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 Sorbitol
Sorbitol, also known as glucitol, is a sugar alcohol with a sweet taste which the human body metabolizes slowly. It can be obtained by reduction of glucose, changing the aldehyde group to a hydroxyl group. Most sorbitol is made from corn syrup, but it is also found in apples, pears, peaches, and prunes.[1] It is converted to fructose by Sorbitol-6-phosphate 2-dehydrogenase. Sorbitol is an isomer of mannitol, another sugar alcohol; the two differ only in the orientation of the hydroxyl group o...
sorbifer
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reason prescribed ## I lack iron. Sorbifer tabs were recommended but they make me feel drained. ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Wed, May 06 '09, 3:32 PM
vi-sorbin
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liquid sold at feed stores for horses. ...
Updated 9 years ago.
Wed, Mar 22 '06, 7:28 AM
Sorbisine
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i just want to know what is the use of the sorbisine tablets?it is like a cortal also? ## I am sorry, I have never seen this medication mentioned, before and I cannot locate any information on it. Are you certain of the name and spelling? Cortal contains the active ingredient Aspirin, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Learn more: ...
Updated 4 years ago in Aspirin.
Sat, Feb 19 '11, 6:11 PM
 Sorbitrate Isosorbide Dinitrate, ISDN
Isosorbide dinitrate, ISDN, is a nitrate used pharmacologically as a vasodilator for angina (heart-related chest pain), congestive heart failure, and esophageal spasms.[1] Isosorbide dinitrate is sold in the USA under the brand names Dilatrate-SR by Schwarz and Isordil by Valeant, according to FDA Orange Book. In the United Kingdom, Argentina, and Hong Kong, a trade name of it is Isoket. It is also a component of BiDil. It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines, the...
 Sorbitrate SA Isosorbide Dinitrate, ISDN
Isosorbide dinitrate, ISDN, is a nitrate used pharmacologically as a vasodilator for angina (heart-related chest pain), congestive heart failure, and esophageal spasms.[1] Isosorbide dinitrate is sold in the USA under the brand names Dilatrate-SR by Schwarz and Isordil by Valeant, according to FDA Orange Book. In the United Kingdom, Argentina, and Hong Kong, a trade name of it is Isoket. It is also a component of BiDil. It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines, the...
Sorbisine Tablet
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What is this drug used for? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Apr 03 '12, 5:39 AM
What Is Sorbisine
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what really is sorbisine for; I was given it for my stomach problems, but info in the internet says it is for women's problem, especially for pregnant women ## I'm sorry, but I can't find any information on a medication under this name, or something similar. What country is from? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sat, Jan 14 '12, 12:37 PM
 Sorbitol-Mannitol Mannitol + Sorbitol
Mannitol (also referred to as mannite or manna sugar)[1] is a white, crystalline solid[2] that looks and tastes sweet like sucrose. It was originally isolated from the secretions of the flowering ash and called manna after its resemblance to the Biblical food. In plants it is used to alleviate osmotic stress. Mannitol has several industrial uses, but is mainly used to produce tablets of medicine. Its fetal safety is "C" (FDA pregnancy category: risk not ruled out) in Briggs' Reference Guide t...
sorbitol solution
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what is the drug meant to cure ## contraindicatios,dossage,frequency ...
Updated 5 years ago in Sorbitol.
Wed, May 19 '10, 2:04 AM
 Mannitol + Sorbitol
Mannitol (also referred to as mannite or manna sugar)[1] is a white, crystalline solid[2] that looks and tastes sweet like sucrose. It was originally isolated from the secretions of the flowering ash and called manna after its resemblance to the Biblical food. In plants it is used to alleviate osmotic stress. Mannitol has several industrial uses, but is mainly used to produce tablets of medicine. Its fetal safety is "C" (FDA pregnancy category: risk not ruled out) in Briggs' Reference Guide t...
use of sorbidiol 300
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My liver size is normal but fatty doctor has advised me to take sorbidiol300 is it ok I have stones in gall bladder ...
Updated 1 month ago.
Fri, May 29 '15, 12:33 AM
 Sorbitrate Chewable Isosorbide Dinitrate, ISDN
Isosorbide dinitrate, ISDN, is a nitrate used pharmacologically as a vasodilator for angina (heart-related chest pain), congestive heart failure, and esophageal spasms.[1] Isosorbide dinitrate is sold in the USA under the brand names Dilatrate-SR by Schwarz and Isordil by Valeant, according to FDA Orange Book. In the United Kingdom, Argentina, and Hong Kong, a trade name of it is Isoket. It is also a component of BiDil. It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines, the...
sorbitol in niquitin gum
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My husband has been taking niquitin gum, about twelve daily and has been suffering frequent loose bowel movements. I think this may be due to Surbiton but he doesn't believe me, any advice or confirmation that this could be the cause of the symptoms ## Hello, Lesley! How is your husband doing? And yes, sorbitol can do that, it has actually even been used as a laxative in higher amounts. But in people that chew a lot of sugar free gum that contains it, sorbitol has been known to cause severe diarrhea with rapid weight loss. He should double check with his doctor to ascertain if it is the cause, but there's a very good chance that it is. Are there any other questions or concerns? ## Thanks for your reply. My husband has been chewing a lot of gum lately to combat nicotine withdrawa... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Sorbitol.
Sun, Apr 27 '14, 1:42 AM
sorbitol solution usp 70% w/w
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liquid ## How many spoonfulls are in 30mL? ## A teaspoon is considered to be 5mls, so you'd get about 6 out of 30mls. Learn more Sorbitol details here. Sorbitol is usually used as a laxative, though it has quite a few other uses, as well. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Can you take it orally ...
Updated 5 months ago in Sorbitol.
Sat, Jan 03 '15, 4:13 PM
Content of Sorbitrate .......is it a drug or herbs?
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How does sorbitrate made for. Is it a drug or is it a herbs? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Sorbitrate.
Thu, Sep 08 '11, 11:28 PM
Addition of Sorbitol-Mannitol in medications is making me sicker!!!
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I am so frustrated with drug companies adding sugar alcohols like sorbitol and mannitol in medicines. I have been taking Prilosec for gastritis for about 10 months. My doctor asked that the pharmacist give me an rx (for gastritis) that does not contain sorbitol. I have been taking the Prilosec for over 1 month and I am still having my symptoms. I just check the ingredients and it contains mannitol which is just like sorbitol. WHY is this allowed in medicine. There are a huge number of people (especially those with irritable bowel syndrome) who are becoming sicker because sorbitol and mannitol causes gastritis issues with them and others like me who get extremely sick (and dehydrated) with just a little bit of this! It is extremely dangerous for young children and the elderly. How can I ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Sorbitol-Mannitol.
Fri, Aug 23 '13, 5:31 PM
mechanism of action of cyproheptadine hydrochloride sorbitol solution
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how does cyproheptadine hydrochloride and sorbitol function in humanbody? And what's the indication of this very medicine? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Cyproheptadine.
Sun, Sep 08 '13, 10:12 AM
sugar alcohol
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sorbitol ...
Updated 9 years ago in Sorbitol.
Sat, Jan 28 '06, 7:36 AM
Iso monotrate
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Is iso monotrate and isosorbide monotrate can be subsitude with each other? It means that can I take iso sorbide monotrate in place of iso monotrate. ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Fri, Aug 05 '11, 6:04 AM


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