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Lortab

  Take Lortab in strict accordance with the doctor’s orders. To clarify the indications for use, consult a doctor or pharmacist. Precautions Avoid alcohol while taking Lortab. Alcohol can increase drowsiness and dizziness, caused by medication, which can result in a loss of consciousness and death. When mixed with alcohol, Acetaminophen is harmful for the liver. Lortab can increase the ...

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Hydrocodone

Hydrocodone is an effective anesthetic with a narcotic effect and an antitussive drug. The other derivatives of Hydrocodone are vicodin, gicodan and tylox. Hydrocodone is very close by its properties to codeine, and the risk of addiction. Side effects of the drug The use of Hydrocodone and its analogs can cause: The use of Hydrocodone can cause hyperventilating, yellowing of ...

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Dormicum

Dormicum is a drug, which has an anxiolytic, sedative, anticonvulsant and central myorelaxant effect. Dormicum is a sedative and soporific drug, used for premedication and initial narcosis. Indications for use sedation with preservation of consciousness before and during the treatment procedures or diagnostic procedures, made under the local anesthesia or without it; premedication before initial narcosis; Long-term sedation in intensive ...

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Codeine

Codeine is an analgesic drug, whose effects are similar to those of morphine, but with the softer sedative effect and much weaker analgesic action. Codeine is also used as antitussive and antidiarrheal drug. Indications for use Codeine phosphate is used for the treatment of weak and moderate pain syndromes and symptomatic relief of non-productive cough and diarrhea. Directions for use ...

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Buprenorphine

Buprenorphine hydrochloride used for the treatment of opioid dependence, relieving acute pain, and also as an anesthetic in oncology. The drug is prescribed only in the special centers and clinics for the treatment of the patients under medical supervision. You should take the pill under the tongue and hold in your mouth until its complete dissolving. Buprenorphine should be taken ...

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Adderall

Adderall is a stimulant, suppressing appetite. The drug stimulates central nervous system (nerves and brain) by increasing the content of certain substances in the body. This leads to the increased heart rate, high blood pressure and reduced appetite, along with other effects. Adderall is used for the treatment of narcolepsy and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Adderall is contraindicated in case ...

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Venlor

The studies of Venlor effectiveness in the treatment of depression of varying severity have shown that the drug can cause remission fairly rapidly. So, after only one month of treatment with venlafaxine, every second patient achieves remission. If the drug is taken within 3 months, the chance to get remission is 80%. In this respect, Venlor (venlafaxine) shows almost the ...

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Tofranil

Depressions and depressive states of different etiology, accompanied by motor and ideational retardation: asthenodepressive syndrome, depression (endogenous, involutional, climacteric, reactive, alcohol), depression while psychopathy and neurosis, nocturnal enuresis in children, behavioral disorders (activity and attention), panic disorders, chronic pain syndrome (chronic cancer pain, migraine, rheumatic diseases, atypical facial pain, postherpetic neuralgia, post-traumatic neuropathy, diabetic or other peripheral neuropathy), narcolepsy, accompanied ...

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Sinequan

Depression, anxiety and sleep disorders caused by neurosis, alcoholism, organic diseases of CNS, psychoneurotic disorders with anxiety and depression, psychotic depressions (including involutional, reactive depressive phase of manic-depressive). In the general therapeutic pratice: duodenal ulcer, dumping syndrome, premenstrual syndrome, chronic pain in oncological patients, skin itching, chronic idiopathic urticaria. Contraindications Hypersensitivity, closed-angle glaucoma, AV block, prostatic adenoma, pregnancy, breastfeeding, children ...

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Serpina Himalaya

Serpina Himalaya is an Ayurvedic drug used for the normalization of high blood pressure, produced in India. The main active component of Serpina is Rauvolfia serpentina. It means “smell like a snake” in Sanskrit. Since ancient times, this plant is used as a drug for the decrease of blood pressure. Alkaloids, contained in Rauvolfia, reduce blood pressure, suppress the activity ...

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