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    Affecting Nutrition and Metabolism (147)
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    Aerrane
    Teva
    RX
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    Aerrane

    General Anesthetic. Isoflurane 100%.
    LIQ FOR INH: 6 X 100 ml. Inspired
    conc. 1.5-3.0% produce surg. anesth. in
    7-10 mins. See lit.
    Induct. and maint. gen. Anesthes.
    C/I: Hypersens. to Isoflurane or other
    halogenated anaesthetics,
    pts with known or susp. genetic
    susceptib. to malignant hyperthermia.

    Bridion
    MSD
    RX
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    Bridion

    Sugammadex 100 mg/ml.
    VIALS: 10 x 2 ml, 5 ml. Dose depends on
    level of neuromusc. block induced by
    rocuronium/vecuronium.

    Diprofol 1%
    Taro
    RX
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    Diprofol 1%

    General Anesthetic. Propofol 10 mg/ml.
    VIALS: 50 ml, 100 ml x 10 mg/ml. See lit.
    Induc. and mainten. of gener.
    anaesthesia In adults and child. > 1 m.
    Sedat. Of ventilated pts.> 16 yrs. Of age
    In the intens. care unit. Sedat. for
    diagnos. and surg. proced., alone or in
    comb. With local or regional anaesthesia
    in Adults & children > 1 mnth.
    C/I: Hypersens. to the active substance
    or to any of the excipients. Pts. WITH
    hypersens. to peanut or soya. Pts. of 16
    yrs. of age or younger for sedation in
    intens. care.

    Diprofol 2%
    Taro
    RX
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    Diprofol 2%

    General Anesthetic. Propofol 20 mg/ml.
    VIALS (emuls. for I.V. inject.): 50 ml, 100
    ml. See lit.
    Induct. and mainten. of general
    anesthesia in adult. &child. > 3 yrs.
    Sedat. of ventilated pts. >16 years of age
    in the intens. care unit. Sedat. for diagn.
    and surg. procedures, alone or in comb.
    with local or regional anaesthesia in
    adult/child. > 3 years.
    C/I: Hypersens., to the active substance
    or To any of the excipients. Pts. with
    hypersens. to peanut or soya. Pts. of 16
    yrs. of age or younger for sedation in
    intens. care.

    Esmeron
    MSD
    RX
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    Esmeron

    Non-Depolarising Muscle Relaxant. Rocuronium Bromide 10 mg/ml.
    VIALS: (I.V. Soln): 12 x 50 mg (5 ml). See
    lit.
    Neuromusc. agent for rapid intubat.

    Esracain 1%, 2%
    Rafa
    RX
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    Esracain 1%, 2%

    Class I-B Antiarrhythmic, Local Anesthetic. Lidocaine HCl 10 mg/ml, 20 mg/ml.
    AMPS: 50 x 10 ml. x 1%, 2%. See lit.
    Card. arrythm. Local or regional anesth.

    Antidotes (9)
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    Atropine Sulphate S.A.L.F 1mg/ml
    Raz Pharmaceutics
    RX
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    Atropine Sulphate S.A.L.F 1mg/ml

    Anticholinergic agent. Atropine Sulphate 1 mg/ml.
    AMP. (sol. for IM, IV inj.): 5×1ml. Pre-anesthet. med.: Adults: 0.3-0.6 mg by IV inj. immed. before the anesthes. induct. or by IM inj. 30-60 min. before the induc.
    Child.: 0.02 mg/kg (max. dose 0.6 mg).
    Tmt. of sinus bradycard.: 0.3 and 1.0 mg IV.
    Antidote in poison. by organophosphorus:
    Adult.: 2 mg (IM or IV, taking into account the sever. of the poison.) every 5-10 min., until the skin becomes red and dry, the pupils dilate and tachycard. appears.
    Child.: The 0.02 mg/kg.
    Preanesthetic medication to decrease excessive salivation and secretions of the respiratory tract. Treatment of sinus bradycardia, particularly if complicated by hypotension.
    Antidote in poisoning by organophosphorus.
    C/I: Hypersens. Clos. ang. glauc., esophag. reflux, pyloric stenosis, GI obstruct., ulcerat. colit., prostat. hypertrophy, paralytic ileus, intest. atony.

