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feropenam in renal failure
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Please tell about basic use of feropenam ## Hello, Kamlesh! How are you? The FDA classifies it as a beta-lactam antibiotic. It is not, however, approved in the U.S., yet. The FDA declined approval, though they didn't provide specific reasons on why they did so. The clinical uses lists are for acute bacterial sinusitis, community acquired pneumonia, acute execrations of chronic bronchitis, uncomplicated skin and structure infections, plus urinary tract infections. Has this been prescribed for you? ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Thu, Jun 25 '15, 1:47 PM
Emusulide side effect - for cronic renal failure case
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my mother age is 49 years, she was suffering by maigraine headche from past 4 years,also have high BP problem, recurrent UTI, As per DMSA Scan ( scarring in left kidney with 7% working and right kidney is 93% working condition. Serum creatinine level 1.60. Uric acid 47, as per latest lab report 24 urine creatinine clearance range - 35 mg / 24 hours. Current medicine- Nephrosave ( for creatinine ), Febutaz/Febujet 40 mg.( Uric Acid), for BP- Calcigard retard 20 mg, metapure xl 50 mg, minipress 2.5 mg -2 tab. daily in night, telma H 80 mg. now the problem is headche attack frequency is sevior. please give ur seggetion what we can do? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Minipress.
Mon, Sep 10 '12, 10:41 PM
Ranexa & Kidney Failure
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I'm diabetic, have hypertension, CHF, & early renal failure. Doctor subjected me to arteriogram yesterday for spells of short of breath & angina, but balked at doing ANYTHING (no angioplasty, stents-nothing, for 7 vessels blocked at least 90% because my kidneys were having issues according to labwork. But he gave my husband samples & scrip for Ranexa, said start taking it & in 2 weeks I'll feel better. I'm reading the patient booklet and the prescriber info and ALL over both is listed kidney failure & renal failure. If kidney failure & avoiding dyalisis was the reason we did nothing to FIX my problem, why give me a drug that CAUSES kidney failure? How many people got kidney failure from taking Ranexa? Thanks! ## Hello, Lisa! How are you? It isn't ... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Ranexa.
Wed, Oct 26 '16, 6:59 PM
EOvist in renally impaired patients
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Since 50% of the excretion is by the liver - I would think this is the ideal contrast for any patient with renal compromise. I know there is currently a clinical trial for this. however as in all cases the science and the prelimiary data seems so promising that I think this needs to be considered for the renal impaired patients. There are many patients who need contrast who have renal failure. The fact that this cojntrast is already 1/4 dose regular contrast and you could use this 1/2 dose at 3T for renal impaired patients would for me be perfectly acceptable if this finds the small liver met or small brain met which could not be detected otherwise. Benefits vs risks are what we balance every day. I am happy to hear your comments on this. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Eovist.
Fri, Nov 13 '09, 7:09 PM
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chronic renal failure ...
Updated 12 years ago.
Sat, Jul 02 '05, 12:53 PM
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i am ptwith renal failure ...
Updated 10 years ago.
Fri, Jul 27 '07, 3:42 PM
side effects of zemplar
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renal Failure ...
Updated 11 years ago in Zemplar.
Wed, May 10 '06, 1:48 PM
phostat magna
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I am a patient with chronic renal failure and my doc advised me to take Phostat magna instead of Shelcal tablets. Would like to know the composition of Phostat Magna. ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Thu, Dec 30 '10, 1:33 AM
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I was given Toradol and went into renal failure. Has anyone heard of that? ## Yikes! I was researching Toradol because I've had some minor renal issues since my arm fracture and surgery. (I was also taking lots of ibuprofen before and after the surgery, so the Toradol may have just been the straw that broke the camel's back). Kidney failure IS one of the potential side effects of NSAID use, but dunno how common it is for short term administration of Toradol. ## It really depends on how the individual's body processes the drugs. Some people can take a drug for a long time, with no ill effects and others can suffer hepatic or renal failure after just a short time. Usually, there are other factors involved, such as past drugs used that have had ill effects on the renal or hepat... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Toradol.
Fri, Jan 18 '13, 1:55 PM
methotrexate injection
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mouth ulcers, nausea, renal failure it was prescribed for arthritis has kidney diease ...
Updated 12 years ago in Methotrexate.
Sun, Jul 17 '05, 3:54 PM
ketoster Dosage
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Feeling great to see solution of renal failure. Doctor My father Age 64+ dietetic and also blood pressure high remain. his CREATININE 6.3 and Blood Urea Nitrogen 83 Blood HB 8.5 Potassium & Sodium little bit in normal range kindly guide can he take ketosteril tab for reducing Creatinine and BUN. and how much he can take kindly guide dosage for same. Thanks ...
