Albendazole – All you wanted to know

Albendazole

Last updated: 22nd October, 2019  Albendazole is an anti-helmintic /anti-worm drug available in tablet form and it is prescribed for the treatment of parasitic worm infections. Get to know how Albendazole works, indications and contraindications, its side effects and precautions to be taken while using it. Overview Albendazole medication can be used in the prevention, control, and […]

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Volini Spray – All you wanted to know about it

Volini Spray

Last updated: 31st July, 2019  Volini Spray is an analgesic spray used for muscle strains, neck pain, backache, bruises, sports injuries, joint pain or arthritis, and other conditions.  Let’s get to know how the Volini Spray medicine works, its possible side effects, and precautions to be taken and more. Volini Spray contains Diclofenac, Methyl salicylate, Menthol and […]

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Dialysis – A comprehensive Guide

Dialysis A comprehensive Guide

Last updated: 11th October, 2019  Reviewed by – Dr. S Krishnan Patients suffering from kidney failure either temporary or permanent may require Dialysis when the fluids and impurities build up in their blood. Let’s get to know more details about the Dialysis, types, advantages, precautions and side effects and more. What are the kidney’s functions in our […]

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Entresto – Everything you wanted to know about it

Last updated: 16th October, 2019  Entresto belongs to a class of medicines called angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs). This medication is used to treat hypertension (high blood pressure). Get to know how Entresto works, its side effects, precautions, and contraindications where Entresto is not suggested. Entresto composition and active ingredients Entresto contains sacubitril and valsartan as active […]

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Cephalosporins – Everything you wanted to know about it

Last updated: 23rd July, 2018  Cephalosporins are the antibiotics prescribed to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections (eg; Respiratory tract infections, urinary tract infections, and skin infections). Cephalosporins are bactericidal agents, meaning they kill bacteria directly. They directly act on the bacterial cell wall. Bactericidal antibiotics are classified into 5 generations based on when the […]

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