    Calciumfolinat “Ebewe” 10 mg/ml
    Novartis
    RX
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    Calciumfolinat “Ebewe” 10 mg/ml

    Alkylating Agent. Calcium Folinate 10 mg/ml.
    VIALS (sol. for inj.): 1 x 100 mg/10 ml, 200 mg/20 ml, 500 mg/50 ml, 1000 mg/100 ml.
    I.V./I.M. only. If use I.V: No more than
    160 mg/min, diluted with 0.9% sod.
    chlor. sol. or 5% glucose sol. See lit.
    To diminish the toxic. and counteract the
    action of folic acid antagonists in
    cytotoxic ther. As Leucovorin-Fluorouracil
    chemotherapy comb. for cancer tmt.
    C/I: Hypersens., pernicious anem., other
    anem. due to B12 defic.

    Desferal® 0.5 g
    Novartis
    RX
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    Desferal® 0.5 g

    Chelating Agent. Deferoxamine Mesylate 0.5 g.
    VIALS: 10 x 500 mg. I.M. inject., I.V./S.C.
    infus: 20-60 mg dly. See lit.
    Chronic iron overload; acute iron
    poisoning; diagn. test for iron overload,
    chron. alumin. overload in renal fail. in
    maint. dialysis, aluminum-related bone
    dis., dialysis enceph., anem. Diagnosis iron
    overload.
    C/I: Hypersens., pregn., lact.

    Epipen
    Trupharm
    RX
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    Epipen

    Sympathomimetic. Epinephrine 0.3 mg /0.3 ml.
    AUTO-INJECTOR: (for intramusc. use for
    immediate self-admin.) Single units.
    Delivers a single dose of 0.3 mg for
    adults and child over 30 kg.
    Severe allerg. react. (anaphylaxis) to
    hymenoptera stings, foods and other
    allergens and in life threatening
    situations
    caused by asth. attack.
    C/I: See lit. (In life-threat. sit. no
    absolute C.I.).

    Epipen Junior
    Trupharm
    RX
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    Epipen Junior

    Sympathomimetic. Epinephrine 0.15 mg / 0.3 ml.
    AUTO-INJECTOR: (for intramusc. use for
    self-admin.) Single unit. Delivers a
    single dose of 0.15 mg as support. ther.
    Child (over 15 kg): 0.01 mg/kg bdy. wt.
    Severe allerg. react. (anaphylaxis) to
    hymenoptera stings, foods and other
    allergens and in life threat. situations
    caused by asth. attack.
    C/I: See lit. (In life-threat. sit. no absolute
    C.I.).

    Exjade
    Novartis
    RX
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    Exjade

    Iron Chelating Agent. Deferasirox 125, 250, 500 mg.
    DISPERS. TABS: 28. See lit.
    Tmt. of chronic iron overload due to blood
    transfuse. in adult & pediat. pts. (2 yrs and
    over). Tmt. of chronic iron overload in pts.
    with non-transfus.-depend. thalassemia
    syndr. aged 10 yrs and older. Chelation ther.
    should only be init. when there is evidence of iron overload (liver iron concentration [LIC] 5 mg Fe/g [dw] or serum ferritin consist. >800 g/l). LIC is the pref. method of iron overload determin. and should be used wherever available.
    C/I: Hypersens. to the product. High risk
    myelodysplastic syndrome pts. and pts.
    with other hematology. and nonhematolog.
    malign. who are not
    expected to benefit from chelation ther.
    due to the rapid progress. of their
    disease. CLcr < 60 mL/min or serum cr >2
    times the age-appropr. ULN. PLT counts
    <50 x 109/L.

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    13C – Urea
    Exalenz
    RX
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    13C – Urea

    Urea with enriched ¹³C , 75 mg.
    TAB: 1. 1 tab dissolved accord. instructs.
    Qualitat. detect urease assoc. with H.
    pylori in human stomach, aid in initial
    diagn., post tmt. monitor H. pylori infect.
    in adults.