Updated 2 years ago in Urea.
Wed, Nov 12 '14, 10:51 PM
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usage of Feropenam in sepsis with acute renal failure ...
Updated 9 years ago.
Thu, Dec 20 '07, 12:57 PM
lacitol monohydrate
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hoe does lacitil help a chronic renal failure patient ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Tue, Jul 09 '13, 8:14 AM
altosec 20 mg
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Is altosec adictive and harnful ## im having renal failure and heart failrue.pneumonia ## What is altosec 20mg usedfor mainly ## Is altosec harmful ## is altosec 20 addictive and dangerous? ## I am using altosec 20 for my stomach cramps now, i am not sure if it is helping me much because sometimes i have the pain even if i have taken it.Secondly i am not sure whether there is a subsitute for it or i should stop using it i don't know.I always have a lot of air in the stomach especially when i am sleeping. ## Sammy Owen, how did you overcome this problem you having? ## What is Altosec for? ## confusion and loss of memory ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Wed, Feb 19 '14, 2:46 AM
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Oct 2006 I was given Toridol for pain and went into renal failure also. I was 82 and I've since been told by a medical person that older people should NEVER be given that drug. I became very cold and rang for a nurse and asked for a warm blanket and then I passed out and they pumped fluids through me as fast as they could which brought me out of it. It was several hours before I came to again I am a diabetic also and now am seeing a kidney specialist. ## Marjorie, I am very sorry to hear about what you have experienced. Toradol is a very strong anti-inflammatory and yes, doctors do have to be cautious who they give it too. However, if you did not previously have any kidney problems and weren't taking NSAIDS long-term, prior to this, then they had no real warning regarding what m... ...
Updated 9 years ago in Toradol.
Sun, May 25 '08, 2:28 PM
Cats & Mirtazapine
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Our 13 year old Maine Coon mix is in the last stages of renal failure. We didn't know anything was wrong until about a month ago when she stopped eating. It's been up and down ever since her diagnosis. Our vet prescribed Mirtazapine but, after reading the many negative comments, we put off giving it to her as long as we could. We finally had to because the effects of not eating in cats are liver shutdown and death. She's had no serious adverse reaction to Mirtazapine, and it has definitely helped her appetite. It is buying her a little more quality time with us. I certainly wouldn't use or give this drug lightly, but as some posters have noted, in the end it's a risk v. benefit judgment call. ## I am very sorry to read of what you are going through. I am not very kno... ...
Updated 17 days ago in Mirtazapine.
Mon, Oct 02 '17, 8:15 AM
find doctor to prescribe fentanyl
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i am suffering with fibromyagia and now with renal failure my doctor is refusing ro prescribe fentanyl some doctors will perscribe it but i can not keep going to a new doctor evry week to find out. my needs are urgent and i should be on dialasis. does the doctor need to be on some special program ? ## Hello, Bob! How are you? I am very sorry about what you're going through. Due to the new regulations that were put in place last year, such a medication can now only be prescribed by a pain management specialist. A regular PCP can't prescribe it. Additionally, if you're asking for such a medication, most doctors are going to see that as being drug seeking behavior and are going to refuse to prescribe it. It is the most potent narcotic available, so many doctors are not going to... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Fentanyl.
Thu, Sep 11 '14, 12:42 PM
Low platelet count and taking Norfloxacin
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My hubby has a chronic UTI, he is diabetic with renal failure (had kidney transplant last 2008) Would like to know if Tergecef can harm his kidney. Thank you for your time. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Norfloxacin.
Fri, Apr 04 '14, 4:45 AM
Renal replacement therapy (RRT) is therapy that replaces the normal blood-filtering function of the kidneys. It is used when the kidneys are not working well, which is called renal failure and includes acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease. Renal replacement therapy includes dialysis (hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis), hemofiltration, and hemodiafiltration, which are various ways of filtration of blood with or without machine. Renal replacement therapy also includes kidney transpl...
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Renal replacement therapy (RRT) is therapy that replaces the normal blood-filtering function of the kidneys. It is used when the kidneys are not working well, which is called renal failure and includes acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease. Renal replacement therapy includes dialysis (hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis), hemofiltration, and hemodiafiltration, which are various ways of filtration of blood with or without machine. Renal replacement therapy also includes kidney transpl...

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