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Dionorm m
I am taking amlong 5 and Ramistar 5 for high blood pressure and Dionorm m for diebetes (170-190) from last seven years. can I take it continuously ## Hello, Rana! How are you? You should take the medications as instructed by your doctor, for as long as they tell you that they are necessary. Yes, there can be some slight risks associated with the long-term use of any medication, but your risks would be far greater if you don't keep your medical conditions under control. Are there any other questions or concerns? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Blood Pressure.
Tue, Dec 31 '13, 11:45 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 251839
mosigor vita
indications,and contraindication of mosigor vita ## i need ths for my study ## Mosegor Vita is a vitamin supplement, it is used for people who are suffering ill effects from deficiencies in B vitamins. Pizotifen hydrogen maleate 0.5 mg, vit B1 3 mg, vit B2 3.2 mg, vit B6 2.4 mg, nicotinamide 19 mg. Per 5 mL syr pizotifen hydrogen maleate 0.25 mg, vit B1 0.7 mg, vit B2 1.14 mg, vit B6 0.7 mg, nicotinamide 5 mg. As to contra-indications, it may enhance the sedative effects of CNS depressants, alcohol and antihistamines. Side effects may include: nausea, nervousness, dizziness and constipation. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## can mosegor be used for migraine? ## what is the best vitamins that can make person chubby ## i think exedrine is better for migraine. ## im curious as... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Thu, Aug 30 '12, 11:39 AM   6  Subscribe to thread 184048
 Posicor Mibefradil
Mibefradil (Posicor) is a drug for the treatment of hypertension and chronic angina pectoris. It belongs to a group known as calcium channel blockers. It is nonselective.[1] On June 8, 1998, Roche announced the voluntary withdrawal of the drug from the market, one year after approval by the FDA, due to the potential for drug interactions, some of them deadly, which may occur when it is taken together with some other medications. [2] References ^ Bezprozvanny I, Tsien RW (September 1995). ...
copd
how can you improve breathing if your lung function is only 19% ## Your best bet is to usually follow the instructions and information for treatment options provided by your doctor. There is some great information on the disease and management here: Does anyone else have any advice? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lungs (Pulmonary).
Sat, Jun 26 '10, 2:02 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 205731
 Pamprin Acetaminophen + Pamabrom + Pyrilamine
Midol is a brand of an over-the-counter drug for menstrual cramping and other effects related to premenstrual syndrome and menstruation. Midol is distributed by Bayer. Midol was originally sold in 1911 as a headache and toothache remedy that was considered safer because it did not use the narcotics typically used at the time.[1] It was then promoted as a cure for hiccups claiming it controlled spasms, and finally as a remedy for menstrual cramps and bloating.[2][3][4][5] A formulation sold in...
 Baci-IM Bacitracin
Bacitracin is a mixture of related cyclic polypeptides produced by organisms of the licheniformis group of Bacillus subtilis var Tracy, first isolated in 1945. These peptides disrupt both gram positive and gram negative bacteria by interfering with cell wall and peptidoglycan synthesis. Bacitracin is used as a topical preparation (since it is toxic and has poor oral bioavailability). In terms of adverse reactions only, in comparison with bacitracin, white petrolatum possesses an equally low i...
 Baci-RX Bacitracin
Bacitracin is a mixture of related cyclic polypeptides produced by organisms of the licheniformis group of Bacillus subtilis var Tracy, first isolated in 1945. These peptides disrupt both gram positive and gram negative bacteria by interfering with cell wall and peptidoglycan synthesis. Bacitracin is used as a topical preparation (since it is toxic and has poor oral bioavailability). In terms of adverse reactions only, in comparison with bacitracin, white petrolatum possesses an equally low i...
 AK-Tracin Bacitracin
Bacitracin is a mixture of related cyclic polypeptides produced by organisms of the licheniformis group of Bacillus subtilis var Tracy, first isolated in 1945. These peptides disrupt both gram positive and gram negative bacteria by interfering with cell wall and peptidoglycan synthesis. Bacitracin is used as a topical preparation (since it is toxic and has poor oral bioavailability). In terms of adverse reactions only, in comparison with bacitracin, white petrolatum possesses an equally low i...
 Ocutricin Bacitracin + Neomycin + Polymyxin B
Bacitracin is a mixture of related cyclic polypeptides produced by organisms of the licheniformis group of Bacillus subtilis var Tracy, first isolated in 1945. These peptides disrupt both gram positive and gram negative bacteria by interfering with cell wall and peptidoglycan synthesis. Bacitracin is used as a topical preparation (since it is toxic and has poor oral bioavailability). In terms of adverse reactions only, in comparison with bacitracin, white petrolatum possesses an equally low i...
 Bacitracin
Bacitracin is a mixture of related cyclic polypeptides produced by organisms of the licheniformis group of Bacillus subtilis var Tracy, first isolated in 1945. These peptides disrupt both gram positive and gram negative bacteria by interfering with cell wall and peptidoglycan synthesis. Bacitracin is used as a topical preparation (since it is toxic and has poor oral bioavailability). In terms of adverse reactions only, in comparison with bacitracin, white petrolatum possesses an equally low i...
