Adalat

Contents1 Pharmaceutical form and composition2 Pharmacological effect3 Indications for use4 The doses of the drug5 Contraindications6 Side effects of the drug Pharmaceutical drug Adalat is familiar to the patients with arterial hypertension. An instruction for use describes it as a hypotensive drug, which can provide quick assistance to the patient and prevent a hypertensive crisis. Anyone can read more about ...

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Acoxia

Acoxia is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, which has an analgesic and antipyretic effect, effectively blocking the formation of prostaglandins. For more information about Acoxia, read the instruction for use in this article. Acoxia is produced in the form of pills, covered by the film membrane. Depending on the form of production, the pills can contain 120, 90 or 60 mg ...

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Aciclovir

The drug under the brand name of Aciclovir belongs to the group of pharmaceutical antiviral medications. It is quite effective for the treatment of Herpes simplex and Herpes zoster. The use of Aciclovir can help you to prevent the replication of virus in the body. The absorption of active substance of the drug is partial, only 20 % of the ...

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Zantac

Contents1 What should patients know prior to taking Zantac?2 How should the medicine be taken?3 What happens if I miss a dose?4 What should I do in case of an overdose?5 What are the side effects associated with Zantac? Stomach ulcers are horrible conditions that can cause severe health effects, but also painful symptoms. At this moment in time, the ...

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Zanaflex

Contents1 What should patients know prior to taking Zanaflex?2 How should the medicine be taken?3 What happens if I miss a dose?4 What are the side effects associated with Zanaflex? Pain is the body’s way of responding to various activities that have the potential of hurting your bodies, thus serving as a barrier of protection. However, there are cases when ...

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Vicodin

Vicodin is an opioid, strong analgesic and cough suppressant, containing hydrocodone and paracetamol (acetaminophen). Hydrocodone is an opioid and narcotic analgesic. The presence of paracetamol in the drug increases the analgesic effect of the last one, but limits the maximal daily dose taking into account the possibility of accumulation of paracetamol in toxic concentrations. Vicodin is an active painkiller and ...

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Roxycodone

Roxycodone is an analgesic, partly synthetic opioid, synthesized from thebaine. It was developed in 1916 in Germany. It was a new partly synthetic opioid, obtained in an effort to improve the existing opioids: morphine, diacetylmorphine (heroine) and codeine. It is represented at the market both in the solid form and in solutions. The main response for the obtaining of Roxycodone ...

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Rivotril

Contents1 Indications for use2 Contraindications3 Special instructions4 Dosage Anti-epilepsy drug from the group of derivatives of benzodiazepine. It has a pronounced anticonvulsant, and also central myorelaxant, anxiolithic, sedative and soporific effect. Indications for use The drug of the first row – epilepsy (adults, infants and young children): typical absences (petit mal), atypical atypical (Lennox-Gastaut syndrome), spasmus nutans, atonic seizures (falling ...

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Ritalin

Ritalin is the most frequently psychostimulant, increasing the activity of central nervous system. It contributes to the increase or maintenance of vigilance, reduces the fatigue and improves the attention. The advantages and efficiency of the short-term use of Methylphenidate are well known, but the effects of its long-term use of Ritalin are still unknown. The effect of long-term use of ...

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Restoril

Contents1 Indications for use2 Dosage3 Contraindications4 Pregnancy and lactation5 Special indications The principal mechanism of sleeping effect is the depression of cells of reticular formation of the brain stem. Restoril reduces the impact of emotional, vegetative and motor stimuli, distorting the mechanism of falling asleep. The direct inhibition of motor nerves and muscle function is also possible. The drug has ...

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