- It is advised to follow the schedule of this medicine regularly to get maximum benefit from it.
- To help you remember the medicine easily, take it at the exact time each day.
- Keep your doctor or pharmacist known of all the medicines that you are taking as the product may show interact with other medicines and produce serious side effects.
- Also, this medicine interferes with other lab tests, and may produce false test results. So, keep your lab personnel & doctor informed of this drug.
- However, this medicine is not a substitute of proper diet, so keep your diet well balanced & intake vitamins from healthy food.
This medication is used in patients with hyperemesis (severe nausea, vomiting, weight loss, and possibly dehydration in pregnancy), neuritis (inflammation of one or more nerves), convalescence (it is the slow recovery to health and strength after an illness or injury), general debility (loss of strength), growth and development in children, loss of weight & appetite and in all cases of vitamin B complex and C deficiencies. It is also used in pregnant and lactating females as a dietary supplement.
- Apply as advised by your doctor.
- For external use only.
- Before application, wash and dry the area.
- Apply a thin layer of medication on the affected area.
- Contact your doctor if there is worsening of condition or no improvement.
- Avoid contact with eyes and open wounds
- Avoid using occlusive dressings.
- Do not use it for long periods of time around genitalia, rectal areas and sensitive tissues.
- Exposure to the affected area to direct sunlight must be avoided.
This medicine is used to treat Psoriasis (skin disease characterized by red, itchy and scaly patches), Lichen simplex (dry patchy skin), planus eczema (inflammatory disorders causing purplish flat skin bumps), otitis externa (ear inflammation), prurigo (intensely itchy spots), seborrheic dermatitis (skin condition mainly affecting the scalp), contact dermatitis (red, itchy rash due to allergy), steroid-responsive dermatoses of the scalp (skin lesion or defect of the scalp), and severe dandruff.
The patients administered with this medicine may experience irritation at application site, redness and dryness, pruritus (severe skin itching), numbness of fingers, skin cracking/tightening, secondary infection (infection occurring other than the primary infection), skin atrophy (skin degeneration), malaria, telangiectasia (small, widened blood vessels), cushingoid changes (changes due to excess of cortisol related medicine/agent), adrenal suppression, and allergies.
The patients receiving monotherapy for primary bacterial infections such as impetigo (skin infection), paronychia (fingernail or toenail skin inflammation), erysipelas (bacterial skin infection), cellulitis (skin infection causing red, painful patches), angular cheilitis (inflammation of mouth corners or area around mouth) and erythrasma (skin infection affecting underarms, groin and skin between toes), treatment for rosacea (enlarged facial blood vessels), and with perioral dermatitis (red rash around mouth) or acne, untreated fungal or viral infections or parasitic infestations, burns, acne or rosacea, perioral dermatitis, widespread plaque psoriasis (red, itchy skin), perianal or genital pruritus (severe skin itching) and pruritus without inflammation should avoid use of this medicine.
What is betamethasone valerate cream used to treat?
Betamethasone topical is used to relieve redness, itching, swelling, or other conditions.
How long can you use betamethasone valerate for?
A course of treatment for 7-14 days is sufficient.
How do you use betamethasone valerate?
Apply a thin layer to the affected area.
What are the side effects of betamethasone valerate cream?
Stinging, burning, itching, irritation, dryness, or redness of the skin may occur on first use. If these effects persist consult your doctor.
Is betamethasone valerate stronger than hydrocortisone?
Yes it is more potent than hydrocortisone.
This drug is given for the treatment of schizophrenia.
This drug can causeinsomnia, restlessness, headache, dizziness, restlessness, drowsiness, tremor, blurred vision, GI upset, muscle weakness, stroke, TIA in elderly, diabetes, anxiety, sedation, increased secretion of saliva, and fatigue. It can also cause drop in blood pressure on change of posture, cardiac rhythm disorders, weight changes, increased creatine kinase, and discomfort in swallowing. In adolscents, this drug can cause weight loss, increased blood isulin, arrhythmia, decreased WBC's and low serum prolactin.
What is the use of this medicine?
It is an anti-psychotic medicine, used to treat schizophrenia (a mental disorder that can result in hallucinations or delusions) and bipolar disease.
-For external use only.
-Apply fatty ointment and cream ointment as a thin layer to the affected areas.
-Apply as advised by your healthcare provider.
