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Can Neurobion Be Given Intravenously
Only in hospital: Intravenous Insulin works immediately and needs close-monitoring and so only given in-hospital setting--often small bolus and the as a slow drip in controlling acute diabetic ketoacidosis. Actually all Insulin can be given iv, but not recommended elsewhere besides hospital where you can be closely monitored. If you have concerns, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
No other form: Presently, there is no other form of Dobutamine on the market. Generally, when Dobutamine is used, one is seeking immediate action of the drug, if the drug was administered through just about any other route, it would take longer to act and the delay in action is not desirable. This of course excludes CHF patients on chronic Dobutamine pump, my first sentence is directed at them. ...Read more
Several reasons: Drugs given via an IV route have a chance to diffuse and dilute in the blood stream before hitting the capillaries of the periphery where they may have undesired effects. In addition the IV route has a first pass through the lungs which may successfully filter out particle that could hurt an peripheral arterial bed. IVs are also safer and more common. ...Read more
Please help! What happens if voltaren (diclofenac) was given intravenously instead of intramuscularly by mistake?
No Vaccine like that:
There is no anti tetanus vaccine called Anti Tetanus and mixed vaccine like dpt, tdap, td are never given Intravenously
So what if anytthing happen is not known and there is no reason to know as they are only tested intramuscular only ...Read more
Not known: If it was given by mistake, there is no studies exist about the side effect of it. ...Read more
Can intravenous fluid cause pulmonary odema if given to patient with newly discover renal impairment?
Iv fluids-complicxated issue-
age, other diagnosis, rate of infusion & type of fluids have to be considered. ...Read more
Obgyn transcription: "elective appendectomy was performed. Patient given preop intravenous ____ (monasid)? " What does this mean?
Maybe antibiotic: We frequently give antibiotics prior to certain procedures. That is probably what the surgeon was describing. ...Read more
Is the intravenous infusion that is given to a patient is the same as sodium bicarbonate or has some sodium bicarbonate added to some medication. Thx?
Bicarbonate in intravenous infusion is uncommon and may be used infrequently to correct acid-base balance in metabolic disorders.
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more
If first cycle of chemo on the breast had very minimal discomfort (booster thro intravenous and immunity jab on the stomach given) will 2nd be same?
Hopefully yes: ...But some side effects accumulate and may become more noticeable as you go along. Keep your oncologist informed of any new symptom and best to you. ...Read more
What happens to a patient with a coronary artery disease if he is given 1 liter of intravenous fluids in just 2 hours?
Depends: Generally, after Antivenin is administered, as long as no allergic reactions occurs, symptoms should begin to abate within minutes to hours. However, this also depends on whether enough Antivenin is given. ...Read more
Unusual: Get emergency medical help if allergic reaction while taking multivitamin (the active ingredient in neurobion): hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. When taken as directed, multivitamins are not expected to cause serious side effects. Less serious side effects of multivitamin may include: upset stomach; headache; or unusual or unpleasant taste in your mouth. ...Read more
STOP: Medication: you apparently ingested about 150 mg of diclofenac- highly nauseating and irritating to your stomach. Please call your physician. ...Read more
What is the difference between neurogen e and neurobion? Which can help soft tissues heal faster?
Neurobion: It is just a greater dose and would depend on what you need. ...Read more
This contains: 100 mg vitamin b1, 200 mg b6 and 200 micrograms of b12------enormoujs doses of these vitamins. Vitamins all work together in a team relationship so this is not a proper name for a multivitamin that should contain all. Without medical supervision you may develop unpredictable symptoms of vitamin imbalance. The idea of alternative medicine is being distorted by the money drive. I am appalled. ...Read more
Depends. . .: Neurobion appears to be a dietary supplement which has no 3rd party oversight in the states to monitor manufacturing quality ; safety, much less prove its effectiveness. Sildenafil is the generic for viagra. However, viagra has not yet gone generic here in the states such that generic sildenafil is not available. Best to discuss this question w/your prescribing doc. Btw don't take w/nitrates. ...Read more
I would not take: This unless approved by your obstetrician. This preparation of neurologically important B vitamins (thiamine/B1, B6 and B12) is not generally available in the US and I have no experience with it. The dosages may be high. Please review with your doctor before taking it. Good wishes for healthy pregnancy and baby:) ...Read more
Is methycobal 500 used for treating neuralgia? Compared to Neurobion, Neurogen E, which is more effective?
Vitamin B12: Vitamin B12 is used to treat peripheral neuropathy that is due to a deficiency in vitamin B12. There is not a lot of research into head-to-head comparisons of the efficacy of over the counter medications (including vitamins). Just make sure to normalize your vitamin B12 level if it is low. See your neurologist for further discussion. Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/druginfo/natural/926.html ...Read more
I take Tribose M 500/0.2 1-0-1 past 5/6 years, Avas 5mg and Neurobion Forte 1 each. Now my BS level is Fasting 87, PP 138 A1c 6.4. Can I stop medicine?
No, keep going.: Do not stop the medication- you are well controlled, but due to the medication (and maybe lifestyle). If you stop these, your control will slip. Well done. Keep at it! ...Read more
Likely no: This medication contains diclofenac, thiamine, pyridoxine and cyanocobalamin. The biggest concern is the diclofenac. This is a nsaid, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory. For the most part these can safely be taken up until somewhere around 26 weeks gestation. After that they can cause premature closure of baby's ductus arteriosa in heart, and other concerns. Bottom line, just take b vitamins. ...Read more
I had 3 injections two weeks ago of dolo neurobion forte for my sciatic pain. It worked great for 6 days of relief. Can I take injections again?
Just a fancy:
Name for VITAMINS....I will not recommend or discourage RATHER point out that 6 days of relief is NOT of sufficient LENGTH to justify MULTIPLE Injections.....
Hope this is helpful
Dr Z ...Read more
Neurobions: Neurobion contains vitamins b1 b6 and b12. There was no information available to suggest that would help in either one of these conditions. You can save your money. Best wishes. ...Read more
Possibly: Vitamins by definition are vital elements of our bodies building blocks that we do not make. We can extract many from dietary intake and others as supplements. Those following a well balanced and diverse diet need fewer supplements than those on a narrow or restricted diet. In the us it is hard to find foods that don't have various vitamin fortifiers added. We usually eliminate any excess daily. ...Read more
Not at all: If you don't have a deficiency, supplements offer no benefit and according to some recent studies may actually cause harm. See september 2012 issue of consumer reports article on the dangers of taking vitamin supplements. The only way to know if you have a deficiency is to be tested for it. See your doctor to discuss test options. ...Read more
Need more info: Recommendations differ depending on your health status, gender, age, and goals, etc. You have shared nothing about your diet, goals, or current status. So, your best bet would be to consult a physician skilled in nutrition and integrative medicine. You can find one through american board of integrative holistic medicine: http://www. Abihm. Org/ at the very least, most need a good multivitamin. ...Read more
Absolutely: First of all our soils are depleted and no longer contain the same nutrients that were available to us as little as 30 yr ago. To further complicate matters we are a "processed food" society. The more you process a food the more nutrients you deplete. Then there is the issue of over cooking the processed foods. We are eating essentially "dead food". This makes supplementation critical for health. ...Read more
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