    Definity
    Medison
    RX
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    Definity

    Perfluoropropane 1.1 mg/ml.
    VIALS: 2 ml. I.V. bolus/infus. See lit.
    Echocard. of card. structures (ventric.
    chambers, endocard. borders) function
    (regional wall motion) in adult pts. with
    suboptimal echocardiograms. Abdom.
    ultrasound: Liver and kidneys in adult pts.
    to improve evaluation of pathology.
    C/I: Hypersens., pts. with card. shunts.

    Dotarem
    Promedico
    RX
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    Dotarem

    Gradoteric Acid 27.932 g / 100 ml.
    VIALS: 10 ml, 15 ml, 20 ml.
    PREFILLED SYRINGES: 15 ml, 20 ml. 0.1
    mmol/kg i.e. 0.2 ml/kg for adults and
    child by I.V. inject. only.
    Enhancement of contrast in magnet.
    resonance imaging in enceph. and spinal
    path., abdom. path., ostes-artic. path. To
    be admin. I.V. only.

    E-Z-Cat
    Promedico
    RX
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    E-Z-Cat

    Barium Sulphate 4.9% w/v.
    SUSP: 225 ml. 350-450 ml diluted susp. 30
    mins. prior to scan and same vol. 5 mins.
    prior to scan. Child: Depend. on age and
    wt.
    Opacificat. gastro-intest. tract prior to CAT.
    C/I: Known gastro-intest. perforat.,
    hypersens. to barium sulph.

    E-Z-Gas II
    Promedico
    OTC
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    E-Z-Gas II

    Sodium Bicarbonate 55.14% w/w, Citric Acid (anhydrous) 38.21% w/w, Simethicone 1% w/w.
    EFFERVES. GRANULES (SACHETS): 50 x 4
    g. 4 g sachet on back of tongue and
    washed down with 15 ml water. Child:
    Depend. on age and wt.
    For the relief of heartburn, sour stomach,
    acid indigestion and upset stomach and
    gas associated with these symptoms.
    C/I: Pts. on sod. restrict. diet under vis.
    of physician.

    E-Z-HD
    Promedico
    RX
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    E-Z-HD

    Barium Sulphate 98% w/w.
    PWDR: 340 g. See lit.
    For contrast radiography of oesphagus,
    stomach, duod. X-ray institutes only.

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    Aktiferrin 35
    Gilco Pharm
    OTC
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    Aktiferrin 35

    Ferrous Gluconate 35 mg / 5 ml.
    SYR: 120 ml. Child: 4-6 mths: 2.5 ml dly;
    6-12 mths: 5 ml dly. Over 1 yr: As reqd.
    See lit.
    Nutritional supplement.

    Aktiferrin D-50
    Gilco Pharm
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    Aktiferrin D-50

    Ferrous Gluconate 50 mg / 5 ml.
    SYR: 300 ml. 0.5 mg/kg/day.
    Nutritional supplement.

    Aktiferrin-F
    Gilco Pharm
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    Aktiferrin-F

    Ferrous Sulphate 113.85 mg, Folic Acid 0.5 mg, Serine 129 mg.
    CAPS: 30. 1-2 caps dly. bef. food.
    Nutritional supplement.

    Alsepa
    Altman
    OTC
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    Alsepa

    Omega-3 300 mg (DHA 120 mg, EPA 180 mg).
    CAPS: 210. 1 cap dly, dur.
    meal.
    Nutritional supplement.
    C/I: Hypersens.

    Alsepa 9 Months
    Altman
    OTC
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    Multiple ingredients
    Alsepa 9 Months

    Omega-3 704 mg (DHA 300 mg, EPA 100 mg), Folic Acid 400 mcg.
    CAPS: 60. 1 cap dly, during meal.
    Nutritional supplement.
    C/I: Hypersens.

    Alsepa Super
    Altman
    OTC
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    Alsepa Super

    Omega-3 600 mg.
    CAPS: 120. 1-3 caps dly, dur. meal.
    Nutritional supplement.
    C/I: Hypersens.

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    Aldurazyme
    Sanofi
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    Aldurazyme

    Enzyme Replacement Therapy. Laronidase 500 U / 5 ml.
    VIAL: 1. See lit.
    Long-term enzyme replace. ther. in
    confirm. mucopolysaccharidos. I
    (MPS I, alfa-I-iduronidase defic.) for nonneurolog. manifests. of the dis.

