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generic name of duvadilan

clssifictions, dosage, frequency, uses, indications, contraindications, mechanism of actions, side effects, nursing responsibilities, monitoring parameter ## Duvadilan contains Isoxsuprine, it is given to pregnant women in premature labor to help relax the uterus. It is not available in the US. I am sorry, but I do not have any other information on it. Does anyone else have more details? From more information that recently became available, it is listed as also being used for circulatory disorders. Patients should be watched for transient palpitations, sudden fall in blood pressure and dizziness. Anything else you need to know?

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nursing responsibilities duvadilan

please send to me what are the nursing responsobilities of duvadilan right away ## Duvadilan contains Isoxsuprine, it is given to pregnant women in premature labor to help relax the uterus. It is not available in the US. I am sorry, but I do not have any other information on it. Does anyone else have more details? From more information that recently became available, it is listed as also being used for circulatory disorders. Patients should be watched for transient palpitations, sudden fall in blood pressure and dizziness. Anything else you need to know?

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list of antibiotics

tab duvadilan is it a antibiotic tablet and if its not then what purpose it is used for pls clarify ## Duvadlan contains the active ingredient Isoxsuprine, it is a Vasodilator, in some countries it is given to pregnant women in premature labor to help relax the uterus, it is also used to help increase cirulation. Some side effects may include: nausea, blood pressure changes and increase heart rate. You can read the limited information available here: Is there anything else I can help you with?

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asclera-polidocanol

will be happy to know how i cab buy asclera in u.sa? i'am a vascular surgeon in Jordan and use the drug since 12 years by buying it from France or Germany but i'am going to chicago next week and will be glad if i can have it there? yhank u for more details. S.alsweis

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polidocanol

side effect of polidocanol ## Polidocanol is an agent used to treat and get rid of Varicose veins. It has not been approved yet, in the U.S. and it is hard to find much information on it. From what I can find the most common side effects include: irritation at the injection site. aches in the legs and red, raised bumps at the injection location. Is there anything else I can help you with?

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Duvadilan

halters uterine contractions ## can men take duvadilan? ## what are the side effect and adverse effect of duvadilan? ## Duvadilan is a name brand for a drug containing the active ingredient Isoxsuprine. ## DUVADILAN-MECHANISM OF ACTION, DOSAGE,SIDEEFFECTS.

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dovadilan

Drug study ## Duvadilan contains the active ingredient Isoxsuprine, it is a vasodilator. I can't find a lot of information on it, but at the bottom of our monograph page, there are some references listed where you can find more information: Is there anything else I can help with?

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ASOXILAN

i want to know the side effects of this medication? ## This animal medication appears to be available only in the Philippines; containing the active ingredient Isoxsuprine hydrochloride. Research I have gathered states that Isoxsuprine may increase the animal's heart rate, cause changes in blood pressure, and irritate the GI tract. To learn more information about this drug, please follow the link below... If you have any other questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you.

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Arlidin 6mgm

i am tring to find out why my husband was on these as a child he was a bleeder on the brain and was also on papaverine 150 i found what they are for but cant find what the Arlidin are for he is a little slow and is 43 years old and is fully deaf i have these two prescription here that his parents never gotten filled from back in 1979 so can you help me on this thank you ## Arlidin Info Click Here ## ACTION ARLIDIN® (nylidrin hydrochloride) acts predominantly by beta-receptor stimulation. Beta stimulation with nylidrin has been demonstrated in a variety of isolated tissues from rabbits, guinea pigs and dogs. It has been shown to dilate arterioles in skeletal muscle and to increase cardiac output in the anesthetized dog and cat and in unanesthetized man. An increase in cerebral blood...

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