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Dr. Erik Borncamp
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Videx (Overview)

Videx is a nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor which is a kind of drug used for HIV (anti-viral agent, antibiotic and antimicrobial).


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What's with videx (didanosine)?

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What's with videx (didanosine)?

Videx EC (didanosine): Is time-release capsules for aids.

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Dr. Erik Borncamp
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Videx (Overview)

Videx is a nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor which is a kind of drug used for HIV (anti-viral agent, antibiotic and antimicrobial).


Dr. Alan Ali Dr. Ali
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What's with videx (didanosine)?

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Videx EC (didanosine): Is time-release capsules for aids.

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What's videx ec (didanosine)?

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Videx EC (didanosine): Is time-release capsules for aids.

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What's with the videx ec (didanosine) warning?

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What's with the  videx ec (didanosine)  warning?

Videx (didanosine) warning: Black box warning for pancreatitis which could be fatal. ...Read more

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Risks of taking videx (didanosine)?

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Videx (didanosine) warning: Black box warning for pancreatitis which could be fatal. ...Read more

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Can children use Maxidex (dexamethasone)?

Can children use Maxidex (dexamethasone)?

No studies have been: done to prove safety and efficacy in children. Maxidex (dexamethasone) is a Class C drug in pregnancy. Animal studies show that it can cause congenital anomalies in fetuses. No studies have been done in pregnant humans.It is contra-indicated in breastfeeding because it is not know if enough corticosteroid is absorbed to to have a significant amount excreted in breast milk that can cause growth problems in infant ...Read more

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Does Marijuana interact with prescription meds? Acyclovir for example?

Does Marijuana interact with prescription meds? Acyclovir for example?

Warnings to watch: Interactions of marijuana and a range of pain medications exist and raise risks of dizziness and in worst cases CNS depression that can be fatal in extreme instances. So, do NOT use pot in combination w/ pain meds w/out clearing it w/ your provider. But this drug has no interaction w/ marijuana at all . So, as long as it is legal where you'd use it - you're safe. The law can hurt you, so take care ...Read more

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How to purchase ilosone (erythromycin estolate) online without prescription?

How to purchase ilosone (erythromycin estolate) online without prescription?

Erythromycin: I would be worried about buying antibiotics on -line without a prescription. Some foreign companies sell that way but how would you know what was really in the pills. ...Read more

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How to purchase ilosone (erythromycin estolate) online?

How to purchase ilosone (erythromycin estolate) online?

Ilosone (erythromycin estolate) Rx: You can buy it online. Just enter "ilosone" into google. You will get many hits, and many are just information about the drug, but there are many online pharmacies at well who will sell to you without a prescription. One example is: http://www.Onlinerx4all.Com/generic-ilosone-250mg.Html. ...Read more

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Using diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate) cream -- any side effects?

Using diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate) cream -- any side effects?

YES: Diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate) is a topical steroid and can lead to chronic and sometimes permanent side effects on the skin like thinning, scarring and increasing or decreasing pigmentation (hyper pigmentation and hypopigmentation). These side effects can be avoided by using the cream sparingly and with frequent breaks. ...Read more

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Who would use voltaren (diclofenac) ophthalmic drops?

Who would use voltaren (diclofenac) ophthalmic drops?

Inflammation : This drop is used for inflammation pain and swelling. There are many variants of this drop which are in use today most commonly after cataract surgery. ...Read more

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Vanceril (beclomethasone) inhaler directions please?

Vanceril (beclomethasone) inhaler directions please?

Inhaled steroid: Usually 2 times daily 1-4 puffs. When using steroid, remember to rinse your mouth after use. ...Read more

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Can children use Peridex (chlorhexidine gluconate)?

Can children use Peridex (chlorhexidine gluconate)?

Peridex (chlorhexidine gluconate): Clinical effectiveness and safety of Peridex (chlorhexidine gluconate) have not been established in children under the age of 18. In addition, why would a child have severe gingival problems? ...Read more

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Is voltaren (diclofenac) ophthalmic drops effective?

Is voltaren (diclofenac) ophthalmic drops effective?

It depends: It depends on why it is being used. It can be effective for bacterial infection. ...Read more

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Is lidex (fluocinonide) okay for mouth ulcers?

Is lidex (fluocinonide) okay for mouth ulcers?

Lidex (fluocinonide) Gel: Lidex (fluocinonide) gel can be used on mouth ulcers. It is often used to treat oral diseases like lichen plans, oral apthae (canker sores) and herpes simplex among other diseases that cause oral sores and erosions. ...Read more

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Didanosine (Definition)

Didanosine is a nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor which is a kind of drug used for HIV (anti-viral ...Read more