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Syringomylia
I was advised by Nuero doctor to use STROCIT - 500mg twice a day to counter the effects of SYRINGOMYLIA a nueral disorder. This was suggested to me after three nuero surgeries in a span of 23 years and the latest one being STEM CELL therapy during 2010. The other two surgeries are a) Peritonial shunt during 1988 and b) laminectamy during 1993. Please let me know any other proven treatments to counter SYRINGOMYLIA by which I am suffering badly for following - Unable to speak properly. - Difficulty in swallowing. - Double vision. - Unable to feel heat, cold and pain above waist level. With the usage of STROCIT MY GENERAL HEALTH IS SLIGHTLY IMPROVNG. ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sun, Oct 09 '11, 11:57 PM   0 
immuzinc drops
mechanism of action, indication, contraindication,adverse effects and nusing consideration. ## what is indication for immuzinc drops? ## good ## what is the adverse reaction for immuzinc drops? ## Manufacturer Medlink Distributor Metro Drug Contents Zn sulfate (syr 55 mg/5 mL:equiv to elemental Zn 20 mg; drops 27.5 mg/mL: equiv to elemental Zn 10 mg) Indications Helps stimulate the activities of many enzymes, promoting normal biochemical reactions in the body. Adequate daily zinc supplementation helps strengthen the immune system. Supports normal growth & development. Also helps in the management of acute diarrhea in infants & chldn. Dosage Syr Childn 4-8 yr ¼ tsp; 9-13 yr ½ tsp. Drops Infant & childn 7 mth-3 yr 0.5 mL. All doses to be taken once daily.... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Enzymes.
Sat, Aug 27 '11, 8:13 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 177050
Sinutab
Used since mid 1970s .As a child was in the doctor's office frequently with a terrible headache . Exam , X Ray from several different Doctors, no help. Friend gave me a Sinutab for my headache and was gone in 30 min. Now can't find the medicine. ## Hello, Doug! How are you? The original Sinutab from back then contained Acetaminophen and Pseudoephedrine, this combination is still available in several products, both name brand and store brands/generics, but you have to ask for them at the pharmacy counter, now. Your purchase will also require valid identification and you'll have to sign for it. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Sinutab Sinus Maximum Strength Without Drowsiness.
Wed, Feb 26 '14, 10:11 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 257262
 Jublia Efinaconazole
Efinaconazole (trade name Jublia) is a triazole antifungal. It is approved for use in Canada and the USA as a 10% topical solution for the treatment of onychomycosis (fungal infection of the nail).[1][2] Efinaconazole acts as a 14α-demethylase inhibitor.[3][4] References ^ Patel T, Dhillon S (Nov 2013). "Efinaconazole: first global approval". Drugs 73 (17): 1977–1983. doi:10.1007/s40265-013-0152-x. PMID24249649. ^ Tschen EH, Bucko AD, Oizumi N, Kawabata H, Olin JT, Pillai R (Fe...
 Topamax Topiramate
Topiramate (brand name Topamax) is an anticonvulsant (antiepilepsy) drug. In late 2012, topiramate was approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in combination with phentermine for weight loss. The drug had previously been used off-label for this purpose. Topiramate was originally produced by Ortho-McNeil Neurologics and Noramco, Inc., both divisions of the Johnson & Johnson Corporation. This medication was discovered in 1979 by Bruce E. Maryanoff and Joseph F. Gard...
 Dolobid Diflunisal
Diflunisal is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It was developed by Merck Sharp & Dohme in 1971 after showing promise in a research project studying more potent chemical analogs of aspirin.[1] It was first sold under the brand name Dolobid, marketed by Merck & Co., but generic versions are now widely available. It is available in 250mg and 500mg tablets. A clinical trial of this potential treatment for transthyretin-related hereditary amyloidosis concluded in late 2013 w...
 Trusopt Dorzolamide
Dorzolamide (trade name Trusopt) is a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor. It is an anti-glaucoma agent, and acts by decreasing the production of aqueous humour.[1] It is optically applied in the form of a 2% eye drops.[2] Contents 1 History 2 Uses 3 Pharmacodynamics 4 Side effects 5 References 6 Further reading History This drug, developed by Merck, was the first drug in human therapy (market introduction 1995) which resulted from structure-based drug design. It was developed to circumv...
 Ontak Denileukin Deftitox
Denileukin diftitox (trade name Ontak) is an antineoplastic agent, an engineered protein combining Interleukin-2 and Diphtheria toxin. This can bind to Interleukin-2 receptors[1] and introduce the diphtheria toxin into cells that express those receptors, killing the cells. In some Leukemias and Lymphomas malignant cells express these receptors, so denileukin diftitox can target these. In 1999 Ontak was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treatment of Cutaneous T-cell l...
Tonact TG
Reducing Triglyceroids in Blood ## Sorry, this is a drug not available in the US, other countries do not regulate their prescription or OTC medications that way the FDA does, so information is not readily available. I would recommend speaking to your doctor or pharmacist to obtain more information. ## Tonact appears to be a brand name of Atorvastatin found outside the United States. If you would like to read more information about this drug, please see: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do… ## Regarding side effect of Windia ( Roseglitazone). Please provide feedback? ## I have been prescribed to take Tonact to lower my choleterol and triglyceride. It was found 206 and 196 respectively. Is there any side effect of taking this drug. How l... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Atorvastatin.
