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  • Diabetes Insipidus
    2 Drugs classified under this therapeutic system

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    Desmopressin Teva
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    Desmopressin Teva

    Vasopressin Analog. Desmopressin Acetate 0.1 mg, 0.2 mg.
    TABS: 30. Central diabetes. insipid:
    Initial: Child and adult: 0.1 mg 3 x dly.
    Adjust accord. to pt. response. Average
    dly dose: 0.2 and 1.2 mg. For most pts,
    opt. dose: 0.1-0.2 mg 3 x dly. Nocturn.
    enures: Initial: 0.2 mg at bedt., may
    incr. to 0.4 mg. Nocturia: 0.1 mg at
    bedt. If no effect aft. 1 wk., incr. to 0.2
    mg and then to 0.4 mg by wkly
    increases. If adeq. medical effect not
    achieved within 4 wks, discont.
    Central diabetes insip., nocturn. enures.
    (in pts from 5 yrs of age with normal abil.
    to concentrate urine), symptomat. tmt
    noct. in adults assoc. with noct. polyuria.
    tmt. must be started bef. age of 65.
    C/I: Habit. or psychogen. polydips., SIADH
    syndr., known hyponatrem., known or
    suspect. card. insuffic./other conds. req.
    tmt. with diuretics, mod/severe ren.
    insuffic. (creatinine clear. <50 ml/min),

    Ferring Pharmaceuticals
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    Vasopressin Analog. Desmopressin Acetate 0.1 mg, 0.2 mg.
    SOLN: (Dropper bottle with plastic
    catheter): 2.5 x 0.1 mg/ml. Cranial
    diabet. insip: Individual. Normal:
    Adults: 10-20 μg 1-2 x dly; child: 5-10
    μg 1-2 x dly. Internasal instill. See lit.
    NASAL SPRAY: 5 ml x 0.1 mg/ml. As for
    solution, above.
    Noct. eneur., cranial diabetes insip.,
    posthypophysect. polyuria/polydyp.
    Cranial diabetes insip., noct. enur., tmt.
    nocturia in adults assoc. with noct.

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