antiemetic

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As concerns continue to mount regarding the possible alleged risks of Zofran use during pregnancy, a growing body of research has identified a host of birth defects that may impact babies exposed to the controversial anti-nausea drug in utero.
BEIRUT: Despite a recent call by medical journal Prescrire to remove the anti-nausea drug domperidone from European markets, it will be available in Lebanon at least for now.
One of the expert witnesses in several lawsuits against Merrell Dow was Australian doctor William McBride, who first brought to light the birth defects associated with the anti-nausea drug thalidomide, and published a paper linking Bendectin (referred to by its U.
Stay hydrated - try rehydration sachets, antidiarrhoea or anti-nausea tablets.
If the symptoms are particularly severe though, a GP may prescribe anti-nausea medication but only take it on medical advice.
Many of the international medical community regards this as the first choice anti-nausea drug for cancer patients following treatment," he said.
Your doctor can give you an anti-nausea remedy either in a pill or as an injection.
Tardive dyskinesia is a rare and permanent side-effect of neuroleptic drugs, which include some of the older antipsychotics as well as some old-fashioned anti-nausea drugs.
The most common anti-nausea point is called P6, or Pericardium 6.
The Wyeth anti-nausea medicine was administered by injection intramuscularly to the buttocks.
Anti-nausea medications help with stomach discomfort and vomiting.
MOTILIUM is an anti-nausea remedy which slows the action of the gut and reduces feelings of sickness in the brain.
New Hampshire will get more than $85,000 from GlaxoSmithKline PLC to settle claims it overcharged the Medicaid and Medicare programs for two anti-nausea drugs, Attorney General Kelly Ayotte announced earlier this month.
Migraleve Pink contains anti-nausea (buclizine) and headache ingredients (paracetamol and codeine) a nd should be taken at the first sign of a migraine attack.
Pharmacologists and other scientists treat its historic and potential therapeutic applications in regulating gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, neurologic, and endocrine functions, and in developing new anti-cancer drugs (beyond an anti-nausea agent).