Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 006525/001.

Names and composition

"GANTRISIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of SULFISOXAZOLE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
006525/001 GANTRISIN SULFISOXAZOLE TABLET/ORAL 500MG
006917/001 GANTRISIN SULFISOXAZOLE DIOLAMINE INJECTABLE/INJECTION EQ 400MG BASE per ML
007757/002 GANTRISIN SULFISOXAZOLE DIOLAMINE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 4% BASE
008414/002 GANTRISIN SULFISOXAZOLE DIOLAMINE OINTMENT/OPHTHALMIC EQ 4% BASE
009182/002 GANTRISIN SULFISOXAZOLE ACETYL SYRUP/ORAL EQ 500MG BASE per 5ML

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Whats the definition of Sulfonamide?
Asked by Marinda Preite 1 year ago.

Definition Sulfonamides are medicines that prevent the growth of bacteria in the body. Description Sulfonamides, also called sulfa medicines, are available only with a physician's prescription. They are sold in tablet and liquid forms. Some commonly used sulfonamides are sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin) and the combination drug sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim (Bactrim, Cotrim). Dictionary: sul·fon·a·mide (sŭl-fŏn'ə-mīd', -mĭd) Any of a group of organic sulfur compounds containing the radical SO2NH2 and including the sulfa drugs. See sulfa drug. Sci-Tech Encyclopedia: Sulfonamide Top Home > Library > Science > Sci-Tech EncyclopediaOne of the group of organosulfur compounds, RSO2NH2. Many sulfonamides, which are the amides of sulfonic acids, have the marked ability to halt the growth of bacteria. The therapeutic drugs of this group are known as sulfa drugs. See also Organosulfur compound. The antibacterial spectrum of sulfonamides comprises a wide variety of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, including staphylococci, streptococci, meningococci, and gonococci, as well as the gangrene, tetanus, coli, dysentery, and cholera bacilli. They have only slight activity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis, while certain closely related sulfones are quite active against M. leprae. The use of sulfonmethoxine has proved to be effective in the treatment of chloroquine-resistant malaria. The relative potency of sulfonamides against the different microorganisms varies, and their action is bacteriostatic rather than bactericidal. The antibacterial effect, both in patients and in test tube cultures, is antagonized by p-amino­benzoic acid (PABA) and PABA-containing natural or synthetic products, such as folic acid and procaine. Accordingly, the mode of action of sulfonamides is considered to be an antimetabolite activity, dependent upon the inhibition of enzyme systems involving the essential PABA. Bacterial resistance has developed to all known sulfonamides, and many sulfonamide-resistant strains are encountered among the gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. The emergence of resistance to sulfonamides, however, seems less rapid and less widespread than resistance to most antibiotics. Sulfonamides are used today mostly as auxiliary drugs or in combination with antibiotics. In certain infectious diseases, however (for instance, in meningococcal infections and most infections of the urinary tract), sulfonamides deserve preference over antibiotics. --------------------------------------... Dental Dictionary: sulfonamide A derivative of sulfanilamide that is effective against microorganisms. Sulfonamides, sometimes called sulfa drugs, are medicines that prevent the growth of bacteria in the body. The sulfonamides have largely been replaced by the antibiotics which generally are safer and more effective. Description Sulfonamides are used to treat many kinds of infections caused by bacteria and certain other microorganisms. Physicians may prescribe these drugs to treat urinary tract infections, ear infections, frequent or long lasting bronchitis, bacterial meningitis, certain eye infections, Pneumocystis cariniipneumonia, traveler's diarrhea, and a number of other kinds of infections. These drugs will not work for colds, flu, and other infections caused by viruses. Description Although there were many sulfonamides, relatively few are in use as of 2004: Sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin) is used to treat urinary tract infections. In combination with erythromycin, sulfisoxazole may be used to treat ear infections in children. Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra) is a combination of two sulfonamides used together. The combination is more effective than giving either drug alone in a larger dose. The combination is commonly used to treat urinary tract infections and other infections that cannot be treated with antibiotics. Sulfadiazine may be used to protect people with rheumatic fever from infections. It is used to treat toxoplasmosis. An ointment containing silver sulfadiazine is widely used for treatment of burns. Sulfasalazine (Azulfadine) is used to treat infections of the colon and intestine. General Use The most common use for sulfonamides in adults is treatment of urinary tract infections. In children, sulfonamides have more limited use. Sulfisoxazole may be used for prophylaxis of ear infections and prevention of meningococcal infections. Sulfasakazube is used to treat children over the age of two years with ulcerative colitis. Precautions Sulfonamides should never be used in infants under the age of two months. They should also be used with extreme care in patients with liver problems, kidney problems, and some types of anemia. Side Effects Although such side effects are rare, some people have severe and life-threatening reactions to sulfonamides. These include sudden, severe liver damage; Answered by Lurlene Ward 1 year ago.

Sulfonamide Definition Answered by Edward Torrella 1 year ago.

The observe laminitis skill inflammation and/or separation of the laminae from the hoof wall. Acute laminitis is extra of a one time element it rather is correctable. Horses that have rather unfavorable hoof care with rather lengthy ft can strengthen acute laminitis. persistent laminitis is an ongoing situation and weight loss application could reason issues of the laminae. this is extra problematic to administration than acute laminitis. merely yet another actuality. Laminitis and founder at the instant are not an analogous element (till a pair of week in the past i assumed they have been yet my farrier corrected me. Yay internship). Founder refers back to the rotation of the coffin bone. in case you have founder, you've gotten laminitis because of the fact the rotation of the coffin bone pulls on the laminae, yet you've gotten laminitis without founder. Answered by Shirlene Cauthorne 1 year ago.

It's a class of antibiotics. Answered by Alida Darlin 1 year ago.

I don't know how to explain it so just click this website and you will know what it means. Answered by Lauran Marts 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of a antideressant that works like abilify but starts with a g?
my doctor gave me a script and i can't remember what it is. but i know that is starts with a g. Asked by Tamra Gillings 1 year ago.

No, I haven't. G Bid DM Oral G Bid Oral G Mastic Adhesive Misc G P Tex Oral G PHEN DM Oral G.G. IM G.U.M. Toothbrush Dent G/P 1200/60 Oral G-1 Oral G-4 Support Hose Mens Misc G-600 Oral GA Gel Oral GA Powder Oral GABAdone Oral Gabapentin (Bulk) Misc Gabapentin Oral Gabapentin-Diet. Supp 11 Oral Gabarone Oral Gabazolamine Oral Gabitidine Oral Gabitril Oral Gaboxetine Oral Gadobenate Dimeglumine IV Gadodiamide IV Gadodiamide with Normal Saline IV Gadopentetate Dimeglumine IV Gadoteridol IV Gadoversetamide IV Gadoxetate IV Galantamine Oral Galaxy Oral Galium-Heel Inj Galium-Heel Oral Gall Baldder Oral Gallium Nitrate IV Gallon Jug with Pump Misc Galsulfase IV Galzin Oral Gamastan IM GamaSTAN S/D IM Gamazole Oral Gamimune IV Gamimune N IV Gamma Immune Glob from Whey Oral Gamma Misc Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (Bulk) Misc Gammagard IV Gammagard Liquid IV Gammagard S/D IV Gammagard S-D (IgA<1ug/mL) IV Gamma-Linic-500 Oral Gamma-Massage-Ultrasound Misc Gammar IM Gammar IV IV Gammar-P IV IV Gamolenic Acid Oral Gamulin Rh IM Gamunex IV Ganciclovir IO Ganciclovir Oral Ganciclovir Sodium IV Ganidin NR Oral Ganirelix SubQ Ganite IV Gani-Tuss DM NR Oral Gani-Tuss NR Oral Ganphen Inj Gantanol Oral Gantrisin Oral Gantrisin Pediatric Oral Garamycin Inj Garamycin Opht Garamycin Pediatric Inj Garamycin Top GARDASIL IM Garden Fresh Top Garfield Adhesive Bandages Top Garfield Complete Oral Garfield Extra C Oral Garfield Plus Iron Oral Garfield Regular Oral Garlic & Parsley Oil Oral Garlic Cholesta Health Oral Garlic Extract Oral Garlic Oil Oral Garlic Oral Garlic-Calcium Oral Garlicin Oral Garlic-Parsley Oral Garlic-X Oral Garlin Oral Garlipure Oral Garlique Oral Garment Liner Misc Garylin MM Gas Away Oral Gas Ban 125 Oral Gas Ban 40 Oral Gas Ban Oral Gas Ban-80 Oral Gas Distress Oral Gas Enzyme Oral Gas Enzyme Supplement Oral Gas Free Extra Strength Oral Gas Permeable Cleaner Misc Gas Permeable Comfort Drops Misc Gas Permeable Comfort Drops Opht Gas Permeable Lens Starter Misc Gas Permeable Protein Remover Misc Gas Permeable Wetting/Soak Misc Gas Permeable Wetting/Soaking Misc Gas Relief 80 Oral Gas Relief Extra Strength Oral Gas Relief Maximum Strength Oral Gas Relief Oral Gas Relief Ultra Strength Oral Gas Valve Addition Misc GasAid Oral Gas-Gone Oral Gasid Oral Gas-Is-Gone Oral GastoMARK Oral Gastric Feeding Unit-Sterile Misc Gastrica Oral Gastrical Oral Gastricumeel Oral Gastrinex NF Oral Gastrinex Oral Gastro Bismuth Oral Gastroccult InVt Gastroccult Misc Gastrocrom Oral Gastrografin Oral Gastrosed Oral Gastrostomy Tube Misc Gastrovist Oral Gas-X Extra Strength Oral Gas-X Maximum Strength Oral Gas-X Oral Gas-X Ultra-Strength Oral Gas-X with Maalox Oral Gatifloxacin in D5W IV Gatifloxacin IV Gatifloxacin Opht Gatifloxacin Oral Gauze Bandage Top Gauze Bandage-Elastic Bandage Top Gauze Burn Dressings Top Gauze Pad Top Gauze Pads & Dressings Top Gauze Pads 4"X4" Top Gauze Roll Top Gauze Sponges Top Gauze Stretch Bandage Top Gauztape Top Gavage Administ Set F-McGaw Misc Gavage Administration Set Misc Gavilax Oral Gavilyte-C Oral GaviLyte-G Oral GaviLyte-N Oral Gaviscon Extra Strength Oral Gaviscon Oral Gaviscon-2 Oral G-BID DM TR Oral GDP-EX Oral G-Fed Oral G-Fed Ped Oral G-Fenesin DM Oral G-Fenesin Oral G-Formula Oral G-Mycin Inj G-Myticin Top G-P Oral G-Phed Oral G-Phed-PD Oral G-Phen 400 Oral G-Sana Oral G-Tar Top G-Tuss Oral G-Tussin Dac Oral G-Tussin DM Oral G-Tussin Oral G-Vent DA Oral G-Vent Oral G-Well Top Answered by Sol Kiehne 1 year ago.

