Drugs, Devices & Supplements Cleveland Clinic

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Chemotherapy Drugs: Types, How They Work & Side Effects

(3 days ago) WebChemotherapy drugs are medicine you receive to kill cancer cells. There are different types of chemo drugs that work in different ways. However, all chemotherapy drugs kill fast …

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Disease-Modifying Antirheumatic Drugs (DMARDS)

(6 days ago) WebDisease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs) are a group of medications that decrease inflammation and pain. They are often called immunosuppressants or …

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Antiplatelet Drugs: Types, Uses & Side Effects

(8 days ago) WebThe drugs prevent all clots, including ones your body may need. For example, if you have internal bleeding or a wound on your skin, it may bleed so much that it becomes …

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Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs: Benefits & Side Effects

(5 days ago) WebThese kinds of drugs, used to lower triglycerides, are commonly called fish oils. Some products are available as over-the-counter items, while others are prescription-only (ethyl …

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Substance Use Disorder (SUD): Symptoms & Treatment

(4 days ago) WebSubstances are drugs that have addiction potential. They can be prescription drugs or non-medical drugs and include: Alcohol. Caffeine. Cannabis (marijuana). Hallucinogens, …

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Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs)

(8 days ago) WebThese drugs may need to be taken from one to four times a day. Don’t increase the dose without asking your doctor first. You may be prescribed higher doses of NSAIDs if you …

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Gabapentin: Uses, Side Effects, Dosages, Interactions & More

(Just Now) WebGabapentin is a prescription medication known as a gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) analogue. GABA reduces the excitability of nerve cells (neurons) in the brain, which play …

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Amphetamine: Meaning, Uses, Side Effects & Types

(2 days ago) WebYes, amphetamines can cause withdrawal symptoms, even if you only take them as prescribed by your healthcare provider. You might experience a “crash” as the …

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Hyperinsulinemia: What It Is, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

(9 days ago) WebInsulin is a hormone your pancreas makes and releases that’s essential for life and for regulating blood glucose (sugar) levels, specifically by lowering glucose levels. In most …

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Antiarrhythmic Drugs: Types, Uses and Side Effects

(4 days ago) WebThis can slow down electrical impulses in all of the heart’s cells. Examples include amiodarone, bretylium, dofetilide, dronedarone, ibutilide and sotalol. Class IV, …

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Antibiotics: Side Effects, What Is It & Usage

(1 days ago) WebAntibiotics can interact with other drugs you take, making those drugs or the antibiotics less effective. Some drug combinations can worsen the side effects of the antibiotic or other …

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Antiparasitic Drugs: Malaria, Toxoplasmosis, Parasitic Infection

(9 days ago) WebThe main types of antiparasitic drugs are: Antiprotozoal agents, which treat protozoas. These include antimalarial drugs. Antihelminthic agents, which treat infections that result …

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Semaglutide Injection Cleveland Clinic

(1 days ago) WebThis medication is for injection under the skin of your upper leg (thigh), stomach area, or upper arm. It is given once every week (every 7 days). You will be taught how to prepare …

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Analgesics: Uses, Treatment, Risks

(Just Now) WebAnalgesics, also called painkillers, are medications that relieve different types of pain — from headaches to injuries to arthritis. Anti-inflammatory analgesics reduce inflammation, …

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Antivirals: Antiviral Medication, What they treat & How they work

(Just Now) WebAntivirals. Antiviral medications help the body fight off harmful viruses. The drugs can ease symptoms and shorten the length of a viral infection. Antivirals also lower the risk of …

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Medications to Help Treat Heart Failure

(Just Now) WebHeart failure medications are prescription drugs that help your heart work better. Heart failure, also called congestive heart failure, is a long-term condition. It affects nearly 6 …

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Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors: Types and Purpose

(3 days ago) WebPhosphodiesterase inhibitors are a class of medications that interfere with certain types of chemical reactions in your blood. This helps blood vessels relax, reduces inflammation …

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Ichthammol topical ointment Cleveland Clinic

(7 days ago) WebICHTHAMMOL (ik THAM awl) is a topical drawing salve. It is used to treat insect bites or stings and minor skin infections. This medicine may be used for other purposes; ask your …

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