 Mycitracin Bacitracin + Neomycin + Polymyxin B
Bacitracin is a mixture of related cyclic polypeptides produced by organisms of the licheniformis group of Bacillus subtilis var Tracy, first isolated in 1945. These peptides disrupt both gram positive and gram negative bacteria by interfering with cell wall and peptidoglycan synthesis. Bacitracin is used as a topical preparation (since it is toxic and has poor oral bioavailability). In terms of adverse reactions only, in comparison with bacitracin, white petrolatum possesses an equally low i...
 Ocu-Tracin Bacitracin
Bacitracin is a mixture of related cyclic polypeptides produced by organisms of the licheniformis group of Bacillus subtilis var Tracy, first isolated in 1945. These peptides disrupt both gram positive and gram negative bacteria by interfering with cell wall and peptidoglycan synthesis. Bacitracin is used as a topical preparation (since it is toxic and has poor oral bioavailability). In terms of adverse reactions only, in comparison with bacitracin, white petrolatum possesses an equally low i...
 Ak-Poly-Bac Bacitracin + Polymyxin B
Bacitracin is a mixture of related cyclic polypeptides produced by organisms of the licheniformis group of Bacillus subtilis var Tracy, first isolated in 1945. These peptides disrupt both gram positive and gram negative bacteria by interfering with cell wall and peptidoglycan synthesis. Bacitracin is used as a topical preparation (since it is toxic and has poor oral bioavailability). In terms of adverse reactions only, in comparison with bacitracin, white petrolatum possesses an equally low i...
 Sporanox Itraconazole
Itraconazole (R51211), invented in 1984, is a triazole antifungal agent prescribed to patients with fungal infections. The drug may be given orally or intravenously. Contents 1 Medical uses 1.1 Available forms 2 Adverse effects 2.1 Interactions 3 Mechanism of action 4 Pharmacokinetics 5 See also 6 Footnotes 7 External links Medical uses Itraconazole has a broader spectrum of activity than fluconazole (but not as broad as voriconazole or posaconazole). In particular, it is ac...
 ADD / ADHD
Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is one of the three subtypes of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The term was formally changed in 1994 in the new Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fourth edition (DSM-IV) to "ADHD predominantly inattentive" (ADHD-PI or ADHD-I), though the term attention deficit disorder is still widely used. ADD is similar to the other subtypes of ADHD in that it is characterized primarily by inattention, easy distractibility, disorganizat...
Damazipan
I am looking for a name for a drug i was on so to explain to a doctor the drug was called damarzipan spelling not brilliant for depression ## Based on the spelling, I believe the medication you are referring to is called Diazepam. It is commonly used for treating anxiety, insomnia, seizures, muscle spasms, restless legs syndrome, obsessive compulsive disorder, alcohol withdrawal, benzodiazepine withdrawal, and Ménière's disease. Do any of these indications sound familiar at all? You can view a detailed description of the drug by clicking on the link below... Let me know if this is not the name of your medication and I can look into other possibilities. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Diazepam.
Wed, Aug 10 '11, 1:54 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 221151
Mazon
I was born in 1942 and used Mazon from when I was 7 or so until I was in my late teens and the first cortisone ointment became available -- tiny amount for a high price and wonderful performance. When I was using Mazon I was using a huge amount, as I had horrible rash over much of my body for long periods, and sometimes secondary infections. Mazon did seem to reduce the itching and the rash. I've always wondered how much mercury was in it and it its accumulation had something to due with my mental instability then and subsequently. Mad as a hatter, at times, I think. I have no desire to sue anybody or anything like that, but I certainty went overboard in using it when the eczema was bad. (On the other side of the coin, my inability to wear wool, esp. wool socks, kept me out of the Viet ...
Updated 21 days ago in Cortisone.
Mon, Aug 11 '14, 12:58 PM   0 
 Intralipid 10%
Lipid emulsion or fat emulsion (the first brand name being Intralipid) is a fat emulsion for human use, approved in 1962 in Europe and invented by Professor Arvid Wretlind, Sweden. The FDA initially would not approve the product due to prior experience with another fat emulsion. It was approved in the United States in 1972. It is used as a component of parenteral nutrition for patients who are unable to get nutrition via an oral diet. It is an emulsion of soy bean oil, egg phospholipids and g...
 Intralipid 20%
Lipid emulsion or fat emulsion (the first brand name being Intralipid) is a fat emulsion for human use, approved in 1962 in Europe and invented by Professor Arvid Wretlind, Sweden. The FDA initially would not approve the product due to prior experience with another fat emulsion. It was approved in the United States in 1972. It is used as a component of parenteral nutrition for patients who are unable to get nutrition via an oral diet. It is an emulsion of soy bean oil, egg phospholipids and g...
 Intralipid 30%
Lipid emulsion or fat emulsion (the first brand name being Intralipid) is a fat emulsion for human use, approved in 1962 in Europe and invented by Professor Arvid Wretlind, Sweden. The FDA initially would not approve the product due to prior experience with another fat emulsion. It was approved in the United States in 1972. It is used as a component of parenteral nutrition for patients who are unable to get nutrition via an oral diet. It is an emulsion of soy bean oil, egg phospholipids and g...

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