The only one I can think of is Geodon but it isn't an antidepressant. It is a psych drug used a lot in treatment of bipolar disorder but is a mood stabilizing drug so he may have prescribed it to you for that use. Answered by Nestor Belschner 1 year ago.


I'm which medicines are sulpha drugs found?
I'm allergic to it.. Please help Asked by Eartha Cuffari 1 year ago.

The sulfa family of drugs includes sulfadiazine, sulfamethizole (brand name: Thiosulfil Forte), sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), and various high-strength combinations of three sulfonamides. Check with your doctor or pharmacist for specific details. Answered by Gina Curella 1 year ago.

All medicines, both for internal and external use, that have a sulpha (or sulfa) in their chemical name contain sulphur and hence must not be used by people allergic to this agent. Answered by Belva Dence 1 year ago.

Sufa is found in sulfa containing antibiotic medicines and creams. Deathly allergic to it here too. Answered by Shante Rotermund 1 year ago.

. Sulfadiazine and trimethoprim combination is used to treat urinary tract infections. Sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim combination is used to treat infections, such as bronchitis, middle ear infection, urinary tract infection, and traveler's diarrhea. It is also used for the prevention and treatment of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP). These medicines will not work for colds, flu, or other virus infections. They may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Answered by Sally Hoehl 1 year ago.

they are a class of antibiotic Answered by Shanell Hrdlicka 1 year ago.


Is there a safe treatment for UTI?
I have a 10-year-old daughter that has UTI for almost three years. She is now under "Nitrofurantion" for more than 18 months. Is there a hope that the UTI will go away as she grows up? Any help and suggestion is appreciated. Thanks … Asked by Frankie Sumaya 1 year ago.

By now, she is probably immune to the Macrodantin. She needs to drink cranberry juice and or take cranberry pills. She also needs to wipe herself after she pees from FRONT TO BACK. A lot of girls do it the opposite way and this causes bacteria from the rectal are to be brought forward to the vaginal area, causing a UTI. A drug that you can ask for at the doctors is BACTRIM DS. It comes in pill form and the pills are usually very large, and it also comes in liquid form. The liquid form doesn't taste bad at all. Bactrim is a sulfur drug so if she is allergic to sulfur of any kind she will not be able to take it. Another sulfur based drug for UTIs is Gantrisin. It's an old drug, makes the urine an orange or amber color, and because it's an old drug, it may be hard to find. Bottom line is, the nitrofurantin drug that she is on is no longer working. She is not susceptible to this drug. Has she had a UA C&S DONE? This test is a simple urine test that will show what the bacteria is resistant and susceptible to. That information will tell the doctor what to put her on to clear it up. But remember, she must be instructed to wipe herself in the correct way or all of your efforts to treat this will be null and void. Hope this helps. Answered by Micheline Finizio 1 year ago.

I'm not a doctor but that sounds like an awfully long time to have a UTI. She could have a drug resistant strain but have you ever gotten a second opinion and do they actually find bacteria in a culture? Some conditions can mimic UTI's as far as frequency and burning goes. Answered by Thomas Chowning 1 year ago.

This could help, and no harm done either if you try, boil fresh corn together with the leaves and ask your daughter to drink the water that came from it. I used this as my medication way back home when I catch UTI, so far I was able to get rid of it. Answered by Minna Sutphen 1 year ago.

The only over the counter treatment I would try would be AZO. Make sure that your daughter is drinking plenty of fluids. Nothing with carbonation or caffine. If this doesn't work you may want to ask your Dr. why he/she hasn't recomended surgery or hospitalization. Answered by Jacqueline Saine 1 year ago.

Ask your doctor. .He may not know of Ciprofloxasin, is strong prescription anti biotic taken twice a day at same time for period of 8-10 days. Use cranberry juice, too to ease symptoms. Answered by Amos Bushrod 1 year ago.

This may be some infection of the bladder. So it is impotent to seek medical advice. Answered by Roxanna Degregorio 1 year ago.

I get UTI's alot.........i take cranberry pills........they help a bit.......you can get them at any pharmacy.........they are 100% cranberry in a little pill....better then drinking cranberry juice(uck) Answered by Richelle Bashara 1 year ago.


FOR ALL DOCTORS-- any chance of seizures in amebiasis?
is there any chance of seizures in amebiasis? coz i have a kid at my hospital who came in with complaints of fever, seizures and green, mucoid, watery foul smelling stools...some of the doctors here think it is amebiasis...but i feel tht it cud be stage 1 of TB meningitis.....which is more probable? plz help... Asked by Halley Odon 1 year ago.

is there any chance of seizures in amebiasis? coz i have a kid at my hospital who came in with complaints of fever, seizures and green, mucoid, watery foul smelling stools...some of the doctors here think it is amebiasis...but i feel tht it cud be stage 1 of TB meningitis.....which is more probable? plz help fast!!!!this is an emerency! Answered by Loma Prauner 1 year ago.

strobe lighting fixtures or any flashing lighting fixtures is not going to motive a "seizure" what you're speaking approximately is photosensitive epilepsy and that's commonly identified at a tender age, Seizures can motive a loss of oxygen to the mind that may go away an character with mind harm (severity elegant on seizure) I'm no longer certain why you might wish to motive a seizure as a man or woman who suffers a seizure or are compatible can wander round for 30-60 Min's harassed. There may be a well threat that until scientific concentration is handy a self caused seizure (sorry no longer going to let you know find out how to do it) is more likely to go away you as a vegetable Answered by Andreas Wipperfurth 1 year ago.


WHAT DOES DUNKINGG ALCOHOL DO WITH ANTIBIOTIC TAKING?
what happens if you take some wine for example while you are taking antibiotic? Asked by Olene Naifeh 1 year ago.

I dont know about dunking my antibiotics into alcohol......or did you mean drinking? Drinking alcohol while on Antibiotics will not lessen the effect of Antibiotics, Wine will have some interactions with certain antibiotics. Sulfonamide antibiotics interacts with wine because the type of alcohol in wine. This can lead to upset stomach, vomiting, sweating, headache, and an increased heartbeat. Do not drink wine while taking antibiotics. Some antibiotics that interact with wine include sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra), and others Answered by Almeda Pollett 1 year ago.

This was on a TV show the other day. Antibiotics are actually ok to have with alcohol, the reason doctors tell you not to do it dates back to when lots of it was prescribed for syphilis. You see, during the first week of antibiotic treatment syphilis is apparently still contagious so the thinking was that if men didn't get drunk, they wouldn't go out and have sex. Doctors still tell us not to take alcohol to this day purely because it's a healthier way to live. Answered by Lakisha Lenderman 1 year ago.

Alcohol is a diuretic which causes the body to expel fluid. Now, antibiotics work by building up in your system. When you consume alcohol is flushes them from your body. Hence, you may not get better from your symptoms....and/or your sickness may subside, but then return over time. Answered by Doreatha Freise 1 year ago.


Whats the definition of Sulfonamide?
Asked by Bonita Toulmin 1 year ago.

Definition Sulfonamides are medicines that prevent the growth of bacteria in the body. Description Sulfonamides, also called sulfa medicines, are available only with a physician's prescription. They are sold in tablet and liquid forms. Some commonly used sulfonamides are sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin) and the combination drug sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim (Bactrim, Cotrim). Dictionary: sul·fon·a·mide (sŭl-fŏn'ə-mīd', -mĭd) Any of a group of organic sulfur compounds containing the radical SO2NH2 and including the sulfa drugs. See sulfa drug. Sci-Tech Encyclopedia: Sulfonamide Top Home > Library > Science > Sci-Tech EncyclopediaOne of the group of organosulfur compounds, RSO2NH2. Many sulfonamides, which are the amides of sulfonic acids, have the marked ability to halt the growth of bacteria. The therapeutic drugs of this group are known as sulfa drugs. See also Organosulfur compound. The antibacterial spectrum of sulfonamides comprises a wide variety of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, including staphylococci, streptococci, meningococci, and gonococci, as well as the gangrene, tetanus, coli, dysentery, and cholera bacilli. They have only slight activity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis, while certain closely related sulfones are quite active against M. leprae. The use of sulfonmethoxine has proved to be effective in the treatment of chloroquine-resistant malaria. The relative potency of sulfonamides against the different microorganisms varies, and their action is bacteriostatic rather than bactericidal. The antibacterial effect, both in patients and in test tube cultures, is antagonized by p-amino­benzoic acid (PABA) and PABA-containing natural or synthetic products, such as folic acid and procaine. Accordingly, the mode of action of sulfonamides is considered to be an antimetabolite activity, dependent upon the inhibition of enzyme systems involving the essential PABA. Bacterial resistance has developed to all known sulfonamides, and many sulfonamide-resistant strains are encountered among the gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. The emergence of resistance to sulfonamides, however, seems less rapid and less widespread than resistance to most antibiotics. Sulfonamides are used today mostly as auxiliary drugs or in combination with antibiotics. In certain infectious diseases, however (for instance, in meningococcal infections and most infections of the urinary tract), sulfonamides deserve preference over antibiotics. --------------------------------------... Dental Dictionary: sulfonamide A derivative of sulfanilamide that is effective against microorganisms. Sulfonamides, sometimes called sulfa drugs, are medicines that prevent the growth of bacteria in the body. The sulfonamides have largely been replaced by the antibiotics which generally are safer and more effective. Description Sulfonamides are used to treat many kinds of infections caused by bacteria and certain other microorganisms. Physicians may prescribe these drugs to treat urinary tract infections, ear infections, frequent or long lasting bronchitis, bacterial meningitis, certain eye infections, Pneumocystis cariniipneumonia, traveler's diarrhea, and a number of other kinds of infections. These drugs will not work for colds, flu, and other infections caused by viruses. Description Although there were many sulfonamides, relatively few are in use as of 2004: Sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin) is used to treat urinary tract infections. In combination with erythromycin, sulfisoxazole may be used to treat ear infections in children. Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra) is a combination of two sulfonamides used together. The combination is more effective than giving either drug alone in a larger dose. The combination is commonly used to treat urinary tract infections and other infections that cannot be treated with antibiotics. Sulfadiazine may be used to protect people with rheumatic fever from infections. It is used to treat toxoplasmosis. An ointment containing silver sulfadiazine is widely used for treatment of burns. Sulfasalazine (Azulfadine) is used to treat infections of the colon and intestine. General Use The most common use for sulfonamides in adults is treatment of urinary tract infections. In children, sulfonamides have more limited use. Sulfisoxazole may be used for prophylaxis of ear infections and prevention of meningococcal infections. Sulfasakazube is used to treat children over the age of two years with ulcerative colitis. Precautions Sulfonamides should never be used in infants under the age of two months. They should also be used with extreme care in patients with liver problems, kidney problems, and some types of anemia. Side Effects Although such side effects are rare, some people have severe and life-threatening reactions to sulfonamides. These include sudden, severe liver damage; Answered by Valda Denzel 1 year ago.

