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10,656 Possible Causes for 100, Capsule, Diazoxide, MG, Oral

  • Octreotide

    There were 13 TP, 1TN, 1 FP and no FN cases with a sensitivity of 100% and accuracy of 93%.[] Chiasma is conducting a Phase 3 clinical trial, referred to as “CHIASMA OPTIMAL” (Octreotide capsules vs.[] INTERVENTION: Patients will be randomly assigned (1:1) to standard care or 40 mg long-acting octreotide once every 4 weeks for 52 weeks, in addition to standard care.[] In cases of diazoxide-unresponsive HI, alternative medical and surgical approaches may be required to reduce the risk of hypoglycemia.[] Once controlled on oral octreotide, the response was maintained to the end of the extension phase in 85%.[]

  • Ketoprofen

    […] mg in ultradeformable vesicles (IDEA-033), 2.2 or 4.4 g ketoprofen-free vehicle (TDT 064), oral celecoxib 100 mg or matching oral placebo, all bd.[] Prolonged Release, capsules, as well as to Ketoprofen E.R. or X.R., i.e. Extended Release, capsules, and to Ketoprofen M.R., i.e. Modified Release, capsules (200 mg) .[] After an overnight fast for 10 h and signing the informed-consent form, the volunteers received a single 200 mg dose (4 capsules 50 mg) of the test or reference formulation[] Cortisone Cyclopenthiazide Cyclosporine Dabigatran Etexilate Dalteparin Danaparoid Deflazacort Desipramine Desirudin Desvenlafaxine Dexamethasone Dexibuprofen Dexketoprofen Diazoxide[] Our cases suggest that the contact of an oral solution containing ketoprofen with oral mucosa may induce locally severe oral manifestations.[]

  • Diazoxide

    100 microM) or 5-hydroxydecanoate (100 microM).[] Uses of Diazoxide Capsules: It is used to treat low blood sugar .[] As this product is prescribed as having a weight-based dose, the change of strengths between the extemporaneous (10 mg per ml) and proprietary products (50 mg per ml) has[] After diazoxide was begun, glucose requirements decreased dramatically, and serum glucose was supranormal for most of the period of diazoxide administration.[] Abstract Diazoxide was given orally to nine hypertensive patients with renal failure and its effect on blood pressure and on glucose metabolism was studied.[]

  • Nisoldipine

    RESULTS: Myocardial blood flow was significantly higher in the N group (67.8 /- 21.8 ml/100 g vs. 47.2 /- 14.4 ml/100 g, p 0.05) after cardiopulmonary bypass.[] The naringin capsule did not change nisoldipine pharmacokinetics.[] […] tablets (by Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.) with Sular Extended-Release 40 mg tablet (manufactured for First Horizon) following a single, oral 40 mg (1 40 mg tablet) dose administration[] […] specific: Barium Caramiphen Cloperastine Clozapine Dextromethorphan Ethosuximide Ifenprodil Tertiapin Tipepidine Activators K ATP -specific: Aprikalim Bimakalim Cromakalim Diazoxide[] No significant differences were recorded in rate-pressure product (beats/min x mmHg x 100) at peak ischaemia between patients who were or were not receiving nisoldipine, during[]

  • Nifedipine

    ) on Q̇ IPAVA at rest and during cycle ergometer exercise at 50, 100, 150, 200 and 250 W, while breathing room air (normoxia) and 100% O2 (hyperoxia).[] However, 5 mg capsules were less effective than the 10 and 20 mg capsules or 20 mg tablets. There was little to choose between the latter.[] Nifedipine Pharmamatch 30 and 60 mg prolonged release tablets (nifedipine) is 1,4 – dihydropyridine calcium antagonist used for symptomatic treatment of chronic stable angina[] Diazoxide is the first-line drug in its treatment, but the more severe cases are usually diazoxide-resistant.[] Of these emergencies, 43 were treated with oral nifedipine 10 mg (10 patients) and 12 with oral labetalol 100 mg (4 patients).[]

