211), marketed under the brand name Victoza, is a long-acting glucagon-like peptide-1 agonist (GLP-1 agonist) developed by Novo Nordisk for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. The product was approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) on July 3, 2009, and by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on January 25, 2010.[1][2][3][4][5] Liraglutide is marketed under the brandname Victoza in the U.S., India, Canada, Europe and Japan. It has been launched in Germany, Denmark,...

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