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Can you tell me how is hughes syndrome related to tonocard?

Can you tell me how is hughes syndrome related to tonocard?

Hughes syndrome: read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antiphospholipid_syndrome I can't find any relationship to tonocard ...Read more

Tocainide (Definition)

Tocainide hydrochloride is a rhythm control agent which is a ...Read more


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What is tonocard?

What is tonocard?

Tonocard: It is an antiarrhythmic medication to control abnormal heart rhythms. Not used much as a single agent. Usually used with another agent to control ventricular arrhythmias or abnormal heart rhythms from the lower chamber of the heart. I am surprised that your doctor could get this agent as it has been discontinued in the us. ...Read more

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What does depoxetine hydrochloride heal?

What does depoxetine hydrochloride heal?

PrematureEjaculation: Dapoxetine hcl, marketed as priligy (among and other brands) is the first compound developed specially for the treatment of premature ejaculation (pe) in men 18–64 years old. ...Read more

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What to do if i had 100mg of cetririzine hydrochloride! help!?

What to do if i had 100mg of cetririzine hydrochloride! help!?

Poison control: Any concerns about overdose (in the US) call poison control right away ("Mr. Yuk"), and call 911. But cetirizine is an antihistamine related to hydroxyzine. Like other antihistamines, high doses would likely just cause sleepiness and a dry mouth. ...Read more

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What side effects of nephazoline hydrochloride?

What side effects of nephazoline hydrochloride?

Naphazoline drops: The adverse reactions include: ocular: mydriasis, increased redness, irritation, discomfort, blurring, punctate keratitis, lacrimation, increased intraocular pressure. Systemic: dizziness, headache, nausea, sweating, nervousness, drowsiness, weakness, hypertension, cardiac irregularities, and hyperglycemia. ...Read more

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What are the positive benefits of taking procaine hydrochloride?

What are the positive benefits of taking procaine hydrochloride?

Rarely Used Today: Procaine is the generic name for the old dental local anesthetic novacaine. It had a much higher incidence of true allergic reactions than Lidocaine or xylocaine (lidocaine) that is most popular today. Procaine had the advantage of longer action and no need for using Epinephrine (adrenaline) with the occasional side effect of speeding up the pulse. ...Read more

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R there any substitutes for azalestine hydrochloride, espec in uk available on nhs if you may know of? Regards

R there any substitutes for azalestine hydrochloride, espec in uk available on nhs if you may know of? Regards

Many: There are many in the us but i don't know about the uk. Options include: zaditor, lastacaft, (alcaftadine) and pataday. I presume however that azelastine (or Optivar in the us) is the cheapest. If your problem is stinging from the azelastine, try keeping the drop in the refrigerator since cooling can reduce the stinging unique to this product. Let me know if this works for you. ...Read more

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Tonocard (Definition)

Tonocard is a rhythm control agent which is a ...Read more