Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 006800/001.

Names and composition

"PARADIONE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PARAMETHADIONE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
006800/001 PARADIONE PARAMETHADIONE CAPSULE/ORAL 300MG
006800/002 PARADIONE PARAMETHADIONE SOLUTION/ORAL 300MG per ML
006800/003 PARADIONE PARAMETHADIONE CAPSULE/ORAL 150MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
006800/001 PARADIONE PARAMETHADIONE CAPSULE/ORAL 300MG
006800/002 PARADIONE PARAMETHADIONE SOLUTION/ORAL 300MG per ML
006800/003 PARADIONE PARAMETHADIONE CAPSULE/ORAL 150MG

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Anti epileptic tt. for apregnant female with generalised epilepsy? tegretol? valproate? phenytoin?
the patient had two recent episodes of tonic clonic seizures &was found to be pregnant Asked by Marvella Leza 1 year ago.

All commonly used anti-epilepsy drugs (AEDs) have been associated with congenital defects. The risk for epileptic pregnant women on AEDs to have children with congenital defects is 2-3 times greater than in a normal pregnancy, but the risk for epileptic pregnant women no longer taking AEDs to have children with congenital defects is still1-2 times greater than in a normal pregnancy. The most common malformations are cleft lip, cleft palate, and congenital heart disease. Instead of re-writing this, I'll just leave the info as I found it on the sources listed below: "Valproic acid (with a risk of 1 to 2 percent), and to a lesser degree, carbamazepine (with a risk of 0.5 percent) have been associated with neural tube defects, specifically spina bifida. Folate supplementation used prior to conception and throughout the childbearing years may minimize this risk." "Phenytoin (Dilantin) slightly increases the risk of cleft palate and heart disease. It also causes what is referred to as the "Fetal Hydantoin Syndrome." This includes growth deficiency, abnormalities of the nails and fingers, small head size, and a number of other minor malformations. Most of these infants develop with normal intelligence. Phenobarbital also may cause problems although they may be less frequent than with phenytoin. Women taking valproic acid (Depakene) during the first several months of their pregnancy may have an increased risk of having a child with spina bifida (open spine). This risk may be as high as 1-2 per hundred. A woman who becomes pregnant while on valproic acid should consult with her obstetrician about prenatal testing for a neural tube defect (spina bifida). Certain drugs seem more likely to cause problems: Trimethadione (Tridione) and paramethadione (Paradione) are more likely to cause severe congenital malformation. While on these drugs, a woman should probably avoid pregnancy, or discuss changing to another medication prior to pregnancy. There is insufficient information about most other anticonvulsants to make definite statements, but the increased frequency of malformation over the usual occurrence appears to be small." Answered by Glennie Shones 1 year ago.

I in basic terms got here here following a contravention be conscious e mail. Then I observed this question, and that i had to respond to this. i've got been thinking that for a protracted time. that's not only R&S, that's everywhere. The conflict is often between 2 anti communities. And that for the duration of all possibility explains the adverse environment everywhere. i assume that's the difficulty with forming communities. even once you're intentions are good once you sort it, it would turn to negativity someplace interior the line. it is why if atheists grow to be organised, I will in no way be an element of it. beginning an anti-anti team, of direction, could convey not something yet greater negativity. If somebody quite desires to protest negativity, enable's in basic terms stay out of any stupid communities. Answered by Jeanice Neitzel 1 year ago.

The pregnant women must take antiepileptic therapy bat first she must consult Dr of gynecology and neurology to prescribe her suitable dosage. Answered by Tyler Musacchio 1 year ago.


Anti epileptic tt. for apregnant female with generalised epilepsy? tegretol? valproate? phenytoin?
the patient had two recent episodes of tonic clonic seizures &was found to be pregnant Asked by Anthony Heldreth 1 year ago.