Sulfonamide Definition Answered by Jeffrey Paro 1 year ago.

The observe laminitis skill inflammation and/or separation of the laminae from the hoof wall. Acute laminitis is extra of a one time element it rather is correctable. Horses that have rather unfavorable hoof care with rather lengthy ft can strengthen acute laminitis. persistent laminitis is an ongoing situation and weight loss application could reason issues of the laminae. this is extra problematic to administration than acute laminitis. merely yet another actuality. Laminitis and founder at the instant are not an analogous element (till a pair of week in the past i assumed they have been yet my farrier corrected me. Yay internship). Founder refers back to the rotation of the coffin bone. in case you have founder, you've gotten laminitis because of the fact the rotation of the coffin bone pulls on the laminae, yet you've gotten laminitis without founder. Answered by Tamala Fileds 1 year ago.

It's a class of antibiotics. Answered by Adrian Bullen 1 year ago.

I don't know how to explain it so just click this website and you will know what it means. Answered by Adrian Garey 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of a antideressant that works like abilify but starts with a g?
my doctor gave me a script and i can't remember what it is. but i know that is starts with a g. Asked by Horacio Antoniuk 1 year ago.

No, I haven't. G Bid DM Oral G Bid Oral G Mastic Adhesive Misc G P Tex Oral G PHEN DM Oral G.G. IM G.U.M. Toothbrush Dent G/P 1200/60 Oral G-1 Oral G-4 Support Hose Mens Misc G-600 Oral GA Gel Oral GA Powder Oral GABAdone Oral Gabapentin (Bulk) Misc Gabapentin Oral Gabapentin-Diet. Supp 11 Oral Gabarone Oral Gabazolamine Oral Gabitidine Oral Gabitril Oral Gaboxetine Oral Gadobenate Dimeglumine IV Gadodiamide IV Gadodiamide with Normal Saline IV Gadopentetate Dimeglumine IV Gadoteridol IV Gadoversetamide IV Gadoxetate IV Galantamine Oral Galaxy Oral Galium-Heel Inj Galium-Heel Oral Gall Baldder Oral Gallium Nitrate IV Gallon Jug with Pump Misc Galsulfase IV Galzin Oral Gamastan IM GamaSTAN S/D IM Gamazole Oral Gamimune IV Gamimune N IV Gamma Immune Glob from Whey Oral Gamma Misc Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (Bulk) Misc Gammagard IV Gammagard Liquid IV Gammagard S/D IV Gammagard S-D (IgA<1ug/mL) IV Gamma-Linic-500 Oral Gamma-Massage-Ultrasound Misc Gammar IM Gammar IV IV Gammar-P IV IV Gamolenic Acid Oral Gamulin Rh IM Gamunex IV Ganciclovir IO Ganciclovir Oral Ganciclovir Sodium IV Ganidin NR Oral Ganirelix SubQ Ganite IV Gani-Tuss DM NR Oral Gani-Tuss NR Oral Ganphen Inj Gantanol Oral Gantrisin Oral Gantrisin Pediatric Oral Garamycin Inj Garamycin Opht Garamycin Pediatric Inj Garamycin Top GARDASIL IM Garden Fresh Top Garfield Adhesive Bandages Top Garfield Complete Oral Garfield Extra C Oral Garfield Plus Iron Oral Garfield Regular Oral Garlic & Parsley Oil Oral Garlic Cholesta Health Oral Garlic Extract Oral Garlic Oil Oral Garlic Oral Garlic-Calcium Oral Garlicin Oral Garlic-Parsley Oral Garlic-X Oral Garlin Oral Garlipure Oral Garlique Oral Garment Liner Misc Garylin MM Gas Away Oral Gas Ban 125 Oral Gas Ban 40 Oral Gas Ban Oral Gas Ban-80 Oral Gas Distress Oral Gas Enzyme Oral Gas Enzyme Supplement Oral Gas Free Extra Strength Oral Gas Permeable Cleaner Misc Gas Permeable Comfort Drops Misc Gas Permeable Comfort Drops Opht Gas Permeable Lens Starter Misc Gas Permeable Protein Remover Misc Gas Permeable Wetting/Soak Misc Gas Permeable Wetting/Soaking Misc Gas Relief 80 Oral Gas Relief Extra Strength Oral Gas Relief Maximum Strength Oral Gas Relief Oral Gas Relief Ultra Strength Oral Gas Valve Addition Misc GasAid Oral Gas-Gone Oral Gasid Oral Gas-Is-Gone Oral GastoMARK Oral Gastric Feeding Unit-Sterile Misc Gastrica Oral Gastrical Oral Gastricumeel Oral Gastrinex NF Oral Gastrinex Oral Gastro Bismuth Oral Gastroccult InVt Gastroccult Misc Gastrocrom Oral Gastrografin Oral Gastrosed Oral Gastrostomy Tube Misc Gastrovist Oral Gas-X Extra Strength Oral Gas-X Maximum Strength Oral Gas-X Oral Gas-X Ultra-Strength Oral Gas-X with Maalox Oral Gatifloxacin in D5W IV Gatifloxacin IV Gatifloxacin Opht Gatifloxacin Oral Gauze Bandage Top Gauze Bandage-Elastic Bandage Top Gauze Burn Dressings Top Gauze Pad Top Gauze Pads & Dressings Top Gauze Pads 4"X4" Top Gauze Roll Top Gauze Sponges Top Gauze Stretch Bandage Top Gauztape Top Gavage Administ Set F-McGaw Misc Gavage Administration Set Misc Gavilax Oral Gavilyte-C Oral GaviLyte-G Oral GaviLyte-N Oral Gaviscon Extra Strength Oral Gaviscon Oral Gaviscon-2 Oral G-BID DM TR Oral GDP-EX Oral G-Fed Oral G-Fed Ped Oral G-Fenesin DM Oral G-Fenesin Oral G-Formula Oral G-Mycin Inj G-Myticin Top G-P Oral G-Phed Oral G-Phed-PD Oral G-Phen 400 Oral G-Sana Oral G-Tar Top G-Tuss Oral G-Tussin Dac Oral G-Tussin DM Oral G-Tussin Oral G-Vent DA Oral G-Vent Oral G-Well Top Answered by Mac Nicklow 1 year ago.

The only one I can think of is Geodon but it isn't an antidepressant. It is a psych drug used a lot in treatment of bipolar disorder but is a mood stabilizing drug so he may have prescribed it to you for that use. Answered by Kaycee Mcphetridge 1 year ago.


I'm which medicines are sulpha drugs found?
I'm allergic to it.. Please help Asked by Lauri Diminno 1 year ago.

The sulfa family of drugs includes sulfadiazine, sulfamethizole (brand name: Thiosulfil Forte), sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), and various high-strength combinations of three sulfonamides. Check with your doctor or pharmacist for specific details. Answered by Angie Tvedt 1 year ago.

All medicines, both for internal and external use, that have a sulpha (or sulfa) in their chemical name contain sulphur and hence must not be used by people allergic to this agent. Answered by Daniella Vaidya 1 year ago.

Sufa is found in sulfa containing antibiotic medicines and creams. Deathly allergic to it here too. Answered by Mozelle Vanord 1 year ago.

. Sulfadiazine and trimethoprim combination is used to treat urinary tract infections. Sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim combination is used to treat infections, such as bronchitis, middle ear infection, urinary tract infection, and traveler's diarrhea. It is also used for the prevention and treatment of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP). These medicines will not work for colds, flu, or other virus infections. They may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Answered by Marinda Artrip 1 year ago.

they are a class of antibiotic Answered by Lakeshia Vandeweert 1 year ago.


Is there a safe treatment for UTI?
I have a 10-year-old daughter that has UTI for almost three years. She is now under "Nitrofurantion" for more than 18 months. Is there a hope that the UTI will go away as she grows up? Any help and suggestion is appreciated. Thanks … Asked by Chad Struckhoff 1 year ago.

By now, she is probably immune to the Macrodantin. She needs to drink cranberry juice and or take cranberry pills. She also needs to wipe herself after she pees from FRONT TO BACK. A lot of girls do it the opposite way and this causes bacteria from the rectal are to be brought forward to the vaginal area, causing a UTI. A drug that you can ask for at the doctors is BACTRIM DS. It comes in pill form and the pills are usually very large, and it also comes in liquid form. The liquid form doesn't taste bad at all. Bactrim is a sulfur drug so if she is allergic to sulfur of any kind she will not be able to take it. Another sulfur based drug for UTIs is Gantrisin. It's an old drug, makes the urine an orange or amber color, and because it's an old drug, it may be hard to find. Bottom line is, the nitrofurantin drug that she is on is no longer working. She is not susceptible to this drug. Has she had a UA C&S DONE? This test is a simple urine test that will show what the bacteria is resistant and susceptible to. That information will tell the doctor what to put her on to clear it up. But remember, she must be instructed to wipe herself in the correct way or all of your efforts to treat this will be null and void. Hope this helps. Answered by Emmanuel Scarberry 1 year ago.

