Mebadin

Active Ingredient(s): Dehydroemetine
Category: Antiprotozoal / Anthelmintic



Mebadin Overview

Dehydroemetine is a synthetically produced antiprotozoal agent similar to emetine in its anti-amoebic properties and structure (they differ only in a double bond next to the ethyl substituent), but it produces fewer side effects. In the United States, it is manufactured by Roche. Contents 1 Mechanism 2 Uses 2.1 Amoebic infections 2.2 In other diseases 3 References Mechanism Its exact mechanism is not known, but in vitro it inhibits translocation.[1] Uses It was ...

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dehydroemetine in the treatment of scorpionsting

i and my father Dr.K.Gopal Raju are the authors of the article published inBailey & Love’s Short Practice Of Surgery, ( 21 st Edition, Page no 11, U.K.), Forfar & Arneil ‘s Text Book Of Pediatrics ( 4 th Edition, Page no 1581 & 1614 , U.K.), Kumar & Clarke’s Text Book of Clinical Medicine ( 4 th Edition, Page no 882, U.K.), Davidson’s Principles & Practice of Medicine ( 17 th Edition, Page no 1144, U.K.) , Poisindex System Of Micromedex ( Page no 20 of Scorpion Management, U.S.A.),Hamilton Bailey’s Essentials Of Emergency Surgery ( 12 th Edition, Page no 859, U.K.), F.Hoffmann La Roch AG Literature Data Bank , (Switzerland) , and journals like THE ANTISEPTIC ( Page no 703—707, Dec 1984), WOCKHARDT MEDICAL TIMES ( Apr—June ,1985

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