phenytoin


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phenytoin

[fə′nid·ə·wən]
(pharmacology)
C15H12N2O2 A powder with a melting point of 295-298°C; used as an anticonvulsant and antiepileptic in humans.
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4), pre-treated with 350 [micro]M phenytoin (Sigma-Aldrich, St.
Phenytoin is a widely used non-sedative antiepileptic drug included in pregnancy category 'D' of teratogenic potential according to the FDA (United States Food and Drug Administration) which justifies the use of this drug if the potential therapeutic benefits outweigh the potential risks1.
4, we can see that pgCAR is activated by Phenytoin and the dose response experiment was conducted to determine at what concentration phenytoin could significantly activate the pgCAR receptor in HepG2 cells.
The mean duration of stay for patients with diabetic foot using phenytoin topical application was 19 days, for the control group it was 25 days.
Cutaneous reactions in patients with solitary cysticercus granuloma on phenytoin sodium.
The 5-5dipenyl 2-4 imidazolidione sodium with generic name of Phenytoin was synthesized in 1908 and is in clinical use as a potent anti-epileptic drug since 19372.
Few studies have also indicated an association between HLA*1502 and phenytoin induced SJS/TEN.
2]) Chromium (Cr) 7440-47-3 175 76 Lead (Pb) 7439-92-1 774 114 Mercury (Hg) 7439-97-6 334 104 Nickel (Ni) 7440-02-0 637 228 Selenium (Se) 7782-49-2 1616 370 (b) Positive Control Phenytoin (PHT) 57-41-0 138 79
Pathologist Professor Philip Batman told the court the cause of death was phenytoin toxicity complicated by Bailey's epilepsy.
Genetic Predisposition--Not all patients taking phenytoin, cyclosporine or a calcium channel blocker develop GE.
Phenytoin is an anti-convulsant and anti-arrhythmic medication.
Fostoin is a water-soluble prodrug of phenytoin injection, a drug that has long been used both in Japan and overseas as a treatment for status epilepticus and other such conditions.