I'm not a doctor but that sounds like an awfully long time to have a UTI. She could have a drug resistant strain but have you ever gotten a second opinion and do they actually find bacteria in a culture? Some conditions can mimic UTI's as far as frequency and burning goes. Answered by Erinn Hillebrandt 1 year ago.

This could help, and no harm done either if you try, boil fresh corn together with the leaves and ask your daughter to drink the water that came from it. I used this as my medication way back home when I catch UTI, so far I was able to get rid of it. Answered by Ophelia Thierry 1 year ago.

The only over the counter treatment I would try would be AZO. Make sure that your daughter is drinking plenty of fluids. Nothing with carbonation or caffine. If this doesn't work you may want to ask your Dr. why he/she hasn't recomended surgery or hospitalization. Answered by Imelda Favuzza 1 year ago.

Ask your doctor. .He may not know of Ciprofloxasin, is strong prescription anti biotic taken twice a day at same time for period of 8-10 days. Use cranberry juice, too to ease symptoms. Answered by Norman Gemmel 1 year ago.

This may be some infection of the bladder. So it is impotent to seek medical advice. Answered by Gerda Littfin 1 year ago.

I get UTI's alot.........i take cranberry pills........they help a bit.......you can get them at any pharmacy.........they are 100% cranberry in a little pill....better then drinking cranberry juice(uck) Answered by Bertha Difillippo 1 year ago.


FOR ALL DOCTORS-- any chance of seizures in amebiasis?
is there any chance of seizures in amebiasis? coz i have a kid at my hospital who came in with complaints of fever, seizures and green, mucoid, watery foul smelling stools...some of the doctors here think it is amebiasis...but i feel tht it cud be stage 1 of TB meningitis.....which is more probable? plz help... Asked by Lennie Donnalley 1 year ago.

is there any chance of seizures in amebiasis? coz i have a kid at my hospital who came in with complaints of fever, seizures and green, mucoid, watery foul smelling stools...some of the doctors here think it is amebiasis...but i feel tht it cud be stage 1 of TB meningitis.....which is more probable? plz help fast!!!!this is an emerency! Answered by Britney Hinshaw 1 year ago.

strobe lighting fixtures or any flashing lighting fixtures is not going to motive a "seizure" what you're speaking approximately is photosensitive epilepsy and that's commonly identified at a tender age, Seizures can motive a loss of oxygen to the mind that may go away an character with mind harm (severity elegant on seizure) I'm no longer certain why you might wish to motive a seizure as a man or woman who suffers a seizure or are compatible can wander round for 30-60 Min's harassed. There may be a well threat that until scientific concentration is handy a self caused seizure (sorry no longer going to let you know find out how to do it) is more likely to go away you as a vegetable Answered by Brady Voltin 1 year ago.


WHAT DOES DUNKINGG ALCOHOL DO WITH ANTIBIOTIC TAKING?
what happens if you take some wine for example while you are taking antibiotic? Asked by Rickie Wojtczak 1 year ago.

I dont know about dunking my antibiotics into alcohol......or did you mean drinking? Drinking alcohol while on Antibiotics will not lessen the effect of Antibiotics, Wine will have some interactions with certain antibiotics. Sulfonamide antibiotics interacts with wine because the type of alcohol in wine. This can lead to upset stomach, vomiting, sweating, headache, and an increased heartbeat. Do not drink wine while taking antibiotics. Some antibiotics that interact with wine include sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra), and others Answered by Chantell Heter 1 year ago.

This was on a TV show the other day. Antibiotics are actually ok to have with alcohol, the reason doctors tell you not to do it dates back to when lots of it was prescribed for syphilis. You see, during the first week of antibiotic treatment syphilis is apparently still contagious so the thinking was that if men didn't get drunk, they wouldn't go out and have sex. Doctors still tell us not to take alcohol to this day purely because it's a healthier way to live. Answered by Jenise Reschke 1 year ago.

Alcohol is a diuretic which causes the body to expel fluid. Now, antibiotics work by building up in your system. When you consume alcohol is flushes them from your body. Hence, you may not get better from your symptoms....and/or your sickness may subside, but then return over time. Answered by Marni Skepple 1 year ago.


Whats the definition of Sulfonamide?
Asked by Bridget Venture 1 year ago.

Definition Sulfonamides are medicines that prevent the growth of bacteria in the body. Description Sulfonamides, also called sulfa medicines, are available only with a physician's prescription. They are sold in tablet and liquid forms. Some commonly used sulfonamides are sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin) and the combination drug sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim (Bactrim, Cotrim). Dictionary: sul·fon·a·mide (sŭl-fŏn'ə-mīd', -mĭd) Any of a group of organic sulfur compounds containing the radical SO2NH2 and including the sulfa drugs. See sulfa drug. Sci-Tech Encyclopedia: Sulfonamide Top Home > Library > Science > Sci-Tech EncyclopediaOne of the group of organosulfur compounds, RSO2NH2. Many sulfonamides, which are the amides of sulfonic acids, have the marked ability to halt the growth of bacteria. The therapeutic drugs of this group are known as sulfa drugs. See also Organosulfur compound. The antibacterial spectrum of sulfonamides comprises a wide variety of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, including staphylococci, streptococci, meningococci, and gonococci, as well as the gangrene, tetanus, coli, dysentery, and cholera bacilli. They have only slight activity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis, while certain closely related sulfones are quite active against M. leprae. The use of sulfonmethoxine has proved to be effective in the treatment of chloroquine-resistant malaria. The relative potency of sulfonamides against the different microorganisms varies, and their action is bacteriostatic rather than bactericidal. The antibacterial effect, both in patients and in test tube cultures, is antagonized by p-amino­benzoic acid (PABA) and PABA-containing natural or synthetic products, such as folic acid and procaine. Accordingly, the mode of action of sulfonamides is considered to be an antimetabolite activity, dependent upon the inhibition of enzyme systems involving the essential PABA. Bacterial resistance has developed to all known sulfonamides, and many sulfonamide-resistant strains are encountered among the gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. The emergence of resistance to sulfonamides, however, seems less rapid and less widespread than resistance to most antibiotics. Sulfonamides are used today mostly as auxiliary drugs or in combination with antibiotics. In certain infectious diseases, however (for instance, in meningococcal infections and most infections of the urinary tract), sulfonamides deserve preference over antibiotics. --------------------------------------... Dental Dictionary: sulfonamide A derivative of sulfanilamide that is effective against microorganisms. Sulfonamides, sometimes called sulfa drugs, are medicines that prevent the growth of bacteria in the body. The sulfonamides have largely been replaced by the antibiotics which generally are safer and more effective. Description Sulfonamides are used to treat many kinds of infections caused by bacteria and certain other microorganisms. Physicians may prescribe these drugs to treat urinary tract infections, ear infections, frequent or long lasting bronchitis, bacterial meningitis, certain eye infections, Pneumocystis cariniipneumonia, traveler's diarrhea, and a number of other kinds of infections. These drugs will not work for colds, flu, and other infections caused by viruses. Description Although there were many sulfonamides, relatively few are in use as of 2004: Sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin) is used to treat urinary tract infections. In combination with erythromycin, sulfisoxazole may be used to treat ear infections in children. Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra) is a combination of two sulfonamides used together. The combination is more effective than giving either drug alone in a larger dose. The combination is commonly used to treat urinary tract infections and other infections that cannot be treated with antibiotics. Sulfadiazine may be used to protect people with rheumatic fever from infections. It is used to treat toxoplasmosis. An ointment containing silver sulfadiazine is widely used for treatment of burns. Sulfasalazine (Azulfadine) is used to treat infections of the colon and intestine. General Use The most common use for sulfonamides in adults is treatment of urinary tract infections. In children, sulfonamides have more limited use. Sulfisoxazole may be used for prophylaxis of ear infections and prevention of meningococcal infections. Sulfasakazube is used to treat children over the age of two years with ulcerative colitis. Precautions Sulfonamides should never be used in infants under the age of two months. They should also be used with extreme care in patients with liver problems, kidney problems, and some types of anemia. Side Effects Although such side effects are rare, some people have severe and life-threatening reactions to sulfonamides. These include sudden, severe liver damage; Answered by Cordie Searles 1 year ago.

Sulfonamide Definition Answered by Christian Druetta 1 year ago.

The observe laminitis skill inflammation and/or separation of the laminae from the hoof wall. Acute laminitis is extra of a one time element it rather is correctable. Horses that have rather unfavorable hoof care with rather lengthy ft can strengthen acute laminitis. persistent laminitis is an ongoing situation and weight loss application could reason issues of the laminae. this is extra problematic to administration than acute laminitis. merely yet another actuality. Laminitis and founder at the instant are not an analogous element (till a pair of week in the past i assumed they have been yet my farrier corrected me. Yay internship). Founder refers back to the rotation of the coffin bone. in case you have founder, you've gotten laminitis because of the fact the rotation of the coffin bone pulls on the laminae, yet you've gotten laminitis without founder. Answered by Ronald Purzycki 1 year ago.

It's a class of antibiotics. Answered by Janina Agurs 1 year ago.

I don't know how to explain it so just click this website and you will know what it means. Answered by Cary Castile 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of a antideressant that works like abilify but starts with a g?
my doctor gave me a script and i can't remember what it is. but i know that is starts with a g. Asked by Camilla Yock 1 year ago.

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The only one I can think of is Geodon but it isn't an antidepressant. It is a psych drug used a lot in treatment of bipolar disorder but is a mood stabilizing drug so he may have prescribed it to you for that use. Answered by Adrien Siami 1 year ago.


I'm which medicines are sulpha drugs found?
I'm allergic to it.. Please help Asked by Alethia Lievano 1 year ago.

The sulfa family of drugs includes sulfadiazine, sulfamethizole (brand name: Thiosulfil Forte), sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), and various high-strength combinations of three sulfonamides. Check with your doctor or pharmacist for specific details. Answered by Lakia Scaff 1 year ago.

