Cannabinoids, Specific Immunoglobulin. Palvizumab 50 mg, 100 mg. VIAL(PWDR) + DILUENT: 1 X 50 mg+ 4 ml
diluent, 100 mg + 10 ml diluent.
15 mg/kg by I.M. inject. 1 x mthly
during course of RSV season. See lit.
Preven. of serious lower resp. tract dis.
requir. hospitalis. caused by RSV in child.
at high risk for RSV dis.:
Child. born at 35 wks. of gestation or less
and less than 6 mths. of age at the onset
of the RSV season. Child. less than 2 yrs. of age and requir.
tmt. for bronchopulm. dysplasia within
the last 6 mths.
Children less than 2 yrs. of age and with
haemodyn. signif.congen. heart dis.
C/I: Hypersens. to palvizumab or any
compon. of formula, or other humanized
Atypical Antipsychotic. Aripiprazole (as monohydrate) 300 mg, 400 mg. PRE-FILLED SYR. (pwdr.+ solvent for prolong. -release susp.): 1,3. Recom. init. & mainten. dose: 400 mg. once mnthly. as a single inj. (no sooner than 26 d after the previous inj.). After the 1st inj., tmt. with 10 mg-20 mg oral aripiprazole should be cont. for 14 consec. days to maintain therapeutic aripiprazole concent. during init. of ther. See lit.
Maintenan. tmt. of schizophrenia in adult pts. stabilised with oral aripiprazole.
Anti-Androgen. Abiraterone Acetate 250 mg. TABS.: 120.
Intended for male pts. only. 1,000 mg (4×250mg tabs.) once dly. in comb. with prednisone.
Indicated in comb. with prednisone for the tmt. of pts. with metastat. castration-resist. prostate cancer.
C/I: Hypersensitivity to active substance or any of its excipients. Use in female patients. Severe hepatic impairment.
NSAID. Diclofenac Sodium 50 mg, 100 mg. SUPPS: 10. 2 supps. at night.
Rheumat. arthr., osteoarthr., low back pain,
other acute musculosk. disord. such as
periarthr., tendin., tenosynov., bursitis,
sprains, strains, dislocation, ankyl.
spondylitis, acute gout. Control of pain/
inflamm. in orthopedic, dental, and other
S.R. TABS: 20. 1 tab. dly.
Rheum. arthrit., other rheum. conds.
C/I: Hypersens. to the product. Active
gastr./ intest. ulcer, bleeding or perfor.
Active/ history of recur. peptic ulcer/
haemorrhage (>=2 distinct epis. of
proven ulcer./ bleeding). History of GI
bleeding/perfor., relating to prev. NSAID
tmt. Last trimester of pregn. Sev. hepatic
and renal failure. Establ. CHF (NYHA class
II-IV), isch. heart dis., periph. arter. dis.,
cerebrovasc. dis. Pts. in whom aspirin or
other NSAIDs have induc. sympt. of
asthma, acute rhinitis precipit. by
ibuprofen, urticaria, nasal polyps,
angioedema, bronchospasm, other
sympt. of allergic react. (anaphyl. react.
have occur. in such pts). Pts with sev.
heart failure. Tmt of peri-operative pain
in CABG surg.
NSAID. Diclofenac Sodium 75 mg / 3 ml. AMPS: 5, 10 x 3 ml.
Gener. 1 amp. 75 mg dly., given by
deep intraglut. inj. into the upper outer
quadrant. Severe cases (e.g. colic), dly.
dose may be incr. to two inj. of 75 mg,
separated by few hrs. (one into each
buttock). Alternat. 1. of 75 mg can be
combined with other forms of Abitren
(e.g. tab., supp.) up to a total max. dly.
dose of 150 mg. Migraine attacks: 75
mg administ. as soon as poss., follow.
by supp. up to 100 mg on the same day
if required. Total dose shouldn’t
exc.175 mg on the 1st day. Dose should
be individ. adjust., lowest effect. dose
given for the short. durat. Shouldn’t be given more than 2 days; if necessary,
tmt. can be contin. with tab., supp.
Exacerbat. of inflammat. degenerat. forms
of rheumatism: rheum. arthrit., ankylosing
spondylitis, osteoarthrit., spondylarthritis,
non-articular rheumatism. Tmt. of painful
condit. due to inflamm. of non rheumat.
origin. ,renal colic, biliary colic., posttrauma
& post-op. pain, inflamm., swell.
C/I: hypersens. to the active subst. or
sod. metabisulfite, active GI ulcer, bleed.,
perfor., history of GI bleed. or perfor.
relating to previous NSAID use, active or
history of recur. pept. ulcer/haemorr.
(two or more distinct episodes of proven
ulc. or bleed.), last trim. of preg., severe
hep. and renal fail., establish. CHF (NYHA
class II-IV), IHD, periph. arterial dis.,
cerebrovasc. dis. Pts. whom experienced
attacks of asthma, angioedema,
urticaria, or acute rhinitis due to
ibuprofen, aspirin or other NSAIDs.