hydroxycarbamide


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Related to hydroxycarbamide: hydroxyurea, Anagrelide, Hydrea

hydroxycarbamide

[hī¦dräk·sē′kär·bə‚mīd]
(pharmacology)
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Medline search (January 15,2018) with conjunction of the terms "'hydroxycarbamide' AND 'skin', 'hydroxycarbamide' AND ('actinic' OR 'keratosis')" returned 436 and 34 articles, respectively.
Franco-Penteado, "Hydroxycarbamide reduces eosinophil adhesion and degranulation in sickle cell anaemia patients," British Journal of Haematology, vol.
Schultz et al., "Hydroxycarbamide versus chronic transfusion for maintenance of transcranial doppler flow velocities in children with sickle cell anaemia--TCD with Transfusions Changing to Hydroxyurea (TWiTCH): a multicentre, open-label, phase 3, non-inferiority trial," The Lancet, vol.
Hydroxyurea (also referred to as hydroxycarbamide) is a cytotoxic, antimetabolic, and antineoplastic agent with a remarkable breadth of therapeutic activity for a wide variety of human diseases.
A multicenter randomised controlled trial of hydroxurea (hydroxycarbamide) in very young children with sickle cell disease.
Because of the polycythemia vera and RVO, he was treated with laser, avastin injections in both vitreous bodies, oral hydroxycarbamide, enteric-coated aspirin, allopurinol, and bloodletting.
(2-4) The main causes of BCC are ultraviolet (UV) light, industrial chemical substances such as vinyl chloride, polycyclin, hydroxycarbamide, and alkalizing agents.
Hydroxycarbamide in very young children with sickle cell anaemia: A multicentre, randomised, controlled trial (BABY HUG).