All medicines, both for internal and external use, that have a sulpha (or sulfa) in their chemical name contain sulphur and hence must not be used by people allergic to this agent. Answered by Dong Dechambeau 1 year ago.

Sufa is found in sulfa containing antibiotic medicines and creams. Deathly allergic to it here too. Answered by Lane Goshen 1 year ago.

. Sulfadiazine and trimethoprim combination is used to treat urinary tract infections. Sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim combination is used to treat infections, such as bronchitis, middle ear infection, urinary tract infection, and traveler's diarrhea. It is also used for the prevention and treatment of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP). These medicines will not work for colds, flu, or other virus infections. They may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Answered by Agnes Keavney 1 year ago.

they are a class of antibiotic Answered by Phillip Daya 1 year ago.


Is there a safe treatment for UTI?
I have a 10-year-old daughter that has UTI for almost three years. She is now under "Nitrofurantion" for more than 18 months. Is there a hope that the UTI will go away as she grows up? Any help and suggestion is appreciated. Thanks … Asked by Moriah Degear 1 year ago.

By now, she is probably immune to the Macrodantin. She needs to drink cranberry juice and or take cranberry pills. She also needs to wipe herself after she pees from FRONT TO BACK. A lot of girls do it the opposite way and this causes bacteria from the rectal are to be brought forward to the vaginal area, causing a UTI. A drug that you can ask for at the doctors is BACTRIM DS. It comes in pill form and the pills are usually very large, and it also comes in liquid form. The liquid form doesn't taste bad at all. Bactrim is a sulfur drug so if she is allergic to sulfur of any kind she will not be able to take it. Another sulfur based drug for UTIs is Gantrisin. It's an old drug, makes the urine an orange or amber color, and because it's an old drug, it may be hard to find. Bottom line is, the nitrofurantin drug that she is on is no longer working. She is not susceptible to this drug. Has she had a UA C&S DONE? This test is a simple urine test that will show what the bacteria is resistant and susceptible to. That information will tell the doctor what to put her on to clear it up. But remember, she must be instructed to wipe herself in the correct way or all of your efforts to treat this will be null and void. Hope this helps. Answered by Tiana Orrock 1 year ago.

I'm not a doctor but that sounds like an awfully long time to have a UTI. She could have a drug resistant strain but have you ever gotten a second opinion and do they actually find bacteria in a culture? Some conditions can mimic UTI's as far as frequency and burning goes. Answered by Terrie Roule 1 year ago.

This could help, and no harm done either if you try, boil fresh corn together with the leaves and ask your daughter to drink the water that came from it. I used this as my medication way back home when I catch UTI, so far I was able to get rid of it. Answered by Francene Rybij 1 year ago.

The only over the counter treatment I would try would be AZO. Make sure that your daughter is drinking plenty of fluids. Nothing with carbonation or caffine. If this doesn't work you may want to ask your Dr. why he/she hasn't recomended surgery or hospitalization. Answered by Latosha Tensley 1 year ago.

Ask your doctor. .He may not know of Ciprofloxasin, is strong prescription anti biotic taken twice a day at same time for period of 8-10 days. Use cranberry juice, too to ease symptoms. Answered by Abram Hymer 1 year ago.

This may be some infection of the bladder. So it is impotent to seek medical advice. Answered by Cody Pacas 1 year ago.

I get UTI's alot.........i take cranberry pills........they help a bit.......you can get them at any pharmacy.........they are 100% cranberry in a little pill....better then drinking cranberry juice(uck) Answered by Gwyneth Dannelley 1 year ago.


FOR ALL DOCTORS-- any chance of seizures in amebiasis?
is there any chance of seizures in amebiasis? coz i have a kid at my hospital who came in with complaints of fever, seizures and green, mucoid, watery foul smelling stools...some of the doctors here think it is amebiasis...but i feel tht it cud be stage 1 of TB meningitis.....which is more probable? plz help... Asked by Violet Topia 1 year ago.

is there any chance of seizures in amebiasis? coz i have a kid at my hospital who came in with complaints of fever, seizures and green, mucoid, watery foul smelling stools...some of the doctors here think it is amebiasis...but i feel tht it cud be stage 1 of TB meningitis.....which is more probable? plz help fast!!!!this is an emerency! Answered by Violette Whitecloud 1 year ago.

strobe lighting fixtures or any flashing lighting fixtures is not going to motive a "seizure" what you're speaking approximately is photosensitive epilepsy and that's commonly identified at a tender age, Seizures can motive a loss of oxygen to the mind that may go away an character with mind harm (severity elegant on seizure) I'm no longer certain why you might wish to motive a seizure as a man or woman who suffers a seizure or are compatible can wander round for 30-60 Min's harassed. There may be a well threat that until scientific concentration is handy a self caused seizure (sorry no longer going to let you know find out how to do it) is more likely to go away you as a vegetable Answered by Lorine Yagle 1 year ago.


WHAT DOES DUNKINGG ALCOHOL DO WITH ANTIBIOTIC TAKING?
what happens if you take some wine for example while you are taking antibiotic? Asked by Dan Vanzante 1 year ago.

I dont know about dunking my antibiotics into alcohol......or did you mean drinking? Drinking alcohol while on Antibiotics will not lessen the effect of Antibiotics, Wine will have some interactions with certain antibiotics. Sulfonamide antibiotics interacts with wine because the type of alcohol in wine. This can lead to upset stomach, vomiting, sweating, headache, and an increased heartbeat. Do not drink wine while taking antibiotics. Some antibiotics that interact with wine include sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra), and others Answered by Debbi Perie 1 year ago.

This was on a TV show the other day. Antibiotics are actually ok to have with alcohol, the reason doctors tell you not to do it dates back to when lots of it was prescribed for syphilis. You see, during the first week of antibiotic treatment syphilis is apparently still contagious so the thinking was that if men didn't get drunk, they wouldn't go out and have sex. Doctors still tell us not to take alcohol to this day purely because it's a healthier way to live. Answered by Marco Strouth 1 year ago.

Alcohol is a diuretic which causes the body to expel fluid. Now, antibiotics work by building up in your system. When you consume alcohol is flushes them from your body. Hence, you may not get better from your symptoms....and/or your sickness may subside, but then return over time. Answered by Dollie Doepner 1 year ago.


Whats the definition of Sulfonamide?
Asked by Maribel Schmiel 1 year ago.

Definition Sulfonamides are medicines that prevent the growth of bacteria in the body. Description Sulfonamides, also called sulfa medicines, are available only with a physician's prescription. They are sold in tablet and liquid forms. Some commonly used sulfonamides are sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin) and the combination drug sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim (Bactrim, Cotrim). Dictionary: sul·fon·a·mide (sŭl-fŏn'ə-mīd', -mĭd) Any of a group of organic sulfur compounds containing the radical SO2NH2 and including the sulfa drugs. See sulfa drug. Sci-Tech Encyclopedia: Sulfonamide Top Home > Library > Science > Sci-Tech EncyclopediaOne of the group of organosulfur compounds, RSO2NH2. Many sulfonamides, which are the amides of sulfonic acids, have the marked ability to halt the growth of bacteria. The therapeutic drugs of this group are known as sulfa drugs. See also Organosulfur compound. The antibacterial spectrum of sulfonamides comprises a wide variety of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, including staphylococci, streptococci, meningococci, and gonococci, as well as the gangrene, tetanus, coli, dysentery, and cholera bacilli. They have only slight activity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis, while certain closely related sulfones are quite active against M. leprae. The use of sulfonmethoxine has proved to be effective in the treatment of chloroquine-resistant malaria. The relative potency of sulfonamides against the different microorganisms varies, and their action is bacteriostatic rather than bactericidal. The antibacterial effect, both in patients and in test tube cultures, is antagonized by p-amino­benzoic acid (PABA) and PABA-containing natural or synthetic products, such as folic acid and procaine. Accordingly, the mode of action of sulfonamides is considered to be an antimetabolite activity, dependent upon the inhibition of enzyme systems involving the essential PABA. Bacterial resistance has developed to all known sulfonamides, and many sulfonamide-resistant strains are encountered among the gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. The emergence of resistance to sulfonamides, however, seems less rapid and less widespread than resistance to most antibiotics. Sulfonamides are used today mostly as auxiliary drugs or in combination with antibiotics. In certain infectious diseases, however (for instance, in meningococcal infections and most infections of the urinary tract), sulfonamides deserve preference over antibiotics. --------------------------------------... Dental Dictionary: sulfonamide A derivative of sulfanilamide that is effective against microorganisms. Sulfonamides, sometimes called sulfa drugs, are medicines that prevent the growth of bacteria in the body. The sulfonamides have largely been replaced by the antibiotics which generally are safer and more effective. Description Sulfonamides are used to treat many kinds of infections caused by bacteria and certain other microorganisms. Physicians may prescribe these drugs to treat urinary tract infections, ear infections, frequent or long lasting bronchitis, bacterial meningitis, certain eye infections, Pneumocystis cariniipneumonia, traveler's diarrhea, and a number of other kinds of infections. These drugs will not work for colds, flu, and other infections caused by viruses. Description Although there were many sulfonamides, relatively few are in use as of 2004: Sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin) is used to treat urinary tract infections. In combination with erythromycin, sulfisoxazole may be used to treat ear infections in children. Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra) is a combination of two sulfonamides used together. The combination is more effective than giving either drug alone in a larger dose. The combination is commonly used to treat urinary tract infections and other infections that cannot be treated with antibiotics. Sulfadiazine may be used to protect people with rheumatic fever from infections. It is used to treat toxoplasmosis. An ointment containing silver sulfadiazine is widely used for treatment of burns. Sulfasalazine (Azulfadine) is used to treat infections of the colon and intestine. General Use The most common use for sulfonamides in adults is treatment of urinary tract infections. In children, sulfonamides have more limited use. Sulfisoxazole may be used for prophylaxis of ear infections and prevention of meningococcal infections. Sulfasakazube is used to treat children over the age of two years with ulcerative colitis. Precautions Sulfonamides should never be used in infants under the age of two months. They should also be used with extreme care in patients with liver problems, kidney problems, and some types of anemia. Side Effects Although such side effects are rare, some people have severe and life-threatening reactions to sulfonamides. These include sudden, severe liver damage; Answered by Ming Ferratt 1 year ago.