    Cerezyme 400
    Sanofi
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    Cerezyme 400

    Enzyme Replacement Therapy. Imiglucerase 400 U/Vial.
    VIAL (lyophilized pwdr. for infus.): 1.
    See lit.
    Long term enzyme replace. ther. in
    confirmed diagn. type 1 Gaucher dis.

    Elaprase
    Shire
    RX
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    Elaprase

    Idursulfase 2 mg/ml.
    VIAL (sol. for infus.): 1 x 3 ml. See lit.
    Long-term tmt. Hunter Syndr. (MPS II).
    C/I: Hypersens.

    Elelyso
    Pfizer
    RX
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    Elelyso

    Enzymes. Taliglucerase Alfa 200 U/vial.
    VIAL: 1× 200 U. The recomm. dosage for
    tmt.-naïve adult &ped. pts. above 2 yrs.
    of age and older is 60U/ kg of bdy. wt.
    admin. every other wk. as a 60 to 120
    min. IV. See lit.
    Indic. for long-term enzyme replac. ther.
    (ERT) for adult. & ped. pts. above 2 yrs.
    with a confirm. diagnos. of Type 1
    Gaucher dis.
    C/I: None

    Fabrazyme
    Sanofi
    RX
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    Fabrazyme

    Enzyme Replacement Therapy. Agalsidase Beta 5 mg/ml, 35 mg/7ml.
    PWDR. FOR INFUS: 1 x 5 mg/ml,
    35 mg/ml. See lit.
    Long-term enzyme replace. ther. in
    confirmed diagnos. Fabry dis. (alfagalactosidase A defic.).

    Myozyme
    Sanofi
    RX
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    Myozyme

    Enzyme Replacement Therapy. Alglucoside Alfa 50 mg.
    VIAL (pwdr. for conc. infus. sol.): 1.
    20 mg/kg bdy wt I.V. infus. every 2 wks.
    Initial rate: 1 mg/ kg/hr. Grad. incr. by 2
    mg/kg/ hr. every 30 mins. if no signs
    IARs, incr. until max. rate: 7 mg /kg/hr.
    Tmt. by physician experienced in manage.
    Pompe dis. or other inherited
    metabol./neuromusc. dis.
    Long-term enzyme replace. ther. (ERT) in
    comfirmed Pompe dis.(acid alphaglucosidase
    defic.).
    The benefits in pts with late-onset Pompe
    dis. have not been establ.
    C/I: Life-threat. hypersens., when rechall.
    was unsuccessful.

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    Kelo-Cote Gel
    Rafa
    OTC
    not in the basket chart
    Multiple ingredients
    Kelo-Cote Gel

    Medical Device. Polysiloxanes , Silicone Dioxide .
    GEL: 15 g. Apply thin coat 2 x
    dly and allow to dry for 2-3 mins.
    Prevent. scars, aid. in skin heal. foll. surg./
    injury, maint. skin moist., elasticity.

    Kelo-Cote Spray
    Rafa
    OTC
    not in the basket chart
    Multiple ingredients
    Kelo-Cote Spray

    Medical Device. Polysiloxanes , Silicone Dioxide .
    SPRAY: 100 ml. Apply thin coat 2 x
    dly and allow to dry for 2-3 mins.
    Prevent. scars, aid. in skin heal. foll. surg./
    injury, maint. skin moist., elasticity.

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    Abelcet
    Abic
    RX
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    Abelcet

    Antibiotics. Amphotericin B 5mg/ml.
    VIAL (Concent. for susp.for infus.):
    10×20ml. IV infus. at 5 mg/kg at a rate of
    2.5 mg/kg/hr. See lit.
    Tmt. of sev. invas. candidiasis. As 2nd line
    therapy for the tmt. of sev. syst. fungal
    infec. in pts. who have not responded to
    conventional amphotericin B or other
    syst. antifung. agents, in those who have
    renal impair. or other contra-indic. to
    conventional amphotericin B, or in pts.
    who have developed amphotericin B
    nephrotox.
    As 2nd line tmt. for invas. aspergillosis,
    cryptococcal meningitis and
    disseminated cryptococcosis in HIV pts.,
    fusariosis, coccidiomycosis, zygomycosis
    and blastomycosis.
    C/I: Hypersens.

