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show more Marcain and Marcain with Adrenaline
bupivacaine; bupivacaine hydrochloride with adrenaline

Therapeutic Area:
Anaesthesia

Product Information for Marcain and Marcain with Adrenaline


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show more Marcain Spinal and Marcain Spinal Heavy
bupivacaine hydrochloride

Therapeutic Area:
Anaesthesia

Product Information for Marcain Spinal and Marcain Spinal Heavy


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show more Methopt
hypromellose

Therapeutic Area:
General OTC


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Main Indication:

Artificial tears for dry eyes

show more Minomycin
minocycline hydrochloride

Therapeutic Area:
Antibiotics/Anti-Infectives

Product Information for Minomycin


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Main Indication:

Minocycline may be used for the treatment of infections caused by any of the following organisms provided that they have been shown by bacteriological testing to be susceptible to minocycline: Escherichia coli, Enterobacter aerogenes, Haemophilus influenzae, Klebsiella and Proteus. It may also be used in the treatment of infections due to Streptococcus pyogenes (group A ?- haemolytic) and Streptococcus faecalis but because a large proportion of these organisms is resistant to tetracyclines, minocycline should be used only if the organisms have been shown to be definitely sensitive. Tetracyclines, including minocycline, are not the drugs of choice in the treatment of staphylococcal infections. Minocycline may be considered for the treatment of such infections only if other suitable agents are not available and the organism has been shown to be sensitive to minocycline. Minocycline may be used in the treatment of tetracycline-resistant acne.

show more Minotabs
minocycline hydrochloride

Therapeutic Area:
Antibiotics/Anti-Infectives

Product Information for Minotabs


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show more Moduretic
amiloride hydrochloride dihydrate, hydrochlorothiazide

Therapeutic Area:
Cardiovascular

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Main Indication:

MODURETIC is indicated in the treatment of patients with

  • - oedema of cardiac origin;
  • - hepatic cirrhosis with ascites;
  • - hypertension in whom potassium depletion might be anticipated.

MODURETIC, with its combination of amiloride HCl and hydrochlorothiazide, minimises the possibility of the development of excessive potassium loss in patients during vigorous diuresis for prolonged periods. MODURETIC, with its built-in potassium sparing agent, is especially indicated in those conditions where the positive effect on potassium balance is particularly important.

MODURETIC may be used alone, or as an adjunct to other antihypertensive drugs. Since it enhances the action of these agents, the dosage of these antihypertensive drugs may need to be reduced to avoid the risk of an excessive drop in blood pressure.

show more Myambutol
ethambutol hydrochloride

Therapeutic Area:
Respiratory

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Main Indication:

Oral Administration: MYAMBUTOL is indicated for the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis, as shown by a large number of studies by investigators throughout the world. It has also been used successfully in cases of primary tuberculosis and extrapulmonary forms of tuberculosis, including miliary tuberculosis, tuberculous meningitis, tuberculosis of bones and joints, genitourinary tuberculosis, tuberculosis of the skin and tuberculous eye diseases. It should not be used as the sole antituberculosis drug, but should be used in conjunction with at least one other antituberculosis drug. Selection of the companion drug should be based on clinical experience, considerations of comparative safety and appropriate in vitro susceptibility studies. In patients who have not received previous antituberculosis therapy, i.e. initial treatment, the most frequently used regimens have included three of the following drugs - MYAMBUTOL, isoniazid, rifampicin and streptomycin - for the first 2-4 months: for example, MYAMBUTOL plus isoniazid plus rifampicin or MYAMBUTOL plus isoniazid plus streptomycin then continuing with a two drug regimen such as MYAMBUTOL plus isoniazid or MYAMBUTOL plus rifampicin. In patients who have received previous antituberculosis therapy, mycobacterial resistance to other drugs used in initial therapy is frequent. Consequently, in such retreatment cases MYAMBUTOL should be combined with at least one of the second-line drugs not previously administered to the patient and to which bacterial susceptibility has been indicated by appropriate in vitro studies. Antituberculosis drugs used with MYAMBUTOL have included cycloserine, ethionamide, pyrazinamide, viomycin and other drugs. Isoniazid, aminosalicylic acid, and streptomycin have also been used in multiple drug regimens. Alternating drug regimens have also been utilised.

show more Mycostatin Cream
mycostatin

Therapeutic Area:
Antibiotics/Anti-Infectives

Product Information for Mycostatin Cream


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Main Indication:

Treatment of cutaneous mycotic infections caused by Candida sp.

show more Myleran
Busulfan

Therapeutic Area:
Immunosuppressants

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Main Indication:

Treatment of chronic granulocytic leukaemia. It has been shown to be superior to splenic irradiation when judged by survival times, control of spleen size and maintenance of haemoglobin levels. Although not curative, busulfan reduces the total granulocyte mass, relieves disease symptoms and improves the clinical state of the patient. Busulfan is not useful once blast transformation has occurred.

Busulfan produces prolonged remission in polycythaemia vera. It is especially useful in cases 32 resistant to radiophosphorus ( P) and where there is marked thrombocytosis. Busulfan is useful in selected cases of essential thrombocythaemia and myelofibrosis.