Sulfonamide Definition Answered by Benita Mcgloster 1 year ago.

The observe laminitis skill inflammation and/or separation of the laminae from the hoof wall. Acute laminitis is extra of a one time element it rather is correctable. Horses that have rather unfavorable hoof care with rather lengthy ft can strengthen acute laminitis. persistent laminitis is an ongoing situation and weight loss application could reason issues of the laminae. this is extra problematic to administration than acute laminitis. merely yet another actuality. Laminitis and founder at the instant are not an analogous element (till a pair of week in the past i assumed they have been yet my farrier corrected me. Yay internship). Founder refers back to the rotation of the coffin bone. in case you have founder, you've gotten laminitis because of the fact the rotation of the coffin bone pulls on the laminae, yet you've gotten laminitis without founder. Answered by Julie Kohnen 1 year ago.

It's a class of antibiotics. Answered by Debbie Huhn 1 year ago.

I don't know how to explain it so just click this website and you will know what it means. Answered by Doyle Mcdow 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of a antideressant that works like abilify but starts with a g?
my doctor gave me a script and i can't remember what it is. but i know that is starts with a g. Asked by Eddy Raczka 1 year ago.

No, I haven't. G Bid DM Oral G Bid Oral G Mastic Adhesive Misc G P Tex Oral G PHEN DM Oral G.G. IM G.U.M. Toothbrush Dent G/P 1200/60 Oral G-1 Oral G-4 Support Hose Mens Misc G-600 Oral GA Gel Oral GA Powder Oral GABAdone Oral Gabapentin (Bulk) Misc Gabapentin Oral Gabapentin-Diet. Supp 11 Oral Gabarone Oral Gabazolamine Oral Gabitidine Oral Gabitril Oral Gaboxetine Oral Gadobenate Dimeglumine IV Gadodiamide IV Gadodiamide with Normal Saline IV Gadopentetate Dimeglumine IV Gadoteridol IV Gadoversetamide IV Gadoxetate IV Galantamine Oral Galaxy Oral Galium-Heel Inj Galium-Heel Oral Gall Baldder Oral Gallium Nitrate IV Gallon Jug with Pump Misc Galsulfase IV Galzin Oral Gamastan IM GamaSTAN S/D IM Gamazole Oral Gamimune IV Gamimune N IV Gamma Immune Glob from Whey Oral Gamma Misc Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (Bulk) Misc Gammagard IV Gammagard Liquid IV Gammagard S/D IV Gammagard S-D (IgA<1ug/mL) IV Gamma-Linic-500 Oral Gamma-Massage-Ultrasound Misc Gammar IM Gammar IV IV Gammar-P IV IV Gamolenic Acid Oral Gamulin Rh IM Gamunex IV Ganciclovir IO Ganciclovir Oral Ganciclovir Sodium IV Ganidin NR Oral Ganirelix SubQ Ganite IV Gani-Tuss DM NR Oral Gani-Tuss NR Oral Ganphen Inj Gantanol Oral Gantrisin Oral Gantrisin Pediatric Oral Garamycin Inj Garamycin Opht Garamycin Pediatric Inj Garamycin Top GARDASIL IM Garden Fresh Top Garfield Adhesive Bandages Top Garfield Complete Oral Garfield Extra C Oral Garfield Plus Iron Oral Garfield Regular Oral Garlic & Parsley Oil Oral Garlic Cholesta Health Oral Garlic Extract Oral Garlic Oil Oral Garlic Oral Garlic-Calcium Oral Garlicin Oral Garlic-Parsley Oral Garlic-X Oral Garlin Oral Garlipure Oral Garlique Oral Garment Liner Misc Garylin MM Gas Away Oral Gas Ban 125 Oral Gas Ban 40 Oral Gas Ban Oral Gas Ban-80 Oral Gas Distress Oral Gas Enzyme Oral Gas Enzyme Supplement Oral Gas Free Extra Strength Oral Gas Permeable Cleaner Misc Gas Permeable Comfort Drops Misc Gas Permeable Comfort Drops Opht Gas Permeable Lens Starter Misc Gas Permeable Protein Remover Misc Gas Permeable Wetting/Soak Misc Gas Permeable Wetting/Soaking Misc Gas Relief 80 Oral Gas Relief Extra Strength Oral Gas Relief Maximum Strength Oral Gas Relief Oral Gas Relief Ultra Strength Oral Gas Valve Addition Misc GasAid Oral Gas-Gone Oral Gasid Oral Gas-Is-Gone Oral GastoMARK Oral Gastric Feeding Unit-Sterile Misc Gastrica Oral Gastrical Oral Gastricumeel Oral Gastrinex NF Oral Gastrinex Oral Gastro Bismuth Oral Gastroccult InVt Gastroccult Misc Gastrocrom Oral Gastrografin Oral Gastrosed Oral Gastrostomy Tube Misc Gastrovist Oral Gas-X Extra Strength Oral Gas-X Maximum Strength Oral Gas-X Oral Gas-X Ultra-Strength Oral Gas-X with Maalox Oral Gatifloxacin in D5W IV Gatifloxacin IV Gatifloxacin Opht Gatifloxacin Oral Gauze Bandage Top Gauze Bandage-Elastic Bandage Top Gauze Burn Dressings Top Gauze Pad Top Gauze Pads & Dressings Top Gauze Pads 4"X4" Top Gauze Roll Top Gauze Sponges Top Gauze Stretch Bandage Top Gauztape Top Gavage Administ Set F-McGaw Misc Gavage Administration Set Misc Gavilax Oral Gavilyte-C Oral GaviLyte-G Oral GaviLyte-N Oral Gaviscon Extra Strength Oral Gaviscon Oral Gaviscon-2 Oral G-BID DM TR Oral GDP-EX Oral G-Fed Oral G-Fed Ped Oral G-Fenesin DM Oral G-Fenesin Oral G-Formula Oral G-Mycin Inj G-Myticin Top G-P Oral G-Phed Oral G-Phed-PD Oral G-Phen 400 Oral G-Sana Oral G-Tar Top G-Tuss Oral G-Tussin Dac Oral G-Tussin DM Oral G-Tussin Oral G-Vent DA Oral G-Vent Oral G-Well Top Answered by Bonny Warchal 1 year ago.

The only one I can think of is Geodon but it isn't an antidepressant. It is a psych drug used a lot in treatment of bipolar disorder but is a mood stabilizing drug so he may have prescribed it to you for that use. Answered by Rheba Neuner 1 year ago.


I'm which medicines are sulpha drugs found?
I'm allergic to it.. Please help Asked by Margareta Daudier 1 year ago.

The sulfa family of drugs includes sulfadiazine, sulfamethizole (brand name: Thiosulfil Forte), sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), and various high-strength combinations of three sulfonamides. Check with your doctor or pharmacist for specific details. Answered by Maryrose Czarkowski 1 year ago.

All medicines, both for internal and external use, that have a sulpha (or sulfa) in their chemical name contain sulphur and hence must not be used by people allergic to this agent. Answered by Boyd Hullett 1 year ago.

Sufa is found in sulfa containing antibiotic medicines and creams. Deathly allergic to it here too. Answered by Ariel Panone 1 year ago.

. Sulfadiazine and trimethoprim combination is used to treat urinary tract infections. Sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim combination is used to treat infections, such as bronchitis, middle ear infection, urinary tract infection, and traveler's diarrhea. It is also used for the prevention and treatment of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP). These medicines will not work for colds, flu, or other virus infections. They may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Answered by Twanda Gabrielsen 1 year ago.

they are a class of antibiotic Answered by Nancie Lemonds 1 year ago.


Is there a safe treatment for UTI?
I have a 10-year-old daughter that has UTI for almost three years. She is now under "Nitrofurantion" for more than 18 months. Is there a hope that the UTI will go away as she grows up? Any help and suggestion is appreciated. Thanks … Asked by Glen Donnie 1 year ago.

By now, she is probably immune to the Macrodantin. She needs to drink cranberry juice and or take cranberry pills. She also needs to wipe herself after she pees from FRONT TO BACK. A lot of girls do it the opposite way and this causes bacteria from the rectal are to be brought forward to the vaginal area, causing a UTI. A drug that you can ask for at the doctors is BACTRIM DS. It comes in pill form and the pills are usually very large, and it also comes in liquid form. The liquid form doesn't taste bad at all. Bactrim is a sulfur drug so if she is allergic to sulfur of any kind she will not be able to take it. Another sulfur based drug for UTIs is Gantrisin. It's an old drug, makes the urine an orange or amber color, and because it's an old drug, it may be hard to find. Bottom line is, the nitrofurantin drug that she is on is no longer working. She is not susceptible to this drug. Has she had a UA C&S DONE? This test is a simple urine test that will show what the bacteria is resistant and susceptible to. That information will tell the doctor what to put her on to clear it up. But remember, she must be instructed to wipe herself in the correct way or all of your efforts to treat this will be null and void. Hope this helps. Answered by Alise Gilcrease 1 year ago.

I'm not a doctor but that sounds like an awfully long time to have a UTI. She could have a drug resistant strain but have you ever gotten a second opinion and do they actually find bacteria in a culture? Some conditions can mimic UTI's as far as frequency and burning goes. Answered by Saturnina Jannusch 1 year ago.

This could help, and no harm done either if you try, boil fresh corn together with the leaves and ask your daughter to drink the water that came from it. I used this as my medication way back home when I catch UTI, so far I was able to get rid of it. Answered by Ferdinand Delozier 1 year ago.

The only over the counter treatment I would try would be AZO. Make sure that your daughter is drinking plenty of fluids. Nothing with carbonation or caffine. If this doesn't work you may want to ask your Dr. why he/she hasn't recomended surgery or hospitalization. Answered by Beverlee Kouyate 1 year ago.

Ask your doctor. .He may not know of Ciprofloxasin, is strong prescription anti biotic taken twice a day at same time for period of 8-10 days. Use cranberry juice, too to ease symptoms. Answered by Jodi Cance 1 year ago.

