2251 results for "skin"

Hyaluronate sodium (Injection)

If you notice any of the effects listed in the bullet points below, you may need to check with your treating physician:...
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Androgen (Oral, Parenteral, Subcutaneous, Topical, Transdermal)

A doctor may prescribe one or more of the following routes of Androgen: Capsule – taken orally by mouth, a...
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Temozolomide (Oral)

Common side effects: Nausea and vomiting Fatigue Constipation Headache...
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Aztreonam (Injection, Intravenous)

It is commonly prescribed for the treatment of respiratory tract infections (including bronchitis and pneumonia), urinary tract infections, blood infections, skin infections, gynecological infections, and...
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Ceftazidime (Injection)

Conditions treated Bacterial Pneumonia caused by Haemophilus Influenzae Skin Infection due to Serratia Bacteria...
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Chloroxine (Topical)

Applying this medication topically reduces the appearance of scales on the skin or scalp. Chloroxine has been shown to hold up mitotic movement in...
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Sulfapyridine (Oral)

Although there are several possible uses for sulfapyridine, it is most often prescribed as a treatment for patients suffering from the skin disease known as...
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Brimonidine (Topical)

It is used as a treatment for the skin condition rosacea, which causes excessive facial redness. The more common side effects in this category...
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Measles Virus Vaccine, Live (Subcutaneous)

For example, patients may exhibit the following symptoms after the vaccine has been administered: Stinging or burning at place of...
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