    Abiplatin 1 mg/ml
    Salomon, Levin & Elstein Ltd
    RX
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    Abiplatin 1 mg/ml

    Alkylating Agent (platinum analog). Cisplatin 1 mg/ml.
    VIALS: 1 x 100 ml, 50 ml. See lit.
    Palliative in add. to other modalities
    in
    tmt. metastat. testic. and ovar. cancer,
    advanced bladder cancer.

    Abiraterone Teva 250 mg
    Teva
    RX
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    Abiraterone Teva 250 mg

    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.

    Abitrexate
    Salomon, Levin & Elstein Ltd
    RX
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    Abitrexate

    Folic Acid Analog. Methotrexate 25 mg/ml.
    VIAL (sol. for inj.): 25 mg/ ml X 2 ml, 4 ml,
    8 ml, 20 ml, 40 ml. Dose must be ajust.
    individ. for each pt. accord. to med.
    cond. See lit.
    Antineopl. Chemother.
    Tmt. of gestational choriocarcinoma,
    chorioadenoma destruens and
    hydatidiform mole. Palliation of ALL. Tmt.
    and proph. of menin. leukemia.
    Greatest effect has been observed in
    palliation of acute lymphoblast.(stemcell)
    leukemias in child. In comb. with
    other anticancer agents, may be used for
    the induc. of remis.,but is most common.
    used in the mainten. of induced remis.
    May be used alone, or in comb. with other
    antineoplastic drugs, in the manag. of
    breast canc., epidermoid cancers of the
    head and neck, lung cancer (partic.
    squamous cell ,small cell types), bladder
    cancer and osteogenic cancer. Tmt. of the
    advan.stages (III and IV, Peter’s Staging
    system) of lymphosarcoma, partic. in
    child., and in advanced cases of mycosis
    fungoides.
    Psoriasis. Indic. only in the sympt. control
    of sev. recalcitrant, disabling psoriasis
    which is not adeq. responsive to other
    forms of therapy, and only when the diag.
    has been established, as by biopsy and/or
    after dermat. consult. RA:Tmt. of selec.
    adul.with sev. RA, only when the diag. has
    been well established accord. to rheumat.
    standards, with inadeq. response to other
    forms of antirheum. ther., includ. full dose
    NSAIDs and usually a trial of at least one
    or more dis.-modif. antirheum. drugs.
    C/I: Pregnancy, lact., pts. in poor state of
    nutrition, sev. ren. impair. (crCL <20 ml/
    min), sev. liver impair., bone marrow
    hypoplasia, leucopenia,
    thrombocytopenia, anemia, alcohol
    abuse, hypersens. and lung toxic.due to
    methotrexate, serious, acute or chronic
    infect. such as tuberculosis and HIV,
    ulcers of the oral cavity and known
    active GI ulcer dis. Concur. vaccin. with
    live vaccines.

    Adcetris 50 mg
    Takeda
    RX
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    Adcetris 50 mg

    Monoclonal Antibody. Brentuximab Vedotin 50 mg.
    VIAL (Pwdr. for conc. for solution for IV infus.): 1 x 50 mg. The recom. dose is 1.8 mg/kg administ. as an IV infus. over 30 min. every 3 wks. If the pt. weight >100 kg, the dose calcul. should use 100 kg. Tmt. should be cont. until dis. progress. or unaccep.tox. Pts. who achieve stab. dis. or better should receive a minim. of 8 cycles and up to a max. of 16 cycles (approx. 1 year). Pts. with CTCL should receive up to 16 cyclesDose should be individ. ajust in pts. with new or worsen. periph. sens./motor neuropath., neutpropen. The recomm. start.  dose in pts with sev. renal impair or hep.  impair. is 1.2 mg/ kg admin. as IV infus. over 30 min. every 3 wks. See lit.
    Tmt. of adult pts. with relapsed or refractory CD30+ Hodgkin lymphoma (HL). Follow. autologous stem cell transplant (ASCT) or follow. at least two prior therapies when ASCT or multi-agent chemother. is not a tmt. option. Tmt. of adult pts. with CD30+ HL at incr. risk of relapse or progress. follow. ASCT. Tmt. of adult pts. with relapsed or refract. system. anaplastic large cell lymphoma (sALCL). Tmt. of adult pts. with CD30+ cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL) after at least 1 prior syst.  ther.
    C/I: Hypersens., comb. use with Bleomycin.

