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Dr. Tiffanie Noonan
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Eryc Delayed Release (Overview)

Eryc delayed release is a macrolide which is a kind of anti-bacterial drug (antibiotic and antimicrobial).


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Fast release or delayed release probiotics?

Fast release or delayed release probiotics?

Delayed: The probiotic needs to survive the trip past the acid in the stomach; delayed release would theoretically be more effective. ...Read more

Dr. Tiffanie Noonan
189 doctors shared insights

Eryc Delayed Release (Overview)

Eryc delayed release is a macrolide which is a kind of anti-bacterial drug (antibiotic and antimicrobial).


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If a medication is marketed as delayed release and available in 20mg & 40mg, does 20mg q12h have the same effect on serum concentration as 40mg qd?

Depends on medicine: The answer to your question depends on what medicine it is. Delayed release medicines are built to dissolve more slowly than others. The metabolism of different drugs varies a lot. For some medicines there may not be much difference practically, for others this could be a big difference. ...Read more

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Coping with Nuclear or Radioactive Releases (Checklist)

Listen to instructions from the Emergency Broadcast Network
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if you must shelter in place, duct tape all outside doors, windows, and chimneys
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Have a week's worth of rations, water, and iodine pills if at high risk
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Have batteries, flashlight, transistor radio, and first-aid kit handy
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What drugs treat delayed puberty?

What drugs treat delayed puberty?

Delayed puberty: Treatment can only be started after the doctor has taken a medical history. done a physical exam, reviewed height and weight growth curves, and appropriate lab tests. Then the doctor will decide the diagnosis and possible need for further evaluation or medication. ...Read more

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Welbutrin for Crohn's suggests 'immediate release' to inhibit tnf. Is sr or XL ok for uc, as released 'farther down?' or is a' blast' of it(ir)needed?

Welbutrin for Crohn's suggests 'immediate release' to inhibit tnf. Is sr or XL ok for uc, as released 'farther down?' or is a' blast' of it(ir)needed?

Wellbutrin (bupropion)???: I am not aware of any information regarding wellbutrin (bupropion) in crohn's disease except as it may help one to stop smoking which can be very helpful in the management of crohn's. If you have some info regarding this as a therapeutic agent, please share it with me. ...Read more

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Isosorbide mononitrate extended-release( imdur) vs quick acting release(by kremers). Which one can develop tolerance more. Which one prescribed often?

Isosorbide mononitrate extended-release( imdur) vs quick acting release(by kremers). Which one can develop tolerance more. Which one prescribed often?

Different targets: Either can develop tolerance, long acting a little more likely b/c in system longer. But imdur usually for prolonged venous-dilitation / cardiac perfusion effects and immediate / short formulation more common w/cardiac symptoms. Ask you cardiologist or pharmacist for more specific information. ...Read more

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Is it ethical for my prescriber to delay refills of ongoing medications? I've been seeing my psychiatrist for 12 years. He's had the same assistant during this time. His assistant is the one about whom I am inquiring. Over the last 12 years the asst. Ha

Is it ethical for my prescriber to delay refills of ongoing medications? I've been seeing my psychiatrist for 12 years.  He's had the same assistant during this time.  His assistant is the one about whom I am inquiring. Over the last 12 years the asst. Ha

Refill..may need f/u: The condition which comes to my mind under which i would not refill a long-term patient would be if i had not seen the patient for an extended period of time. You see, the physician must ensure the medication(s) prescribed and dosing continue to be safe and appropriate. ...Read more

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Kindly explain me the difference between sustained release & extended release in drugs?

What's In a name: The terms extended release and sustained release are generalizations and are virtually interchangable. Er, sr, xr, cr, xl are all suffixes attached to drug names to indicate that the medication is delivered over a period of time (usually 12 to 24 hours) instead of being immediately available to your body. This is achieved in various ways. Naming is just a preference of the manufacturer. ...Read more

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Can food poisoning delayed my periods?

Can food poisoning delayed my periods?

It is possible: Depending upon the severity of the episode -- but if you've had sexual exposure consider doing an hpt to be sure. ...Read more

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I stopped taking my prescribed erythromycin, is this okay?

I stopped taking my prescribed erythromycin, is this okay?

Check with your Dr: You don't tell us why UR taking Erythromycin in the first place, how long youhave been taking it or duration of the prescription. U obviously saw a health care provider who gave U prescription in first place. It would be logical to cosult that person. Send us details if you can't afford a return visit to Ur Dr. ...Read more

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I wash my face everyday with salicylic acid's product and I use erythromycin topical solution followed by topical benzoyl peroxyde, is it effective?

I wash my face everyday with salicylic acid's product and I use  erythromycin topical solution followed by topical benzoyl peroxyde, is it effective?

For acne-yes: Sounds like a typical regimen to improve your complexion from acne. These products are indeed very effective in healing and preventing acne lesions. Be careful of overdrying of the skin and sun sensitivity. ...Read more

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How long does erythromycin take to work on for an infected tooth/gum?

How long does erythromycin take to work on for an infected tooth/gum?

Treat the cause: Antibiotics are only good for treating some of the bacteria, but are not able to remove all of the bugs, so they regrow. You will need to find out why you have a tooth or gum infection and then treat the cause. If the problem is inside the tooth a root canal may be needed. If it is a gum problem you might try something like the perio protect method. ...Read more

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Can PPIs cause delayed gastric emptying? I had 4 cycles of BEP chemo for testicular cancer 1yr ago. Could this also cause delayed emptying long term?

Can PPIs cause delayed gastric emptying? I had 4 cycles of BEP chemo for testicular cancer 1yr ago. Could this also cause delayed emptying long term?

PPIs are Harmless: You are worried about a matter which has nothing to do with Chemotherapy or PPIs. If you can just ignore and quit worrying, you will do fine. Gastric emptying is not in our control. it all depends on the type of food you eat. Avoid meals heavy in Fat(fried/greasy foods) and high sugar containing dishes, the food will leave your stomach in 3 hours instead of 6 hours(fatty foods stick around longer) ...Read more