This may be some infection of the bladder. So it is impotent to seek medical advice. Answered by Ellsworth Dominquez 1 year ago.

I get UTI's alot.........i take cranberry pills........they help a bit.......you can get them at any pharmacy.........they are 100% cranberry in a little pill....better then drinking cranberry juice(uck) Answered by Lael Folkins 1 year ago.


FOR ALL DOCTORS-- any chance of seizures in amebiasis?
is there any chance of seizures in amebiasis? coz i have a kid at my hospital who came in with complaints of fever, seizures and green, mucoid, watery foul smelling stools...some of the doctors here think it is amebiasis...but i feel tht it cud be stage 1 of TB meningitis.....which is more probable? plz help... Asked by Jeffery Mencke 1 year ago.

is there any chance of seizures in amebiasis? coz i have a kid at my hospital who came in with complaints of fever, seizures and green, mucoid, watery foul smelling stools...some of the doctors here think it is amebiasis...but i feel tht it cud be stage 1 of TB meningitis.....which is more probable? plz help fast!!!!this is an emerency! Answered by Wiley Vitrano 1 year ago.

strobe lighting fixtures or any flashing lighting fixtures is not going to motive a "seizure" what you're speaking approximately is photosensitive epilepsy and that's commonly identified at a tender age, Seizures can motive a loss of oxygen to the mind that may go away an character with mind harm (severity elegant on seizure) I'm no longer certain why you might wish to motive a seizure as a man or woman who suffers a seizure or are compatible can wander round for 30-60 Min's harassed. There may be a well threat that until scientific concentration is handy a self caused seizure (sorry no longer going to let you know find out how to do it) is more likely to go away you as a vegetable Answered by Shaunda Mauldin 1 year ago.


WHAT DOES DUNKINGG ALCOHOL DO WITH ANTIBIOTIC TAKING?
what happens if you take some wine for example while you are taking antibiotic? Asked by Josephina Kennis 1 year ago.

I dont know about dunking my antibiotics into alcohol......or did you mean drinking? Drinking alcohol while on Antibiotics will not lessen the effect of Antibiotics, Wine will have some interactions with certain antibiotics. Sulfonamide antibiotics interacts with wine because the type of alcohol in wine. This can lead to upset stomach, vomiting, sweating, headache, and an increased heartbeat. Do not drink wine while taking antibiotics. Some antibiotics that interact with wine include sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra), and others Answered by Delfina Fillmore 1 year ago.

This was on a TV show the other day. Antibiotics are actually ok to have with alcohol, the reason doctors tell you not to do it dates back to when lots of it was prescribed for syphilis. You see, during the first week of antibiotic treatment syphilis is apparently still contagious so the thinking was that if men didn't get drunk, they wouldn't go out and have sex. Doctors still tell us not to take alcohol to this day purely because it's a healthier way to live. Answered by Judy Mathes 1 year ago.

Alcohol is a diuretic which causes the body to expel fluid. Now, antibiotics work by building up in your system. When you consume alcohol is flushes them from your body. Hence, you may not get better from your symptoms....and/or your sickness may subside, but then return over time. Answered by Carmine Bourlier 1 year ago.


Whats the definition of Sulfonamide?
Asked by Antonette Palchetti 1 year ago.

Definition Sulfonamides are medicines that prevent the growth of bacteria in the body. Description Sulfonamides, also called sulfa medicines, are available only with a physician's prescription. They are sold in tablet and liquid forms. Some commonly used sulfonamides are sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin) and the combination drug sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim (Bactrim, Cotrim). Dictionary: sul·fon·a·mide (sŭl-fŏn'ə-mīd', -mĭd) Any of a group of organic sulfur compounds containing the radical SO2NH2 and including the sulfa drugs. See sulfa drug. Sci-Tech Encyclopedia: Sulfonamide Top Home > Library > Science > Sci-Tech EncyclopediaOne of the group of organosulfur compounds, RSO2NH2. Many sulfonamides, which are the amides of sulfonic acids, have the marked ability to halt the growth of bacteria. The therapeutic drugs of this group are known as sulfa drugs. See also Organosulfur compound. The antibacterial spectrum of sulfonamides comprises a wide variety of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, including staphylococci, streptococci, meningococci, and gonococci, as well as the gangrene, tetanus, coli, dysentery, and cholera bacilli. They have only slight activity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis, while certain closely related sulfones are quite active against M. leprae. The use of sulfonmethoxine has proved to be effective in the treatment of chloroquine-resistant malaria. The relative potency of sulfonamides against the different microorganisms varies, and their action is bacteriostatic rather than bactericidal. The antibacterial effect, both in patients and in test tube cultures, is antagonized by p-amino­benzoic acid (PABA) and PABA-containing natural or synthetic products, such as folic acid and procaine. Accordingly, the mode of action of sulfonamides is considered to be an antimetabolite activity, dependent upon the inhibition of enzyme systems involving the essential PABA. Bacterial resistance has developed to all known sulfonamides, and many sulfonamide-resistant strains are encountered among the gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. The emergence of resistance to sulfonamides, however, seems less rapid and less widespread than resistance to most antibiotics. Sulfonamides are used today mostly as auxiliary drugs or in combination with antibiotics. In certain infectious diseases, however (for instance, in meningococcal infections and most infections of the urinary tract), sulfonamides deserve preference over antibiotics. --------------------------------------... Dental Dictionary: sulfonamide A derivative of sulfanilamide that is effective against microorganisms. Sulfonamides, sometimes called sulfa drugs, are medicines that prevent the growth of bacteria in the body. The sulfonamides have largely been replaced by the antibiotics which generally are safer and more effective. Description Sulfonamides are used to treat many kinds of infections caused by bacteria and certain other microorganisms. Physicians may prescribe these drugs to treat urinary tract infections, ear infections, frequent or long lasting bronchitis, bacterial meningitis, certain eye infections, Pneumocystis cariniipneumonia, traveler's diarrhea, and a number of other kinds of infections. These drugs will not work for colds, flu, and other infections caused by viruses. Description Although there were many sulfonamides, relatively few are in use as of 2004: Sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin) is used to treat urinary tract infections. In combination with erythromycin, sulfisoxazole may be used to treat ear infections in children. Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra) is a combination of two sulfonamides used together. The combination is more effective than giving either drug alone in a larger dose. The combination is commonly used to treat urinary tract infections and other infections that cannot be treated with antibiotics. Sulfadiazine may be used to protect people with rheumatic fever from infections. It is used to treat toxoplasmosis. An ointment containing silver sulfadiazine is widely used for treatment of burns. Sulfasalazine (Azulfadine) is used to treat infections of the colon and intestine. General Use The most common use for sulfonamides in adults is treatment of urinary tract infections. In children, sulfonamides have more limited use. Sulfisoxazole may be used for prophylaxis of ear infections and prevention of meningococcal infections. Sulfasakazube is used to treat children over the age of two years with ulcerative colitis. Precautions Sulfonamides should never be used in infants under the age of two months. They should also be used with extreme care in patients with liver problems, kidney problems, and some types of anemia. Side Effects Although such side effects are rare, some people have severe and life-threatening reactions to sulfonamides. These include sudden, severe liver damage; Answered by Sook Rowand 1 year ago.

Sulfonamide Definition Answered by Marisela Modha 1 year ago.

The observe laminitis skill inflammation and/or separation of the laminae from the hoof wall. Acute laminitis is extra of a one time element it rather is correctable. Horses that have rather unfavorable hoof care with rather lengthy ft can strengthen acute laminitis. persistent laminitis is an ongoing situation and weight loss application could reason issues of the laminae. this is extra problematic to administration than acute laminitis. merely yet another actuality. Laminitis and founder at the instant are not an analogous element (till a pair of week in the past i assumed they have been yet my farrier corrected me. Yay internship). Founder refers back to the rotation of the coffin bone. in case you have founder, you've gotten laminitis because of the fact the rotation of the coffin bone pulls on the laminae, yet you've gotten laminitis without founder. Answered by Laverne Troutner 1 year ago.

It's a class of antibiotics. Answered by Shanon Mestas 1 year ago.

I don't know how to explain it so just click this website and you will know what it means. Answered by George Alkbsh 1 year ago.


Has anyone heard of a antideressant that works like abilify but starts with a g?
my doctor gave me a script and i can't remember what it is. but i know that is starts with a g. Asked by Deeann Hardaway 1 year ago.

