Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 010909/003.

Names and composition

"MIRADON" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ANISINDIONE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
010909/003 MIRADON ANISINDIONE TABLET/ORAL 50MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
010909/003 MIRADON ANISINDIONE TABLET/ORAL 50MG

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Answered questions

WhAt is pill pink e795 round?
I checked everywhere what is this pill Asked by Charley Bogut 1 year ago.

Drug: Miradon Strength(s): 50 mg Imprint: 795 SCHERING Color: Pink Shape: Elliptical / Oval MIRADON Tablets contain a synthetic anticoagulant, anisindione, an indanedione derivative. Each tablet contains 50 mg anisin-dione. They also contain: corn starch, FD&C Red No. 3, gelatin, lactose, and hydrogenated cottonseed oil. Anticoagulant: Any agent used to prevent the formation of blood clots. Anticoagulants have various uses. Some are used for the prophylaxis (prevention) or the treatment of thromboembolic disorders. Thrombi are clots. Emboli are clots that break free, travel through the bloodstream, and lodge therein. The anticoagulant drugs used for these clinical purposes include: * Intravenous heparin -- which acts by inactivating thrombin and several other clotting factors required for a clot to form; * Oral anticoagulants such as warfarin and dicumarol -- which act by inhibiting the liver's production of vitamin K dependent factors crucial to clotting. Anticoagulant solutions are also used for the preservation of stored whole blood and blood fractions. These anticoagulants include heparin and acid citrate dextrose (commonly called ACD). Anticoagulants are also used to keep laboratory blood specimens from clotting. These agents include not only heparin but also several agents that make calcium ions unavailable to the clotting process and so prevent the formation of clots; these agents include ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (commonly called EDTA), citrate, oxalate and fluoride. Answered by Johnny Fuscaldo 1 year ago.


HELP! Dark orange/red urine?
Don't just tell me "GO TO THE DOCTOR!!"...I need to know WHAT is wrong. She kind of refused....What can I do to make her go? Asked by Lizzie Nettleton 1 year ago.

I'm not the one who has it...It's my mom. She has had Hepatitis B when she was little. She also had kidney stones, but I think they're gone now. I don't think she has other obvious symptoms except for dark orange/red urine. And I think she's also keeping herself hydrated. What should I do? What could it be? Should my mom go to the doctor? Thanks for your help. Answered by Verlie Pelak 1 year ago.

It's not sensible for your mother to refuse to see a doctor, so you need to persuade her to go by telling her how concerned you are about her. There are so many reasons for wrong coloured urine - some serious, some not: Dehydration Hepatitis Jaundice Blood in the urine And certain drugs or vitamins (this is not an exhaustive list) Beta-carotene supplements - may make urine yellow or orangish Certain laxatives - may turn urine red color Coumadin Miradon Mycobutin Phenolphthaleine - may turn urine red color Pyridium - can cause orange urine Rifabutin Rifampin - makes urine orange color. Vitamin B supplementns - can cause orange urine Warfarin It's not possible for her to have a diagnosis on Yahoo Answers, It's just not safe. Answered by Jonie Shabazz 1 year ago.

I think your mom has a bladder infection, its not deadly really, but your mom should go see a doctor. It usually comes from not going to the bathroom enough when you have to.. sooo i would have her see a doctor. Answered by Valrie Bawer 1 year ago.

go to the doctor NOW. this is serious. dehydration is awful by itself, but it sounds like she also has blood in her urine. you need to find out where it is coming from. go to the doctor immediately. Answered by Candace Lorman 1 year ago.

anytime something in your body changes like that or is out of the ordinary u should c a dr. especially if shes had prior infections or diseases. always get checked. Answered by Luciana Papineau 1 year ago.

Urine any color than yellow is abnormal... Seek medical help immediately. Answered by Sunni Glaeser 1 year ago.

drink more water & call the urologist. don't get upset with Yahoo for answering your question appropriately. this is your mother's health -not yours. she is a legal adult & can choose to get medical help if she wants it. Answered by Elois Weikel 1 year ago.

Go to the doctor. immedeatly. Answered by Israel Beucke 1 year ago.

yessss. she needs to go to the doctor. that cant be healthy. Answered by Sachiko Lob 1 year ago.

OF COURSE YOU SHOULD GO TO THE HOSPITAL !!!!! GO NOW !!!!! SHE COULD DIE !!!! GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW !!!!!!!!!!!! DOCTOR NOW !!!! Answered by Lee Peduto 1 year ago.


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