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Amphotericin B Lipid Complex Medication
It is possible?: Nephrotoxicity is a major adverse effect of treatment with amb, reportedly causing some degree of renal impairment in >80% of treated patients . Renal function impairment may be reversible after cessation of treatment with amb and, sometimes, despite continued therapy, possibly as a result of tissue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do you suggest if my child 8 months old suffering from viscerel leishmaniasis and now treatment is going with amphotericin b?
My daughter 8 months old suffering from viscerel leishmaniasis and now treatment is going with amphotericin b. Will she be okay?
Yes: I am assuming your child acquired this in India adn the form there is not as susceptible to other drugs. Recovery rate is very very high. On the order of 99 percent with treatment ...Read more
Not a day at the bea: Amphotericin is a potentially toxic antifungal intravenous medication that is used to treat systemic fungal infections. Some of the toxicities can be less severe if the formulation is liposomal. ...Read more
Can you tell me about amphotericin b intravenously for their chronic or systemic yeast infections?
Amphotericin: Ampho B is an intravenous anti-fungal medication used for severe fungal infections usually only seen in patients who are immune compromised and/or whom have severe infection of the blood or internal organs (lungs, heart, blood, e.g.). It has many serious side effects. Often times an initial course of Ampho may be continued with an oral antifungal. It is not for routine fungal infections. ...Read more
On digestion: Please discuss how nystatin, amphotericin-B, Sporanox etc may be used for GI issues; underlying theories; and related debate/controversy
How much (if any) amphotericin B will get absorbed into circulation from a nasal spray? Enough to cause kidney problems?
I have a culture proven candida overgrowth due to 5 years of taking broad spectrum antibiotics for acne. After taking a year of Amphotericin B troches and 3 months of nasal spray for oral and nasopharnyx/sinus candida my ID doctor prescribed Voriconazol
Incomplete question!: There is a 150 character limit, and your question was cut off. Please ask again, and know we won't be able to track your previous question. So keep the question brief but complete, but there is a place to list your meds and medical problems, which will help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yesterday WBC 34.6 Platelet 570. Started on new ABX Teflaro. got 2 doses before blood redraw. Today WBC 35.3 and Platelet 625. also has Amphotericin?
My b.P reads 90/150, i got a lipid profile done which shows triglyceride as 267 mg/dl and total cholesterol as 277 mg/dl. Should i start medication.
Diet/lifestyle first: I advise trying diet & lifestyle changes first. BP is a bit high but if you take it 10 times a day you'll get 10 different readings- get home cuff & follow over time. Exercise, meditation, healthy diet & herbs can lower bp. High tg shows need to reduce sugars/starches in diet. Need to know hdl, LDL and LDL subparticles to make recommendations re: cholesterol but diet/herbs can lower. See comment:. ...Read more
Would medication treat mid LAD 100% coronary blockages effectively. Angiogram showed i had collateral coming from rca to lad. Fyi, my lipid # great.
No: There are no medications that can treat a 100% blockage. Collaterals are good and low cholesterol is good only surgery can treat a 100% blockage, but depending on the flow through the collateral circulation, that may not be necessary. Talk to your cardiologist about treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many types available: Crestor (rosuvastatin) is a "statin" medication, usually the class that is first choice in patients that need cholesterol lowering. There are 7 different statins available in the us, several generic now. In addition other classes of lipid altering agents can help when statins are not enough or not tolerated. Bile acid sequestrants, niacin, fibrates and ezetimibe (blocks cholesterol absorption). See a doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
42yr old male most blood test result came normal except the lipids ch 240, HDL 37, LDL 147, tg 250. Weight 210, 5'10" high, do I need any medication?
Lipid s.Chol.178 s.Triglycerides 105 hdl39. Ldl 110vldl 21. Medication. Listril plus 1 od . Amtas at 1 bd.Disprin1/2 bd.I play badminton.
Am not getting niacin in India. Triglycerides 200+. Other lipids normal. regular walk. Cardio from 3 yrs. No improvement seen. Pls suggest medication?
Leave it alone: Some of my colleagues here will disagree. I do not believe in treating isolated hypertriglyceridemia. After fifty years, nobody's showed any real evidence that this is a risk factor for anything beyond being perhaps your body's way of asking for more exercise. Why not try getting some fitness stuff going instead? You're only 35; you could be far fitter than your peers, buffed up, easily. ...Read more
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