    Afinitor
    Novartis
    RX
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    Afinitor

    Protein Kinase Inhibitor. Everolimus 2.5, 5, 10 mg.
    TABS: 30 x 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg. Tmt. to
    be initiated by physician experienced
    in the use of anticancer ther. Orally
    once dly., at the same time ev. d. See
    lit.
    Tmt. pts. with advanced ren. cell
    carcinoma aft. fail. of tmt. with sunitinib or
    sorafenib. Tmt. pts. with SEGA assoc. with
    tuberous sclerosis complex who req. ther.
    intervent.
    but not candidates for curative surg.
    resect. Effect. based on analys. of change
    in SEGA vol. Clin. benefit in improvement
    dis.-relat,. sympts/increase in overall
    survival has not been demonstrat. Tmt.
    progress. neuroendocrine tumors
    pancreat. origin in pts. with unresect.,
    locally advanced/metastat. dis. Safety/
    effectivenss in tmt. carcinoid tumors have
    not been established. Tmt. of horm.
    receptor-pos., HER2/neu neg. advanc.
    breast canc. in combi. with exemestane in
    postmen. women w/o symp. visceral dis.
    after recur. or progress. following nonsteroid.
    aromat. inh.. Tmt. of adult pts.
    with renal angiomyolipoma and tuberous
    sclerosis comp., nor req. immediate surg.
    Effectiv. of the drug in tmt. of renal
    angiomyolipoma based on an analysis of
    durable obj. respons. in pts. treat. for a
    median of 8.3 mnths. Further follow-up of
    pts. is req. to determine long-term
    outcomes.
    Tmt. of unresect., local. advanc. /metastat.,
    well-different. (Grade 1/ Grade 2) nonfunct.
    neuroendocrine tumour. of GI or
    lung origin in adults with progress. dis.
    C/I: Hypersens. to active substances,
    other rapamycin derivs., excips.

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    Adolan
    Teva
    RX
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    Adolan

    Opioid. Methadone HCl 40 mg/100 ml.
    LIQ: 100 ml. Dose must be adjust. individ. for each pt.
    Gastro-intest. spasms, renal, biliary colic,
    neuralg., gyne. pains, withdrawal tmt. of
    morph. and pethidine addict., relief
    severe pain.
    C/I: Hypersens. Respir. depres. obstruct.
    airw. dis.(espec.in the presence of
    cyanos., exces. bronch. secret.), dur.
    acute asth. Attack Pts. depend.on nonopioid
    drugs.
    Concur. administ. with MAOIs (include.
    moclobemide) or within 2 wks. of
    discontin. of them. Head inj., raised
    intracran. Pres Pts. with risk of paralyt.
    ileus. Pts. with ulcer. colitis. Pts. with
    sev. hep.impair. Acute alcoholism Use dur. labor. pts. with bil. ,renal tract
    spasm. Use in Child.

    Champix
    Pfizer
    RX
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    Champix

    Nicotine Receptor Partial Agonist. Varenicline (as tartrate) 0.5 mg, 1 mg.
    Health basket inclusion: Champix will be given to the treatment of smoking cessation parallel to supportive means.
    TABS: 55 x 0.5 mg, 56 x 1 mg; starter pack: 11 x 0.5 mg + 14, 28 x 1 mg.
    Days 1 – 3: 0.5 mg ×1/d.
    Days 4– 7: 0.5 mg ×2/d.
    Day 8 – end of tmt.: 1 mg ×2/d.
    Pts. should be treated with Varenicline for 12 wks. For pts. who have successf. stopped smok. at the end of 12 wks., an addit. course of 12 wks. tmt. with Varenicline is recomm. to further incr. the likelihood of long-term abstinence.
    Pts. with ren. impair. No dosage adjust. is necessary for pts. with mild- moder. renal impair. For pts. with sev. renal impair. (estimated CrCl <30 mL/min), the recomm. start. dose of Varenicline is 0.5 mg ×1/d. The dose may then be titrated as needed to a max. dose of 0.5 mg×2/d. For  pts. with end-stage renal dis. underg. hemodialysis, a max. dose of 0.5 mg mg×/d may be admin. if toler.
    Aid to smoking cessat. for adults over 18
    yrs.
    C/I: Not to pts. under 18 yrs., hypersens.

