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Antonyms for inhibitor

a substance that retards or stops an activity

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In addition, in the treatment of moderate AMS, where acetazolamide is clearly indicated with strong evidence for its effectiveness,'21 the authors bring up acetazolamide treatment almost as an afterthought.
6) Acetazolamide was administered for the first six weeks.
oral acetazolamide for prevention of intraocular pressure rise after neodymium: YAG laser posterior capsulotomy.
All of our patients were treated with intravenous high dose prednisolone for acute CVT in group 1; one patient was also given warfarin because of the presence of homozygous Factor V Leiden mutation and another case was also given acetazolamide because of high intracranial pressure.
Protocol of the N -isopropyl-p-iodoamphetamine-rest and true acetazolamide images estimated method using dynamic acquisition method and data analysis
13) treated a 24-year-old patient with RP who developed CME in both eyes that was refractory to oral acetazolamide and intravitreal bevacizumab treatment.
Bilateral papilledema is found in most cases as a neurological sign and acetazolamide is an effective drug for the treatment of IIH.
She was diagnosed with IIH since she was five years of age and had been non-responsive to lumbar cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) drainage and acetazolamide treatment.
17,18) Administration of DIDS (4,4-diisothiocyanostilbene 2,2-disulfonic acid, anion exchanger inhibitor), a potent and relatively specific inhibitor of anion exchanger or acetazolamide, a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor or induction the Na-free medium decrease pulmonary vascular tone during hypercapnia in the isolated pulmonary artery.
2]-adrenergic bronchodilators, epinephrine, acetazolamide, insulin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, thyroxine, amiodarone, and tiratricol.
Tumoral Calcinosis treatment is based on its underlying cause, and is a combination between surgical excision and phosphate decrease secondary to acetazolamide administration.
Acetazolamide, carbonic anhydrase inhibitor, is one of them [5].
Upon improvement, patients were discharged on adequate dose of acetazolamide and were asked to be on regular follow up for further titration of doses and to watch for relapse.
Those include mirtazapine, xylometazoline, fluticasone, paroxetine, pantoprazole, steroids, acetazolamide, and protriptyline.