  • Disopyramide

    He apparently ingested 36 100-mg tablets of disopyramide before his final collapse. At autopsy his blood level of disopyramide was 63 micrograms/mL.[] How do I store and/or throw out Disopyramide Capsules? Capsule: Store at room temperature. Store in a dry place. Do not store in a bathroom.[] gravis or cognitive disorders, especially in the elderly (see section 4.8).[] […] channels were concluded to be MIN6-K(ATP) channels because they were closed by extracellular high glucose (11.0 mM) or glibenclamide (200 nM) and were reversibly activated by diazoxide[] Abstract The oral administration of disopyramide for the maintenance of sinus rhythm after cardioversion from atrial fibrillation resulted in prolongation of the Q-T interval[]

  • Orphenadrine

    Product Name Norflex 100mg 100 Tablets/Pack Active Ingredient Orphenadrine Citrate Manufacturer 3M Product Type Muscle relaxant and analgesic Product expiry date we are currently[] […] tritium-labeled N,N-dimethyl-2( o -methyl-α-phenylbenzyloxy) ethylamine citrate (orphenadrine citrate) were Studied in four healthy male volunteers after iv. and p.o. administration (capsule[] Narrow-angle glaucoma; pyloric or duodenal obstruction, stenosing peptic ulcers; prostatic hypertrophy or bladder neck obstruction; myasthenia gravis; cardiospasm (megaloesophagus[] Willardiine ; Positive allosteric modulators: Aniracetam BIIB-104 (PF-04958242) Cyclothiazide CX-516 CX-546 CX-614 Farampator (CX-691, ORG-24448) CX-717 CX-1739 CX-1942 Diazoxide[] Eight subjects received 40 mg orphenadrine HCl intramuscularly and 50 mg orally on separate occasions 1 week apart.[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    When recorded, significant vital sign abnormalities were uncommon, with 7% having a temperature of 100 degrees F and 8% having a pulse of 100 beats per minute or greater.[] The Suhuang Zhike capsule is a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that was approved to treat acute bronchitis.[] EPs 7630 tablets three times a day (30-mg group), 20 mg EPs 7630 tablets three times a day (60-mg group), 30 mg EPs 7630 tablets three times a day (90-mg group) or placebo[] CONCLUSION: In conclusion, oral administration of the drug containing 4.9% ethanol to children (age 1-12 years) demonstrated a favourable risk/benefit ratio of the drug.[] […] shakiness or nervousness than patients in the control groups (for trials in children: control rate 0%; RR 6.76, 95% CI 0.86 to 53.12; number needed to harm (NNH) 9, 95% CI 5 to 100[]

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  • Propranolol

    -150 beats/min); respiratory rate, 24 breaths/min (normal range, 25-35 breaths/min); oxygen saturation, 100% on room air; and rectal temperature, 35.7 C (normal range, 36.6[] The modified-release capsule is simply a slow-release capsule that delivers the medicine to the body gradually throughout the day.[] […] kg/day for 3 months then placebo for 3 months, 3 mg/kg/day for 3 months then placebo for 3 months, 1 mg/kg/day for 6 months, and 3 mg/kg/day for 6 months.[] We report three cases of infants with preexisting hypoglycemic conditions requiring diazoxide whose complicated hemangiomas were successfully and safely treated with oral[] Oral propranolol is now the treatment of choice in many situations.[]

  • Methyldopa

    We defined the COMT-index as [baseline 3-OMD concentration] / [levodopa Cmax when 100 mg levodopa was administered alone].[] capsules, loperamide capsules, methyldopa tablets, metoprolol tablets, mexiletine capsules, naproxen and naproxen sodium tablets, nifedipine capsules, pindolol tablets, piroxicam[] A first dose of 200 mg levodopa and 50 mg benserazide ('250' mg) was given on day 1, '125' mg t.i.d. on the subsequent 6 days (days 2-7), followed by '250' mg on day 8.[] […] with antipsychotics) benzodiazepines, eg temazepam , diazepam baclofen beta-blockers such as propranolol calcium channel blockers such as verapamil , nifedipine clonidine diazoxide[] Abstract This case report presents and follows a rare oral drug reaction linked to the administration of methyldopa (Aldomet).[]

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