No, I haven't. G Bid DM Oral G Bid Oral G Mastic Adhesive Misc G P Tex Oral G PHEN DM Oral G.G. IM G.U.M. Toothbrush Dent G/P 1200/60 Oral G-1 Oral G-4 Support Hose Mens Misc G-600 Oral GA Gel Oral GA Powder Oral GABAdone Oral Gabapentin (Bulk) Misc Gabapentin Oral Gabapentin-Diet. Supp 11 Oral Gabarone Oral Gabazolamine Oral Gabitidine Oral Gabitril Oral Gaboxetine Oral Gadobenate Dimeglumine IV Gadodiamide IV Gadodiamide with Normal Saline IV Gadopentetate Dimeglumine IV Gadoteridol IV Gadoversetamide IV Gadoxetate IV Galantamine Oral Galaxy Oral Galium-Heel Inj Galium-Heel Oral Gall Baldder Oral Gallium Nitrate IV Gallon Jug with Pump Misc Galsulfase IV Galzin Oral Gamastan IM GamaSTAN S/D IM Gamazole Oral Gamimune IV Gamimune N IV Gamma Immune Glob from Whey Oral Gamma Misc Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (Bulk) Misc Gammagard IV Gammagard Liquid IV Gammagard S/D IV Gammagard S-D (IgA<1ug/mL) IV Gamma-Linic-500 Oral Gamma-Massage-Ultrasound Misc Gammar IM Gammar IV IV Gammar-P IV IV Gamolenic Acid Oral Gamulin Rh IM Gamunex IV Ganciclovir IO Ganciclovir Oral Ganciclovir Sodium IV Ganidin NR Oral Ganirelix SubQ Ganite IV Gani-Tuss DM NR Oral Gani-Tuss NR Oral Ganphen Inj Gantanol Oral Gantrisin Oral Gantrisin Pediatric Oral Garamycin Inj Garamycin Opht Garamycin Pediatric Inj Garamycin Top GARDASIL IM Garden Fresh Top Garfield Adhesive Bandages Top Garfield Complete Oral Garfield Extra C Oral Garfield Plus Iron Oral Garfield Regular Oral Garlic & Parsley Oil Oral Garlic Cholesta Health Oral Garlic Extract Oral Garlic Oil Oral Garlic Oral Garlic-Calcium Oral Garlicin Oral Garlic-Parsley Oral Garlic-X Oral Garlin Oral Garlipure Oral Garlique Oral Garment Liner Misc Garylin MM Gas Away Oral Gas Ban 125 Oral Gas Ban 40 Oral Gas Ban Oral Gas Ban-80 Oral Gas Distress Oral Gas Enzyme Oral Gas Enzyme Supplement Oral Gas Free Extra Strength Oral Gas Permeable Cleaner Misc Gas Permeable Comfort Drops Misc Gas Permeable Comfort Drops Opht Gas Permeable Lens Starter Misc Gas Permeable Protein Remover Misc Gas Permeable Wetting/Soak Misc Gas Permeable Wetting/Soaking Misc Gas Relief 80 Oral Gas Relief Extra Strength Oral Gas Relief Maximum Strength Oral Gas Relief Oral Gas Relief Ultra Strength Oral Gas Valve Addition Misc GasAid Oral Gas-Gone Oral Gasid Oral Gas-Is-Gone Oral GastoMARK Oral Gastric Feeding Unit-Sterile Misc Gastrica Oral Gastrical Oral Gastricumeel Oral Gastrinex NF Oral Gastrinex Oral Gastro Bismuth Oral Gastroccult InVt Gastroccult Misc Gastrocrom Oral Gastrografin Oral Gastrosed Oral Gastrostomy Tube Misc Gastrovist Oral Gas-X Extra Strength Oral Gas-X Maximum Strength Oral Gas-X Oral Gas-X Ultra-Strength Oral Gas-X with Maalox Oral Gatifloxacin in D5W IV Gatifloxacin IV Gatifloxacin Opht Gatifloxacin Oral Gauze Bandage Top Gauze Bandage-Elastic Bandage Top Gauze Burn Dressings Top Gauze Pad Top Gauze Pads & Dressings Top Gauze Pads 4"X4" Top Gauze Roll Top Gauze Sponges Top Gauze Stretch Bandage Top Gauztape Top Gavage Administ Set F-McGaw Misc Gavage Administration Set Misc Gavilax Oral Gavilyte-C Oral GaviLyte-G Oral GaviLyte-N Oral Gaviscon Extra Strength Oral Gaviscon Oral Gaviscon-2 Oral G-BID DM TR Oral GDP-EX Oral G-Fed Oral G-Fed Ped Oral G-Fenesin DM Oral G-Fenesin Oral G-Formula Oral G-Mycin Inj G-Myticin Top G-P Oral G-Phed Oral G-Phed-PD Oral G-Phen 400 Oral G-Sana Oral G-Tar Top G-Tuss Oral G-Tussin Dac Oral G-Tussin DM Oral G-Tussin Oral G-Vent DA Oral G-Vent Oral G-Well Top Answered by Angelic Stegent 1 year ago.

The only one I can think of is Geodon but it isn't an antidepressant. It is a psych drug used a lot in treatment of bipolar disorder but is a mood stabilizing drug so he may have prescribed it to you for that use. Answered by Teri Rasmuson 1 year ago.


I'm which medicines are sulpha drugs found?
I'm allergic to it.. Please help Asked by Coral Schnettler 1 year ago.

The sulfa family of drugs includes sulfadiazine, sulfamethizole (brand name: Thiosulfil Forte), sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), and various high-strength combinations of three sulfonamides. Check with your doctor or pharmacist for specific details. Answered by Ofelia Unrath 1 year ago.

All medicines, both for internal and external use, that have a sulpha (or sulfa) in their chemical name contain sulphur and hence must not be used by people allergic to this agent. Answered by Belen Rousell 1 year ago.

Sufa is found in sulfa containing antibiotic medicines and creams. Deathly allergic to it here too. Answered by Lauren Bremseth 1 year ago.

. Sulfadiazine and trimethoprim combination is used to treat urinary tract infections. Sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim combination is used to treat infections, such as bronchitis, middle ear infection, urinary tract infection, and traveler's diarrhea. It is also used for the prevention and treatment of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP). These medicines will not work for colds, flu, or other virus infections. They may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Answered by Marla Chmiel 1 year ago.

they are a class of antibiotic Answered by Dong Dapoz 1 year ago.


Is there a safe treatment for UTI?
I have a 10-year-old daughter that has UTI for almost three years. She is now under "Nitrofurantion" for more than 18 months. Is there a hope that the UTI will go away as she grows up? Any help and suggestion is appreciated. Thanks … Asked by Rosario Dorey 1 year ago.

By now, she is probably immune to the Macrodantin. She needs to drink cranberry juice and or take cranberry pills. She also needs to wipe herself after she pees from FRONT TO BACK. A lot of girls do it the opposite way and this causes bacteria from the rectal are to be brought forward to the vaginal area, causing a UTI. A drug that you can ask for at the doctors is BACTRIM DS. It comes in pill form and the pills are usually very large, and it also comes in liquid form. The liquid form doesn't taste bad at all. Bactrim is a sulfur drug so if she is allergic to sulfur of any kind she will not be able to take it. Another sulfur based drug for UTIs is Gantrisin. It's an old drug, makes the urine an orange or amber color, and because it's an old drug, it may be hard to find. Bottom line is, the nitrofurantin drug that she is on is no longer working. She is not susceptible to this drug. Has she had a UA C&S DONE? This test is a simple urine test that will show what the bacteria is resistant and susceptible to. That information will tell the doctor what to put her on to clear it up. But remember, she must be instructed to wipe herself in the correct way or all of your efforts to treat this will be null and void. Hope this helps. Answered by Vania Beeks 1 year ago.

I'm not a doctor but that sounds like an awfully long time to have a UTI. She could have a drug resistant strain but have you ever gotten a second opinion and do they actually find bacteria in a culture? Some conditions can mimic UTI's as far as frequency and burning goes. Answered by Steffanie Bracker 1 year ago.

This could help, and no harm done either if you try, boil fresh corn together with the leaves and ask your daughter to drink the water that came from it. I used this as my medication way back home when I catch UTI, so far I was able to get rid of it. Answered by Keena Alier 1 year ago.

The only over the counter treatment I would try would be AZO. Make sure that your daughter is drinking plenty of fluids. Nothing with carbonation or caffine. If this doesn't work you may want to ask your Dr. why he/she hasn't recomended surgery or hospitalization. Answered by Stephani Doerr 1 year ago.

Ask your doctor. .He may not know of Ciprofloxasin, is strong prescription anti biotic taken twice a day at same time for period of 8-10 days. Use cranberry juice, too to ease symptoms. Answered by Sook Whittet 1 year ago.

This may be some infection of the bladder. So it is impotent to seek medical advice. Answered by Renato Barkan 1 year ago.

I get UTI's alot.........i take cranberry pills........they help a bit.......you can get them at any pharmacy.........they are 100% cranberry in a little pill....better then drinking cranberry juice(uck) Answered by Elva Meighen 1 year ago.


FOR ALL DOCTORS-- any chance of seizures in amebiasis?
is there any chance of seizures in amebiasis? coz i have a kid at my hospital who came in with complaints of fever, seizures and green, mucoid, watery foul smelling stools...some of the doctors here think it is amebiasis...but i feel tht it cud be stage 1 of TB meningitis.....which is more probable? plz help... Asked by Madelaine Mouser 1 year ago.

is there any chance of seizures in amebiasis? coz i have a kid at my hospital who came in with complaints of fever, seizures and green, mucoid, watery foul smelling stools...some of the doctors here think it is amebiasis...but i feel tht it cud be stage 1 of TB meningitis.....which is more probable? plz help fast!!!!this is an emerency! Answered by Yukiko Kuboushek 1 year ago.

strobe lighting fixtures or any flashing lighting fixtures is not going to motive a "seizure" what you're speaking approximately is photosensitive epilepsy and that's commonly identified at a tender age, Seizures can motive a loss of oxygen to the mind that may go away an character with mind harm (severity elegant on seizure) I'm no longer certain why you might wish to motive a seizure as a man or woman who suffers a seizure or are compatible can wander round for 30-60 Min's harassed. There may be a well threat that until scientific concentration is handy a self caused seizure (sorry no longer going to let you know find out how to do it) is more likely to go away you as a vegetable Answered by Genia Panell 1 year ago.


WHAT DOES DUNKINGG ALCOHOL DO WITH ANTIBIOTIC TAKING?
what happens if you take some wine for example while you are taking antibiotic? Asked by Felisa Munz 1 year ago.

I dont know about dunking my antibiotics into alcohol......or did you mean drinking? Drinking alcohol while on Antibiotics will not lessen the effect of Antibiotics, Wine will have some interactions with certain antibiotics. Sulfonamide antibiotics interacts with wine because the type of alcohol in wine. This can lead to upset stomach, vomiting, sweating, headache, and an increased heartbeat. Do not drink wine while taking antibiotics. Some antibiotics that interact with wine include sulfamethoxazole (Gantanol), sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), sulfisoxazole (Gantrisin), trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim, Septra), and others Answered by Fern Romans 1 year ago.

This was on a TV show the other day. Antibiotics are actually ok to have with alcohol, the reason doctors tell you not to do it dates back to when lots of it was prescribed for syphilis. You see, during the first week of antibiotic treatment syphilis is apparently still contagious so the thinking was that if men didn't get drunk, they wouldn't go out and have sex. Doctors still tell us not to take alcohol to this day purely because it's a healthier way to live. Answered by Rebecka Lovell 1 year ago.

Alcohol is a diuretic which causes the body to expel fluid. Now, antibiotics work by building up in your system. When you consume alcohol is flushes them from your body. Hence, you may not get better from your symptoms....and/or your sickness may subside, but then return over time. Answered by Yuonne Sierra 1 year ago.


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