The off-label uses of this preparation include ophthalmic applications in the treatment of Acanthamoeba keratitis.
A number of different vehicles can be used to make this preparation.
This powdered formulation has long been used to treat pressure ulcers and other topical sores.
As with other compounded pain drugs of varying combinations and concentrations, it is important to closely monitor the patient.
This antiarrhythmic preparation is suitable for patients unable to swallow solid dosage forms.
This migraine preparation may be used alone or (in postmenopausal women) in conjunction with bioidentical hormone therapy.
A formulation that is free of alcohol may be advisable when treating heartburn or esophageal irritation.
This formulation may be used for patients who are unable to swallow the oral form or in cases when titration is necessary.
Counsel patients that this preparation may become more viscous and resistant as it is rubbed into the nail.
The mold being used for this compound must be calibrated to accommodate displacement.
This combination of anti-infective ingredients has been successfully used to treat infections of the bladder caused by susceptible organisms.
This high-risk formulation should be prepared in accordance with strict aseptic compounding techniques.
This preparation serves the dual purpose of treating foot infections and soothing the skin.
One use for hydroxyzine is to manage pruritus caused by allergic conditions or mediated by histamine.
Other similar commercially available vehicles are equally suitable for this formulation.
AKL can reduce burning levels in patients with radiation dermatitis–related neuropathic pain.
This preparation is suitable for pediatric patients and other patients who are unable to swallow the solid oral dosage form.
This fast-dissolving oral preparation may be used for the symptomatic treatment of migraines.
The vehicle in this preparation does not evaporate, unlike water-containing vehicles.
This formulation may be used in preparation for varicose vein procedures.
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