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What Is Fraclox Medicine Used For
Laudanosine: Laudanosine decreases the seizure threshold, and thus it can induce seizures if present at sufficient threshold concentrations; however such concentrations are unlikely to be produced consequent to chemodegradable metabolism of clinically administered doses of cisatracurium or atracurium. ...Read more
See below: Drugs used in the short term are colchicine and indomethacin and sometimes prednisone. If there are frequent recurrent disabling attacks of gout, erosions of bone on X-Rays, chalky deposits of uric acid (gout crystals) under the skin, or uric acid kidney stones, a long term Rx such as allopurinol or feboxustat would be needed to lower the uric acid. ...Read more
It's a vasodilator (dilates blood vessels) and has a couple of common uses
1: it can be used for high blood pressure, although usually not a first choice these days since its dosed frequently when given in pill form.
2: it's used in heart failure. It's called an after-load reducer. Basically makes it easier for a weakened heart (heart failure) to push blood out to the body. ...Read more
Body surface looks: Aesthetic medicine is the new subspecialty of aesthetic surgery devoted to refining appearance using non-invasive methods. Many of the standard treatments (botox, tissue fillers, laser resurfacing and chemical peels) are now being offered under the name aesthetic medicine which any doctor with an active state license can use. Aesthetic medicine is not a treatment but a collection of treatments. ...Read more
Sulfur & Sulfas:
Sulfur occurs naturally in hot springs and volcanic craters and was probably first used thousands of years ago in remedies for skin conditions.
In modern medicine, sulfas, organic compounds containing sulfur were first synthesized in the 1930s. The first sulfa was prontosil (sulfonamidochrysoidine) a prodrug made by bayer, (aspirin) then came sulfanilimide in 1935 by the pasteur institute. ...Read more
No medical use:
It is an interesting chemical and plays an important role in our metabolism. But there is no need or benefit in taking it by mouth or applying to skin as some folks do to get whitening!
Why are your interested in it?? ...Read more
In the summer of 2012, the CDC updated the guidelines again - recommending that all gonorrhea cases be treated with injectable, rather than oral, antibiotics.
Also, because Chlamydia is so often also present, it is recommended to always treat for that, too.
Best wishes to you! ...Read more
Laudinium: No. It is no longer used in midern medicine, because of the unpredictability of its effects/side effects. ...Read more
An herbal supplement: Withania coagulans is a plant from India, that has been used in traditional India medicine for years for various conditions. There are some VERY SMALL scientific studies/research that suggest it can help lower blood sugar. Much more research is needed to find about exact uses, doses, and side effects. The same plant substance can cure at 1 dose & kill at another dose. So wait for good evidence. ...Read more
It's not any more: Polymer of formaldehyde. Formaldehyde / formalin is still probably the best general preservative for surgical specimens. It has limited use as a fumigant and fungicide. ...Read more