This preparation is highly effective at transporting progesterone into and through the skin, surpassing other formulations it was compared against.
This high-risk formulation for the treatment of bladder infections should be prepared by a pharmacist validated in aseptic compounding.
This preparation should be used not as the sole antituberculous drug, but rather in conjunction with one or more others.
This preparation is a good example of how pharmacists can be involved in managing patients’ therapy.
This agent helps reduce seizure activity and prevent migraines by acting on several chemicals in the brain.
The patient should be counseled that the viscosity of this preparation is temperature dependent.
This preparation may be used topically to treat pain.
Furosemide is used to treat edema associated with various disorders, as well as adjunctively to treat acute pulmonary edema.
This preparation may be used in the treatment of ulcerations, erosions, and esophageal infections.
This formulation may be used to treat heartburn in patients who cannot swallow tablets or take the commercial product.