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ovex

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(organic chemistry)
ClC6H4OSO2C6H4Cl A white, crystalline solid with a melting point of 86.5°C; soluble in acetone and aromatic solvents; used as an insecticide and acaricide.
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Amilasan maintained that albendazole, which is being administered with a single dose of 400 milligrams, and mebendazole, which comes in 500 mg dispensation were both safe.
Bhanu, "Simultaneous determination of Levamisole HCL and Mebendazole in tablets by reverse phase HPLC," Indian Drugs, vol.
The percentage content of APIs of cotrimoxazole suspension (trimethoprim TMP and sulfamethoxazole SMZ), metronidazole suspension, cefuroxime suspension, mebendazole suspension, ferrous ammonium citrate solution, paracetamol suspension, and griseofulvin suspension (n = 3) was determined by ultraviolet spectrophotometry (UV-VIS spectrophotometer 3000+, Labindia Instruments Pvt Ltd., India) using the standard British Pharmacopoeia methods [20].
A review of pharmacokinetic drugdrug interactions with the anthelmintic medications albendazole and mebendazole. Clin Pharmacokinet 2015; 54:371-383.
Included in the 'repurposed' drugs are: metformin, which is normally given to diabetics to limit glucose overload; statins, normally given to heart patients to cut cholesterol; doxycycline, which in an antibiotic; and mebendazole, an antiparasitic drug.
The patient underwent multiple blood transfusions before referral to the Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH), Karachi and was managed conservatively with mebendazole at our hospital after exclusion of other possible causes of gastrointestinal bleeding.
The next frequently administered group was antimicrobials agents (AMA) accounting for n = 29, 8.10%, wherein the most commonly prescribed drugs were oral metronidazole and mebendazole (27.59% each) followed by parenteral cefixime (24.14%), and the most least prescribed AMA was oral doxycycline (3.45%) which was mentioned in the FDA drug risk category as a category D drug (Figure 7).
On the other hand, chemotherapy consists in the administration of mebendazole (MBZ) or albendazole (ABZ) and it can be combined as an adjuvant to surgery or PAIR [8, 17].