    Nicotinell Gum
    GSK
    OTC
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    Nicotinell Gum

    Alkaloid. Nicotine 2 mg, 4 mg.
    GUM (Fruit and mint): 48, 204 x 2 mg; 48
    x 4 mg. 1 piece of gum on urge to
    smoke. Usually 8-12 pieces req. dly.
    Max: 25 pieces of 2 mg dly; 15 pieces of
    4 mg dly.
    Aid to smoking cessation.

    Nicotinell Lozenges
    GSK
    OTC
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    Nicotinell Lozenges

    Alkaloid. Nicotine 1 mg, 2 mg.
    Lozenges: 36 x 1 mg, 2 mg. 1-2 loz. every
    1-2 hrs. Recommend: 8-12 loz dly. Max.
    30 x 1 mg/15 x 2 mg dly.
    For adults > 18 yrs. Aid to smoking
    cessation. Also as part of program to
    reduce smoking prior to stopping
    completely. 1 mg: for smokers of < 20
    cigarettes dly; 2 mg: for smokers of > 20
    cigarettes dly.
    C/I: Hypersens., non-smokers, <18 yrs,
    phenylketonuria.

    Selincro 18 mg
    Lundbeck
    RX
    not in the basket chart
    Selincro 18 mg

    Drugs used in Alcohol Dependence. Nalmefene 18.06 mg (as hydrochloride dihydrate).
    F.C. TABS: 14. Administ. should be adjust.
    individ, for each pt. accord. to its clin.
    status, alcohol depend., level of alcohol
    consump. Therap. must cont. under
    const. superv. of specialist.
    Max. Dose is 18.06 mg ×1/d, before or
    after meal.
    Reduc. of alcohol consump. in adult pts.
    with alcohol depend. who have a high DRL,
    without phys. withdrawal sympt. and who
    do not require immed. detoxif.
    Should only be used in conjunct.with
    contin. psychosoc. support focused on tmt.
    adherence and reduc. alcohol consump.
    Should be init. only in pts. who cont. to have a high DRL two weeks after init.
    assessment.
    C/I: Hypersens. Pts. taking opioid agon. (e.g. opioid analg., opioids for substit. ther. with
    opioid agon. (e.g. methadone) or part.
    agon. (e.g. buprenorphine). Pts. with curr., recent opioid addic. Pts. with acute sympt. of opioid withdrawal. Pts. suspect. in recent use of opioids. Sev. hep.impair. Sev. ren. impair. (eGFR<30 ml/min per 1.73 m²).
    Recent hist. of acute alcohol withdrawal
    synd. (include. hallucin. seiz., delir.
    tremens).

    Suboxone
    NSE
    RX
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    Multiple ingredients
    Suboxone

    Opiod Dependency. Buprenorphine 8.64 mg, Naloxone HCl 2.44 mg.
    S.L. TAB. 7, 28.
    The recommend. start. dose in adult.,
    adolesc. over 15 yrs.: 1-2 tabs. of 2
    mg/0.5 mg. An addit. 1-2 tabs. 2 mg/0.5
    mg may be administ. on day one
    depend. on the individ. pts. requirem.
    Dose titrat. in steps of 2-8 mg is guided
    by reassess. of the clinic. & psycholog.
    status of the pt., and should not exceed
    a max. single dly. dose of 24 mg.
    Substit. tmt. for opioid drug dependence,
    within a framework of med., social and
    psycholog. tmt. in adult., adolesc. over 15
    yrs. who have agreed to be treated for
    addiction.
    C/I: Hypersens., severe resp. insuffic.,
    severe hepat. impair, acute alcoholism or
    delirium tremens.

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