antiemetic

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The drugs, manufactured in Puerto Rico between 2001 and 2005, included the antinausea drug Kytril, the antidepressant Paxil CR, the diabetes medication Avandamet, and the anti-infection ointment Bactroban.
compelled to intervene and provide, for example, antinausea medication, so that the patient's dying would be free of further complications.
Consider the possibility of discovering pockets of unexpected, high-cost members who are driven by off-label prescribing, such as antinausea medication intended for chemotherapy patients prescribed to members suffering from morning sickness.
The patient was treated with antibiotics, antinausea medication, acetaminophen, and an inhaled corticosteroid; she recovered.
Some participants reported receiving treatment for their withdrawal symptoms, including the administration of muscle relaxants, narcotic pain relievers, sedatives, antinausea medications, or Clonidine.
Wyeth could have "unilaterally added a stronger warning" regarding the intravenous-push administration method to its antinausea drug Phenergan, which ultimately caused Diana Levine, a musician, to lose her arm to infection and subsequent amputation, Stevens wrote.
3]) receptor antagonist ondansetron, an antinausea medication, in the treatment of alcohol use also emerges from extensive preclinical literature which suggests that alcohol exerts effects through the [5-HT.
The plaintiff in the Wyeth case, musician Diana Levine, lost an arm to gangrene, caused by an antinausea drug given by "IV push" straight into a vein.
Other drug categories used to treat pain include triptans, which mimic the action of the brain chemical serotonin; antinausea and related drugs; and ergots, which were used for decades before the more recent introduction of triptans.
Thalidomide: (Thalomid[R], Celgene Corporation); originally developed in the 1950s as an antinausea drug, its production and prescription were halted in the 1960s when it was shown to cause severe birth defects.
These other causes include kidney failure, diabetes, nerve damage and certain medications including antiseizure drugs such as phenytoin (Dilantin) or droperidol (Inapsine); antinausea drugs such as prochlorperazine (Compazine) or metoclopramide (Reglan); antipsychotic drugs such as haloperidol (Haldol); and most antidepressant medications, including widely prescribed ones such as fluoxetine (Prozac), paroxetine (Paxil) and sertraline (Zoloft).
The flight doc prescribed antinausea medication, which downed me for an additional day, because of the possible drowsy effects that follow.
It is believed that its antinausea effects may be attributable to the blocking of dopamine receptors in the area postrema.