-Wash and dry area gently before application.
-Rub lightly. Apply dressing to the applied area only if needed.
-Contact your healthcare provider if no improvement is seen or the condition is worsening.
-Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes or open wounds.
-Do not use for long time around genital, rectal and other sensitive parts.
-Exposure of affected areas to direct sunlight must be avoided.
-The duration of use should be less than 12 weeks in adults and less than 4 weeks in children.
-If the skin dries out excessively during treatment with cream or lotion, a change should be made to one of the formulations with a higher fat content i.e. ointment or fatty ointment.
This medicine is used to treat endogenous eczema (an inherent tendency to develop dermatitis on the skin), including atopic dermatitis (a condition that makes your skin red and itchy. It is chronic and tends to flare periodically. It may be accompanied by asthma or hay fever) and neurodermatitis (a skin condition that starts with an itchy patch of skin. Scratching makes it even itchier). It is also indicated for the treatment of contact dermatitis (a red, itchy rash caused by direct contact with a substance or an allergic reaction to it), degenerative, dyshidrotic (skin condition in which blisters develop on the soles of your feet and/or the palms of your hands. The blisters are usually itchy and may be filled with fluid) and vulvar (occurs in women when the soft folds of skin around the opening of the vagina become red, painful, and itchy) eczema.
The patients taking this medication may experience itching, burning, erythema (redness of the skin), thinning of the skin, dilation of cutaneous vessels, the formation of stripes or acneiform skin conditions, increased body hair growth, and perioral dermatitis (a facial rash that tends to occur around the mouth).
This medication is contraindicated in patients with areas of tuberculous or syphilitic processes, as well as for the treatment of viral diseases such as vaccinia (causes small pox), chicken pox, and shingles (viral infection that causes painful rash).
What is the dosage for this medication?
Apply thinly once daily.
What is the maximum duration for the application of this medication?
Max duration is 12 weeks in adults and 4 weeks in children.
Is this medication safe for babies?
In an infant with newly diagnosed eczema, this medication is safe and effective in alleviating lesions and scratching severity and restoring sleep.
Can this medication be used for nappy rashes?
This medication is for very severe nappy rashes, but not for very young babies.
How to store this medication?
Keep this medication in a cool dry place where the temperature stays below 25 C.
How To Use
- Atenolol is available in IV infusion and tablet form.
- IV infusion should be administered by a trained professional only.
- Take the tablet by mouth with a glass of water.
- Take it with or without food.
- Swallow it as a whole, do not crush or chew the medicine.
- Take it at the same time to help you remember.
- Or use it exactly as instructed by your doctor.
Avoid this medication if:
Consult your doctor if:
- You are allergic to this medicine or its contents.
Be careful about:
- You are pregnant, planning to have a child, or breastfeeding.
- You have a medical history of liver disease, breathing disorders (asthma, bronchitis etc.), blood circulation diseases, Myasthenia gravis, thyroid disorders, or an irregular heart rhythm.
- Your symptoms are getting worse, instead of getting better.
- Taking the medicine timely, in the way that your physician has prescribed. Keep in mind that it may take 10-14 days before effects can be seen.
- Maintaining blood sugar if you are diabetic, while taking this drug.
- Check blood sugar levels if you are diabetic, and on medication to treat diabetes. Taking this drug may make some of the signs of low blood sugar less prominent.
- Alcohol consumption should be avoided
- Performing any tasks that require alertness, such as driving, because this drug may cause dizziness. Only perform these tasks if you are confident in your abilities.
Hypertension and Angina
This medication is used in the management of hypertension (high blood pressure), cardiac dysrhythmias (problem with the rate or rhythm of your heartbeat caused by changes in your heart's normal sequence of electrical impulses). Treatment of myocardial infarction (heart attack).
What is Tonoflex-P Tablet?
Tonoflex-P is a reputable muscle relaxant that is recommended to ease inflammation. Tonoflex- P tablet is commonly composed of
Tramadol is a known opioid and thus helps with the treatment of pain. On the other hand, paracetamol is famous for being an effective pain reliever and fever reducer.
Tonoflex Tablet Uses
Given below are some of the common and highly prescribed tonoflex p uses:
- Doctors at Evercare Hospital often recommend tonoflex tablets for treating muscle and joint stiffness and pain
- It is also used to treat severe headaches, migraines, tension headaches and cluster headaches
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