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Yes: Not necessarily as a direct effect of the drug, but either due to tumor lysis, to allergic reactions, or you may develop infections coincidentally. It is not a generally reported side-effect of this medication, but no drugs are free of some associated complications. ...Read more
Stage IV nsclc squamous - non operable but currently being treated with navelbine (vinorelbine) and cistplatin. The stage is t3n3 m1b - what are the survival stats?
Not good: While survival is related to the response to the chemotherapy, survival with advanced stage lung cancer is not good. Over half have died by 8 months, and at 5 years fewer than 10% are alive. Individual response varies, and these are statistics...Remember, people are not "numbers." i hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Also called by its: Generic name, vinorelbine, it is a mitotic spindle inhibitor, and the new "v" drug added in the 1990's. It enjoys a prominent role in nsclc lung cancer treatment in canada and some european countires (france, italy), but not used commonly in us. Now Pemetrexed dominant in most adenocarcinoma, free-for all in squamous. Data using nav in post op (anita trial) reliable. Paclitaxel dominant usa. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husband is terminally ill from stage IV lung cancer that has mestastised to his liver. taking navelbine (vinorelbine). Will that cure him?
No, but...: It has a fair chance of slowing the tumor. Some folks live for months or perhaps even longer comfortably even with liver metastases from lung cancer, especially if the response to chemotherapy has been good. I hope the two of you will have more quality time together. It will be his and your decision, with advice from the oncologist, when to stop treatment and choose comfort measures only. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my husband is terminally ill from stage IV lung cancer that has mestastised to his liver. taking navelbine (vinorelbine)?
Quality of life: If his cancer is controlled with chemotherapy, and he is pleased with his quality of life, I would continue the treatment. The medical oncologist will know if other agents can be used if navelbine (vinorelbine) stops being effective. If quality of life is low with the chemotherapy, it is reasonable to stop treatment and pursue hospice. It is a very personal decision. ...Read more
No difference: Dihydrocodeine is a name of the medicinal product. Dihydrocodeine tartrate is a qualitative and quantitative composition. No difference, the same medication. ...Read more
You could, but why?: You probably could, but why would you want to? Taken occasionally, zolpidem is a good medicine for help with falling asleep (but not staying asleep). Melatonin has minimal effects on sleep (it does help change the circadian rhythm). For long-term use, medicines like zolpidem are not that great an idea. If the cause cannot be found, medicines like trazodone or Doxepin might be better. ...Read more
Sleep: or go to an emergency department.Get a more detailed answer ›
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Is there an extended release of Zolpidem tartrate? I find the Zolpidem isn't helping me sleep all night. Thanks
Zolpidem: Ambien-CR 12.5 mg.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have a question i would like to discuss suicide & zolpidem tartrate i attempted a major suicide in 1999
but was pulled from my car after 4hrs. ?
Discussing Suicide: As healthtap does not have resources for private, in person discussions, it can't be as helpful for such a topic as seeing an individual psychiatrist or therapist would be for you. I hope you are in treatment with someone like this. If you're seriously considering suicide again, please contact your own physician, call suicide prevention hotline @1-800-273-talk (8255), or call 911. ...Read more
My dr switched my metropolol tartrate (25mlg) twice a day (am and pm) to metropolol succinate (50mlg) once a day. Do i begin taking it at 9am or 9pm?
Is there a difference in doseage i was taking 50mg metoprolol ER bid. Now i can no longer get extended release only tartrate shoulibi continue same do?
Heart disorders: Metoprolol tartrate (lopressor) is an immediate-release (short duration) beta-blocker dosed twice daily for long-term management of hypertension and angina (chest pain). Metoprolol tartrate can also be used to treat an acute myocardial infarction (heart attack). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The same: Zolpidem tartrate is also known as zolpidem hemitartrate which is the actual form of the compound, a salt containing 2 drug molecules and one tartaric acid molecule zolpidem is commercially available as its hemitartrate salt of formula 2 having a 2:1 ratio of zolpidem base to l-(+) tartaric acid. The hemitartrate salt of zolpidem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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