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Can I go out in the sun if taking dynacin (minocycline)?

Can I go out in the sun if taking dynacin (minocycline)?

You can, but wear : Sunscreen an spend only a third or a fourth of the time out. Antibiotics tend to put you under a magnifying glass in the sun... ...Read more

Dr. Patricia Foster
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Dynacin (Definition)

Dynacin is a tetracyclic agent which is a kind of serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibiting drug (atypical anti-psychotic ...Read more


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Are there any chemical agents that can lead to people becoming epileptic?

Are there any chemical agents that can lead to people becoming epileptic?

Lower Thresholds: There are substances that can lower the threshold for having a seizure. Some ssris, antiasthmatics, antibiotics, immunosuppressants, antipsychotics, stimulants, and bupropion have been shown to lower seizure threshold. Significant alcohol use can also lower the threshold, particularly when the alcohol is leaving the body or when combined with the other substances (e.g., bupropion). ...Read more

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What foods have antimicrobial agents in them? Can you tell me what foods contain antimicrobial agents?

What foods have antimicrobial agents in them? Can you tell me what foods contain antimicrobial agents?

Organic foods: Many commercially raised foods are sprayed with several chemicals, pesticides, fungicides and others e.g. Apples may have six or seven or more sprays of different agents, so that any one agent is below government safety limits. Rarely are studies of the effect of multiple chemicals and pesticides on the people in general. Best way to try to protect yourself is by using organic foods. ...Read more

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Please tell me if there are any other curing agents for resol resins rather than hexa (hexamethylentetramine)?

Please tell me if there are any other curing agents for resol resins rather than hexa (hexamethylentetramine)?

This sounds like a: chemistry question that doesn't fall within the scope of medicine. The only Resol that I am medically knowledgeable about is electrolyte solution. ...Read more

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Agent orange -- real risk?

Agent orange -- real risk?

Good question: The long-term health effects of the herbicide agent orange are not well-studied or confirmed, but may include certain cancers, including prostate cancer, soft tissue sarcomas, and non-hodgkin’s lymphoma. Although there is no likely association with thyroid nodules and cancer, one study yielded preliminary findings suggestive of a three-fold increased risk of graves' disease. ...Read more

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What kind of diseases come from agent orange?

What kind of diseases come from agent orange?

Presumptive diseases: Department of Veteran's Affairs presumptive diseases for Agent Orange include: AL Amyloidosis, Chronic B-cell Leukemias, Chloracne, Diabetes Mellitus Type 2, Hodgkin's Disease,Ischemic Heart Disease, Multiple Myeloma, Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, Parkinson's Disease, Peripheral Neuropathy, Early-Onset, Porphyria Cutanea Tarda,Prostate Cancer, some Soft Tissue Sarcomas & Respiratory Cancers. ...Read more

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Are there any side effects associated with antihemorrhagic agents?

Of course.: All medicines have possible side effects, to a greater or lesser degree. Not every one experiences some or all of the possible side effects of any drug, which cannot be predicted with certainty, usually. lways ask your doc about possible side effects of any medicine you are given. Confirm w/pharmacist and reliable online resources. If you have a specific drug in mine, please ask again w/ its name ...Read more

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What are the ways that cancer causing agents usually lead to cancer?

What are the ways that cancer causing agents usually lead to cancer?

Dna damage: That is either not repaired, or repaired incorrectly. Cell division replicates the mistake, and leads to more errors. ...Read more

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When are neuromuscular blocking agents used?

When are neuromuscular blocking agents used?

General anesthesia: Neuromuscular blocking agents are used during general anesthesia to help with surgery. They help keep a patient still, so that there is no movement during critical procedures, they can also assist with performance of certain procedures (abdominal surgery). Relaxed muscles can make it easier for the surgeon to get the exposure they need. ...Read more

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Which company makes the chemotherapy agent cisplatin?

Which company makes the chemotherapy agent cisplatin?

Several companies: There are several manufacturers of Cisplatin in the United States and abroad. ...Read more

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Are there agents that can induce cancer through mutagenesis?

Are there agents that can induce cancer through mutagenesis?

Chemicals : Radiation, viruses. Most carcinogenic agents, be those chemical, radiation of viral infections induce changes in dna and induce mutations that promote growth. ...Read more

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Which pain reliever is not a blood thinning agent?

Which pain reliever is not a blood thinning agent?

Many: Muscle relaxants (i.e. Skelaxin, (metaxalone) flexeril), neuropathic agents (gabapentin, lyrica), opiates (morphine, hydrocodone), Lidocaine and other local anesthetics, tyelenol, along with many other drug classes do not thin the blood. Aspirin is the most commonly used pain killer that will act as a blood thinner. ...Read more

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Which agent is used for emergency therapy of arrhythmias?

Which agent is used for emergency therapy of arrhythmias?

Depends: That question cannot be answered unless you know the type of arrhythmia. ...Read more

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Is it true that eggplant may cause cancer because it contains oxidation agents?

Is it true that eggplant may cause cancer because it contains oxidation agents?

No such concerns yet: Vegetables are generally considered protective against cancer. So i can not agree with you on your proposition . I believe that eating eggplants to be absolutely safe. ...Read more

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What cause death in peritonitis if the etiology is by non infectious agents? Thank

What cause death in peritonitis if the etiology is by non infectious agents? Thank

Multiple organ fail: Peritonitis means INFLAMMATION of the peritoneum, the inner lining of the belly. Sometimes this starts with bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, or inflammatory conditions like lupus. Once the inflammation starts, it makes all the major organs (heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, brain) work much harder than normal. Sometimes those organs can't do the work, and fail one at a time, causing death. ...Read more

Dr. Scott Keith
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Tetracyclic Drug (Definition)

Tetracyclic agents are a kind of serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibiting drug (atypical anti-psychotic ...Read more