acetazolamide


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acetazolamide

[‚as·ə·tə′zäl·ə‚mīd]
(pharmacology)
(CH3CONH)C2N2S(SO2NH2) An odorless, white to faintly yellowish-white, crystalline powder with a melting point of 258°C; slightly soluble in water; used as a diuretic.
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Finally, it is probably true to say that if knowledgeable guides were to carry acetazolamide and dexamethasone on Kilimanjaro trips, lives could potentially be saved.
The patient reported that she was taking acetazolamide for IIH treatment orally during the last 15 days with an onset dosage of 750 mg/day, increased to 1500 mg/day after the 7th day of usage.
In order to prevent restenosis the patient's administration with acetazolamide was maintained as presumably elevation of CSF pressure would have led to restenosis.
Acetazolamide or dexamethasone for prevention of acute mountain sickness: a meta-analysis.
Usually it is recommended to use 500 mg/ day of acetazolamide.
Compared with model group, Rg1 group, acetazolamide treatment, and Rg1 plus acetazolamide group all have significantly decreased AQP4 expression at each time point (p < 0.
Specialist pharmaceutical company Sagent Pharmaceuticals Inc (NasdaqGM:SGNT) reported on Tuesday the launch of Acetazolamide for Injection USP in a latex-free vial presentation.
Prospective, Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Comparison of Acetazolamide Versus Ibuprofen for Prophylaxis Against High Altitude Headache: The Headache Evaluation at Altitude Trial (HEAT).
Acetazolamide may be used, but it has greater efficacy for prevention than treatment.
A diagnosis of pseudotumor cerebri was made and acetazolamide treatment was started.
The researchers also found that taking acetazolamide (ACZ), a drug frequently prescribed to prevent altitude illness, can reduce some of the risk factors associated with SHAI.