All commonly used anti-epilepsy drugs (AEDs) have been associated with congenital defects. The risk for epileptic pregnant women on AEDs to have children with congenital defects is 2-3 times greater than in a normal pregnancy, but the risk for epileptic pregnant women no longer taking AEDs to have children with congenital defects is still1-2 times greater than in a normal pregnancy. The most common malformations are cleft lip, cleft palate, and congenital heart disease. Instead of re-writing this, I'll just leave the info as I found it on the sources listed below: "Valproic acid (with a risk of 1 to 2 percent), and to a lesser degree, carbamazepine (with a risk of 0.5 percent) have been associated with neural tube defects, specifically spina bifida. Folate supplementation used prior to conception and throughout the childbearing years may minimize this risk." "Phenytoin (Dilantin) slightly increases the risk of cleft palate and heart disease. It also causes what is referred to as the "Fetal Hydantoin Syndrome." This includes growth deficiency, abnormalities of the nails and fingers, small head size, and a number of other minor malformations. Most of these infants develop with normal intelligence. Phenobarbital also may cause problems although they may be less frequent than with phenytoin. Women taking valproic acid (Depakene) during the first several months of their pregnancy may have an increased risk of having a child with spina bifida (open spine). This risk may be as high as 1-2 per hundred. A woman who becomes pregnant while on valproic acid should consult with her obstetrician about prenatal testing for a neural tube defect (spina bifida). Certain drugs seem more likely to cause problems: Trimethadione (Tridione) and paramethadione (Paradione) are more likely to cause severe congenital malformation. While on these drugs, a woman should probably avoid pregnancy, or discuss changing to another medication prior to pregnancy. There is insufficient information about most other anticonvulsants to make definite statements, but the increased frequency of malformation over the usual occurrence appears to be small." Answered by Beatrice Brudnicki 1 year ago.

I in basic terms got here here following a contravention be conscious e mail. Then I observed this question, and that i had to respond to this. i've got been thinking that for a protracted time. that's not only R&S, that's everywhere. The conflict is often between 2 anti communities. And that for the duration of all possibility explains the adverse environment everywhere. i assume that's the difficulty with forming communities. even once you're intentions are good once you sort it, it would turn to negativity someplace interior the line. it is why if atheists grow to be organised, I will in no way be an element of it. beginning an anti-anti team, of direction, could convey not something yet greater negativity. If somebody quite desires to protest negativity, enable's in basic terms stay out of any stupid communities. Answered by Terrilyn Janey 1 year ago.

The pregnant women must take antiepileptic therapy bat first she must consult Dr of gynecology and neurology to prescribe her suitable dosage. Answered by Lahoma Gingery 1 year ago.


Anti epileptic tt. for apregnant female with generalised epilepsy? tegretol? valproate? phenytoin?
the patient had two recent episodes of tonic clonic seizures &was found to be pregnant Asked by Marilynn Reyolds 1 year ago.

All commonly used anti-epilepsy drugs (AEDs) have been associated with congenital defects. The risk for epileptic pregnant women on AEDs to have children with congenital defects is 2-3 times greater than in a normal pregnancy, but the risk for epileptic pregnant women no longer taking AEDs to have children with congenital defects is still1-2 times greater than in a normal pregnancy. The most common malformations are cleft lip, cleft palate, and congenital heart disease. Instead of re-writing this, I'll just leave the info as I found it on the sources listed below: "Valproic acid (with a risk of 1 to 2 percent), and to a lesser degree, carbamazepine (with a risk of 0.5 percent) have been associated with neural tube defects, specifically spina bifida. Folate supplementation used prior to conception and throughout the childbearing years may minimize this risk." "Phenytoin (Dilantin) slightly increases the risk of cleft palate and heart disease. It also causes what is referred to as the "Fetal Hydantoin Syndrome." This includes growth deficiency, abnormalities of the nails and fingers, small head size, and a number of other minor malformations. Most of these infants develop with normal intelligence. Phenobarbital also may cause problems although they may be less frequent than with phenytoin. Women taking valproic acid (Depakene) during the first several months of their pregnancy may have an increased risk of having a child with spina bifida (open spine). This risk may be as high as 1-2 per hundred. A woman who becomes pregnant while on valproic acid should consult with her obstetrician about prenatal testing for a neural tube defect (spina bifida). Certain drugs seem more likely to cause problems: Trimethadione (Tridione) and paramethadione (Paradione) are more likely to cause severe congenital malformation. While on these drugs, a woman should probably avoid pregnancy, or discuss changing to another medication prior to pregnancy. There is insufficient information about most other anticonvulsants to make definite statements, but the increased frequency of malformation over the usual occurrence appears to be small." Answered by Chang Mook 1 year ago.

I in basic terms got here here following a contravention be conscious e mail. Then I observed this question, and that i had to respond to this. i've got been thinking that for a protracted time. that's not only R&S, that's everywhere. The conflict is often between 2 anti communities. And that for the duration of all possibility explains the adverse environment everywhere. i assume that's the difficulty with forming communities. even once you're intentions are good once you sort it, it would turn to negativity someplace interior the line. it is why if atheists grow to be organised, I will in no way be an element of it. beginning an anti-anti team, of direction, could convey not something yet greater negativity. If somebody quite desires to protest negativity, enable's in basic terms stay out of any stupid communities. Answered by Hollis Terrett 1 year ago.

The pregnant women must take antiepileptic therapy bat first she must consult Dr of gynecology and neurology to prescribe her suitable dosage. Answered by Eddie Burgos 1 year ago.


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