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Theophylline discontinued

I have been told that theophylline er is being discontinued. Is this true? I have taken it for years for asthma. ## Hello, Terri! How are you? I've not found anything about it being discontinued. Where you told that by a pharmacist or did it come from some other source? There were a couple that were discontinued back in 2003, due to the fact that it's rarely prescribed, anymore. But I've not read anything in my various resources that the current one available is being discontinued. Though, a doctor or pharmacist may, admittedly, have more updated information than I do. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness and dry mouth. Does anyone else know anything about this? ## From what I've been told, all strengths of Theophylline is on bac...

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Deriphyllin od 300 & Deriphyllin retard 150

What is the difference between the Deriphyllin od 300 & Deriphyllin retard 150? ## Hello, Laksmi! How are you? From what I can find, the only difference is the dosage, otherwise they are both just different brand names for Theophylline, which is used to treat asthma, bronchitis and other respiratory disorders. The U.S. FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I am suffering from on and off cough . Can I take deriphyllin 300 ?

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theophyllin

treatment for COPD ## I need information of Theophyllin was is its use and side effects ## I have a chest prob use ventezz pump but must use 4times dayley weezin and tight chest doc gave sandoz theophy 200 can i use both ## This medication is commonly used to treat such respiratory issues, you can read more about it, here: The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and cough. Anna, I am sorry, but what medication is used in your pump?

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side effect of acebrophylline 100mg

side effect of acebrophylline and doxophylline ## Acebrophylline is used to help regulate and prevent excessive build-up of mucous in the airways. Unfortunately, I cannot find much more information on it. Does anyone else know anything else? ## PLEASE GIVE THE DETAIL OF ACEBROPHYLLINE 100 MG. THEASE EFECT & SIDEEFECT, HOW TO USE THIS DRUG WITH DOSES ## how it work ## Acebrophylline is an airway mucous regulator with anti-inflammatory properties. As to the side effects and other information, I am sorry, but finding information on this medication is very difficult. Here are some links, however, to the ingredients that make up this medication, so you may find some helpful information here: Ambroxol: and Theophylline: are there any other questions I can help with? ## Acebrophylline exhi...

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deriphyllin

hi sir i am illi taso i am suffring from the asthma i have whent to severl doctor but it same, sir this 2madicen make me little relax deriphyllin,dexmathasone sir can you give me a fetback palese what should i do to be alife in this world palese air ## i was woundring that i have tell you my problem alredy i am saffring from asthma i went to hosptal for years and i went to locel ayurbiod docter but it is the same i just went to know that sir can you helpe he i am 26 year old my illelness start when i come out from my mother stomak i am from india my name is illi taso from arunachal pardash itnagar. ## Deriphyllin contains the active ingredients Etofylline 77 mg (a vasodilator used for widening the blood vessels) and Theophylline Hydrate 23 mg. This combination of ingredients is used to ...

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Lab Values For Drugs

Would like to see actual drug values as in lab work ## Hi Martha, What sort of specific details in drug levels/values are you looking for (i.e. peak concentration, therapeutic drug levels, etc)? Therapeutic drug levels are laboratory tests that look for the presence and the amount of specific drugs in the blood. You can read more about therapeutic drug levels by visiting the link below: nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003430.htm I hope this helps to answer your question! ## I want lab value chart for Theophylline, Digoxin, lithium. Dilantin and others ## My sister-in-law may have been giving Xanax and sexually assaulted prior to being hospitalized. She was given some food and drink and remembers nothing until 18 hrs later waking up in the hospital the following day. The urine scree...

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Doxophylline 400mg

kindly tell me that whether doxophyline increses the pulse rate and BLOOD pressure. thank u, Baldev kumar ## Doxofylline is basically a xanthine derivative like theophylline. All xanthine derivatives have the effect on heart rate and pulse rate because of their affinity towards adenosine receptors (A1 & A2 receptors, which are present in heart to regulate the oxygen demand, in brain involve in hormone secretions, in skin, also in some other parts of body.) When these receptors are stimulated they effect on heart rate and increase the blood pressure and palpitation. Doxofylline is found to have the very least affinity for adenosine receptors, and this is the basic difference between doxofylline and other xanthine derivative specially theophylline, and this is because of its chemical ...

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Side Effects Of Unicontin 400mg

Detailed discription of unicontin 400mg, its side effects ## Unicontin is listed as containing Theophylline, it is used to treat respiratory disorders, such as COPD or asthma. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, diarrhea and increased heart rate. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ## I am 5 weeks pregnant. Is it safe for me to use unicontin that the doctor has prescribed for me? What are the side effects ## Well I m a professional doctor Of medicine.... But still I study up to p late night for my pts.n for my self knowledge.....

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Theophylline

Theraputic Class is Xanthine Bronchodilator ## I took Tedral and copirinoal (not sure of the spelling) in liquid forms when I was young to control my asthma. I would like to know if either are steriods and the long term side effects of each one. Thank you. ## Tedral is similar to Theophylline. Took them in the 70's. I took allergy medicine copyronil made by Lilly as a young child.

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what the difference between theophylline 100mg sa and er

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THEOPHYLLINE SA AND THEOPHYLLINE ER... ## Hello, Gisela! How are you? There is no difference, they are both just abbreviations that designate it as being a time released formulation of the medication. There are quite a few that the pharmaceutical industry can pick from. The SA stands for sustained action and the ER for extended release. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including diarrhea, nausea and headache. Is there anything else I can help with?

