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Naphazoline

Naphazoline Toxicity


Presentation

  • The material discussed in the Materials is not intended to present the only or necessarily the best pediatric method or procedure, but rather presents the approach or opinion of the discussant.[pediatriccare.solutions.aap.org]
Suggestibility
  • A possible association with stroke has been suggested. [2] Brand names [ edit ] It is an active ingredient in several over-the-counter formulations including Rohto, Eucool, Clear Eyes and Naphcon eye drops. [3] References [ edit ] v t e Adrenergic receptor[en.wikipedia.org]
Stroke
  • A possible association with stroke has been suggested. [2] Brand names [ edit ] It is an active ingredient in several over-the-counter formulations including Rohto, Eucool, Clear Eyes and Naphcon eye drops. [3] References [ edit ] v t e Adrenergic receptor[en.wikipedia.org]

Treatment

  • […] rely on their own discretion and judgment in medical diagnosis and treatment.[pediatriccare.solutions.aap.org]
  • Gene Name ADRA1A Uniprot ID P35348 Uniprot Name Alpha-1A adrenergic receptor Molecular Weight 51486.005 Da References Bogacka E: [Decongestants in treatment of nasal obstruction].[drugbank.ca]
  • Treatment of side-effects is symptomatic.[pillintrip.com]

Prevention

  • You agree to immediately notify us in the event you determine, or have reason to believe, that an unauthorized party has gained access to the Materials and to take all reasonable steps, both to ensure that such activity ceases and to prevent any recurrence[pediatriccare.solutions.aap.org]

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