Sat, Nov 19 '11, 9:37 AM   6  Subscribe to thread 174701
Citalopram Hydrobr
este medicamento impide el sueño? ## Yes, Citalopram hydrobromide does have side effects that could prevent sleep or make one have trouble sleeping. Insomnia, nausea, anxiety, mood swings, increased sweating, and headaches are all side effects listed that could make one restless at night. This is not a complete list of side effects, but you can view more information about this drug in the link below: Yo no hablo mucho español, así que tuve que utilizar un traductor en línea para determinar lo que estaba diciendo. Espero que esta respuesta ayuda! If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Citalopram.
Thu, Oct 27 '11, 10:22 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 216987
 Nystop Nystatin
Nystatin (originally named Fungicidin) is a polyene antifungal medication that is derived from a bacteria, Streptomyces noursei. It was discovered by Rachel Fuller Brown and Elizabeth Lee Hazen in 1950. Many molds and yeast infections are sensitive to nystatin, most notably Candida. It is used primarily for infections involving the skin, mouth, esophagus and vagina. Due to its toxicity profile when high levels in the serum are obtained, there are currently no injectable formulations of this d...
 Nilstat Nystatin
Nystatin (originally named Fungicidin) is a polyene antifungal medication that is derived from a bacteria, Streptomyces noursei. It was discovered by Rachel Fuller Brown and Elizabeth Lee Hazen in 1950. Many molds and yeast infections are sensitive to nystatin, most notably Candida. It is used primarily for infections involving the skin, mouth, esophagus and vagina. Due to its toxicity profile when high levels in the serum are obtained, there are currently no injectable formulations of this d...
 Nyotran Nystatin
Nystatin (originally named Fungicidin) is a polyene antifungal medication that is derived from a bacteria, Streptomyces noursei. It was discovered by Rachel Fuller Brown and Elizabeth Lee Hazen in 1950. Many molds and yeast infections are sensitive to nystatin, most notably Candida. It is used primarily for infections involving the skin, mouth, esophagus and vagina. Due to its toxicity profile when high levels in the serum are obtained, there are currently no injectable formulations of this d...
 Nystatin
Nystatin (originally named Fungicidin) is a polyene antifungal medication that is derived from a bacteria, Streptomyces noursei. It was discovered by Rachel Fuller Brown and Elizabeth Lee Hazen in 1950. Many molds and yeast infections are sensitive to nystatin, most notably Candida. It is used primarily for infections involving the skin, mouth, esophagus and vagina. Due to its toxicity profile when high levels in the serum are obtained, there are currently no injectable formulations of this d...
 Mycolog II Nystatin + Triamcinolone
Nystatin (originally named Fungicidin) is a polyene antifungal medication that is derived from a bacteria, Streptomyces noursei. It was discovered by Rachel Fuller Brown and Elizabeth Lee Hazen in 1950. Many molds and yeast infections are sensitive to nystatin, most notably Candida. It is used primarily for infections involving the skin, mouth, esophagus and vagina. Due to its toxicity profile when high levels in the serum are obtained, there are currently no injectable formulations of this d...
 Mycostatin Nystatin
Nystatin (originally named Fungicidin) is a polyene antifungal medication that is derived from a bacteria, Streptomyces noursei. It was discovered by Rachel Fuller Brown and Elizabeth Lee Hazen in 1950. Many molds and yeast infections are sensitive to nystatin, most notably Candida. It is used primarily for infections involving the skin, mouth, esophagus and vagina. Due to its toxicity profile when high levels in the serum are obtained, there are currently no injectable formulations of this d...
 Romazicon Flumazenil
Flumazenil (also known as flumazepil, code name Ro 15-1788) is a GABAA receptor antagonist primarily available by injection only, and the only GABAA receptor antagonist on the market today. It was first introduced in 1987 by Hoffmann-La Roche under the trade name Anexate, but only approved by the FDA on December 20, 1991. Flumazenil went off patent in 2008 so at present generic formulations of this drug are available. Daily administration of flumazenil by sublingual lozenge and topical cream ...
 Tri-Statin II Nystatin + Triamcinolone
Nystatin (originally named Fungicidin) is a polyene antifungal medication that is derived from a bacteria, Streptomyces noursei. It was discovered by Rachel Fuller Brown and Elizabeth Lee Hazen in 1950. Many molds and yeast infections are sensitive to nystatin, most notably Candida. It is used primarily for infections involving the skin, mouth, esophagus and vagina. Due to its toxicity profile when high levels in the serum are obtained, there are currently no injectable formulations of this d...
Farmapram
Where can I buy this medication in México, City ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Tue, Jul 03 '12, 2:50 PM   0 
 Coumadin Warfarin
Warfarin (also known by the brand names Coumadin, Jantoven, Marevan, Uniwarfin) is an anticoagulant normally used in the prevention of thrombosis and thromboembolism, the formation of blood clots in the blood vessels and their migration elsewhere in the body, respectively. Warfarin is commonly but incorrectly referred to as a blood thinner. It was initially introduced in 1948 as a pesticide against rats and mice, and is still used for this purpose, although more potent poisons such as brodifa...

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