SULFADIAZINE

Table of Contents1 SULFADIAZINE1.1 Overview and uses1.2 Indication (uses)1.3 Pharmacological classification1.4 Brand names1.5 Dosage form1.6 Mechanism of action1.7 Dosage1.7.1 Dosage (for adults)1.7.2 Dosage (for pediatric patients)1.8 RENAL DOSE ADJUSTMENTS1.9 HEPATIC DOSE ADJUSTMENT1.10 ELDERLY PATIENTS1.11 OVERDOSAGE1.12 Side effects or unwanted effects1.13 Pregnancy1.14 Nursing1.15 Interactions1.15.1 Drug-drug interactions1.15.2 Drug-food interactions SULFADIAZINE Overview and uses Sulfadiazine is a short-acting … Read moreSULFADIAZINE

ZIDOVUDINE

Table of Contents1 ZIDOVUDINE1.1 Overview and uses1.2 Brand names of Zidovudine1.3 Brand names of Zidovudine with other medicines1.4 Pharmacological classification1.5 Indication (used for)1.6 Dosage form1.7 Mechanism of action1.8 Metabolism1.9 Dosage1.9.1 Adult dose for HIV infection1.9.2 Adult dose for prevention of maternal-fetal HIV – 1 transmission1.10 Dose in patients with renal impairment1.11 Pediatric dose1.11.1 Pediatric dose … Read moreZIDOVUDINE

NEVIRAPINE

Table of Contents1 NEVIRAPINE1.1 Overview and uses1.2 Brand names1.3 Brand names of Nevirapine combination1.4 Pharmacological classification1.5 Mechanism of action1.6 Indication (used for)1.7 Dosage form1.8 Dosage1.8.1 Adult Dose1.8.2 Pediatric dose (based on body surface area)1.9 RENAL DOSE ADJUSTMENTS1.10 HEPATIC DOSE ADJUSTMENT1.11 DOSE INTERRUPTION1.12 Over dosage1.13 Pregnancy1.14 Nursing Mothers1.15 Unwanted or side effects1.16 Contraindications of Nevirapine1.17 Interactions1.17.1 … Read moreNEVIRAPINE

MELPHALAN

Table of Contents1 MELPHALAN1.1 Overview and uses1.2 Indication (uses)1.2.1 Tablets1.2.2 Injection (vial for reconstitution)1.3 Pharmacological classification1.4 Brand names1.5 Dosage form1.6 Mechanism of action1.7 Dosage1.7.1 Dosage (tablets)1.7.2 Dosage (injection – vial for reconstitution)1.8 Hepatic dose adjustment1.9 Renal dose adjustments1.10 Pediatric patients1.11 Geriatric dose adjustments1.12 Overdosage1.12.1 Symptoms of over dose1.12.2 Treatment1.13 Side effects or adverse effects1.14 Warnings … Read moreMELPHALAN

MECHLORETHAMINE

Table of Contents1 MECHLORETHAMINE1.1 Overview and uses1.2 Indication (uses)1.3 Pharmacological classification1.4 Brand names1.5 Dosage form1.6 Mechanism of action1.7 Dosage1.7.1 Intravenous use1.7.2 Intracavitary use1.8 Renal dose adjustments1.9 Hepatic dose adjustments1.10 Geriatric dose adjustments1.11 Pediatric use1.12 Overdosage1.13 Side effects or adverse effects1.14 Warnings & Precautions1.15 Contraindications1.16 Pregnancy & breastfeeding warnings1.16.1 Pregnancy1.16.2 Nursing1.17 Interactions1.18 Drug-drug interactions1.19 Reference MECHLORETHAMINE … Read moreMECHLORETHAMINE

MAFENIDE

Table of Contents1 MAFENIDE ACETATE1.1 Overview and uses1.2 Indication (uses)1.3 Pharmacological classification1.4 Brand names1.5 Dosage form1.6 Mechanism of action1.7 Dosage1.7.1 Mafenide topical solution1.7.2 Mafenide topical cream1.8 Pediatric use1.9 Geriatric use1.10 Side effects or adverse effects1.11 Warnings1.12 Pregnancy & breastfeeding warnings1.12.1 Pregnancy1.12.2 Nursing1.13 Interactions1.14 Reference MAFENIDE ACETATE Overview and uses Mafenide acetate is an antibiotic used … Read moreMAFENIDE

Agranulocytosis

Table of Contents1 Agranulocytosis1.1 Alternate names1.2 Symptoms1.3 Causes1.4 Diagnosis 1.5 Treatment 1.6 Precautions Agranulocytosis Agranulocytosis is a condition characterized by a reduced number of Granulocytes. Granulocytes are a type of white blood cells that are responsible for healthy immunity. Granulocytes are filled with microscopic granules that contain enzymes which digest microorganisms. Granulocytes are made in … Read moreAgranulocytosis

THIOTEPA

Table of Contents1 THIOTEPA1.1 Overview and uses1.2 Indication (uses)1.3 Pharmacological classification1.4 Brand names1.5 Dosage form1.6 Mechanism of action1.7 Dosage1.7.1 Class 3 beta thalassemia1.7.2 Adenocarcinoma of the breast or ovary1.7.3 Malignant effusion1.7.4 Superficial papillary carcinoma of the urinary bladder1.8 Pediatric patients1.9 Hepatic dose adjustment1.10 Renal dose adjustments1.11 Geriatric dose adjustments1.12 Overdosage1.13 Side effects or adverse effects1.14 … Read moreTHIOTEPA

BUSULFAN

Table of Contents1 BUSULFAN1.1 Overview and uses1.2 Indication (uses)1.3 Pharmacological classification1.4 Brand names1.5 Dosage form1.6 Mechanism of action1.7 Dosage1.7.1 Injection1.7.2 Tablets1.8 Renal dose adjustments1.9 Hepatic dose adjustments1.10 Other dose adjustments1.11 Overdosage1.12 Side effects or adverse effects1.13 Warnings & Precautions1.14 Pregnancy & breastfeeding warnings1.14.1 Pregnancy 1.14.2 Nursing1.15 Interactions 1.15.1 Drug-drug interactions1.16 Reference1.17 Overview and uses1.18 Indication … Read moreBUSULFAN

SAFINAMIDE

Table of Contents1 SAFINAMIDE1.1 Overview and uses1.2 Indications and uses1.3 Pharmacological classification1.4 Brand names1.5 Dosage form1.6 Mechanism of action1.7 Dosage1.8 Pediatric dose adjustment1.9 Geriatric dose adjustment1.10 Hepatic dose adjustment1.11 Overdosage1.12 Side effects1.13 Pregnancy and breastfeeding warnings1.13.1 Pregnancy1.13.2 Nursing Mothers1.14 Interactions1.14.1 Drug-drug interactions1.14.2 Drug-food interaction1.15 Reference SAFINAMIDE Overview and uses Safinamide is a medicine used as … Read moreSAFINAMIDE