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full information of acebrophylline

dose,side effect,drug interaction,contra indication, mechanism of action, pharmacokinetics,patient counselling ## As to the side effects and other information, I am sorry, but finding information on this medication is very difficult. Here are some links, however, to the ingredients that make up this medication, so you may find some helpful information here: Ambroxol: and Theophylline: are there any other questions I can help with? ## hi ## please send me information about formulation and evaluation of acebrophylline sustained release tablet ## Please send me the innovator brand with company name for Acebrophylline?

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What aliment do you use plenish k for

My Farther has been diagnosed with congestive heart failure with terrible blue thick swollen legs, water sometimes leaks through the skin. The cardiologist gave him Sandoz Theophylline 200mg, Plenish K, Cortaject, Angised, I found out what the rest is for {Pulmison, Purgoxin. Spiractin} but couldn't find anything on the 1st 4 pills. Could you please let me know what it's for. ## Hello, Esta! How is your father doing? Plenish K is a potassium supplement used to prevent the potassium loss that may happen, when someone is on medications to remove excess fluid from the body. It can be dangerous, if someone's potassium drops too low, so the doctor likely prescribed this as a precautionary measure. The FDA does warn that potassium supplements can be very rough on the stomach, so h...

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Unicontin 400

please usefulness of this drug pescribed by a practitioner and its side effect ## balcofen 4007 one side T V other side round white pill ## Unicontin contains the active ingredient Theophylline and it is mainly used to treat respiratory disorders. Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, diarrhea and irritability. Learn more Unicontin details here. Mike, the Baclofen TV tablet has TV 4097 on it and is a 20mg dosage, it is a muscle relaxant. Learn more Baclofen details here. Are there any other questions I can help with? ## Unicontin 400 is prescribed by my Dr. One tab per day 5 days night before sleep. This is for reducing wiezing /chest conjustion. Tell me yr expert view whether this is in order. {edited for privacy}

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white oblong pill imprinted hp62

I found this pill and was wondering what it was and what it was for ## Hello, Jellybean! How are you? This tablet contains 300mgs of Theophylline in an extended release formulation, it is used to treat conditions such as asthma and COPD. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headaches, irritability and insomnia. Is there anything else I can help with?

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details of synasma 400 mg

I am a patient with hypertension for ther past 50 years. I am 80 yrs old (female). - live alone. I hsve a good family doctor. Am on Amlong H, concor cor 2.5 mg; ecosprin 150mg, and Atorsave 10 mg. I have been having shortage of breath for the past 6 years. It has increased now and my doctor has told me to take Synasma 400 mg half tablet twice a day for 10 days. I am curious to know what this drug is for. Thank you. Janaki Menon ## ANY SIDE EFFECTS FOR SYNASMA 400Mg ## ANY SIDE EFFECTS FOR SYNASMA 400Mg AND IS IT A PERMANENT CURE FOR WHEEZING AND WHAT ARE ITS SIDE EFFECTS? ## Here's the link. I guess you might find it informative. "Doxofylline has a prolonged bronchodilator effects and unlike theophylline it has least adenosine interactions i.e., no CNS and CVS side effects. Ther...

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Theophylline caffeine

my name is nelson ramos. I race pigeons in staten island ny, i am currently being accused of doping my race pigeons with theophylline, as i also was told from a lab that the birds had caffeine in them. A pigeon fancier that has a product that contains caffeinne in it as i used it the day droppings were taken he did some resurch and is claiming that the way the caffeine breaks down in pigeons dosent match the way i was told it was breaking down in the pigeons. at the time of the test of the droppings the birds had 101 nanograms of theophlline and 53 nanograms of theobromine. does anyone know the actual break down? basicly im trying to find out if the chemical found was from a respertory med or caffeine.?? thanks ## I'm sorry, but our information speciality is on medications and their...

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Deriphyllin Is Used For What symptoms

My father is 65 years of age he is having cough, can he be treated with deriphyllin ? ## This contains the active ingredient Theophylline, which is used to treat various respiratory issues. Learn more Theophylline details here. Has his doctor recommended that he use it? What's causing the cough?

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what's the risk of psychosis with therapeutic doses of solphyllex

i have had 2 patients develop first time psychotic symptoms within 24hrs after taking solphyllex for common cold .they have no prior psychiatric history and negative family history of psychiatric illness.there is no history of substance abuse save for occasional beers.the first patient suffered recurrent psychotic attacks long after the solphyllex was withdrawn.i know theophyllin may cause CNS stimulation but why is this becoming common at usual therapeutic doses? ## I am a member of the public, not in the medical field, but I experienced what my doctor referred to as "a trip" after taking Solphyllex. The reason being that he had earlier prescribed another broncho-dilator containing theophylline and the combined effect of the two sent me into la-la land. It was a horrible experi...

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IL 3583

WHITE SCORED TABLET,OBLONG,TAPERED, FLAT ENDS. IL 3583 IS WITHIN A TRIANGLE ## THEOPHYLLINE (Slo-bid ™, Slo-Phyllin®, Theobid®, Theo-Dur®, Theolair™SR, Uni-Dur®) is a bronchodilator, or medicine that helps to make breathing easier. It relaxes the bronchial airways, improving the flow of air through the lungs. Theophylline helps to reduce coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing in patients with chronic (long-term) lung disorders such as asthma, bronchitis, or emphysema. Theophylline occurs naturally in teas and is chemically similar to caffeine or theobromine ## i want to increase my

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A White Round Pill Pliva 483

i found this pill on my floor n i would like to now what it is please help me out!thank you ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Theophylline extended release (100 mg). Theophylline, also known as dimethylxanthine, is a methylxanthine drug used in therapy for respiratory diseases such as COPD or asthma under a variety of brand names. You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you.

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