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Magaldrate
Trade Names:Gadral, Riopan, Ri-Mag, Ron-Acid
Information: The maximum daily dosage of the preparation is 6.4g or 8 tablets. The tablets should be resolve until disappearance. In long-term treatment the levels of Al3+ in blood should be monitored. The preparation should be used with caution in patients with renal dysfunction.
Mazipredone, Miconazole
Trade Names:Micozolon,
Information: The medication is intended only for topical use. Do not take the medication by mouth. When you apply you inevitably absorb some of the medication through your skin into the bloodstream. This may result in several unwanted side effects. Avoid using this medication on your face, near your eyes or on body areas where you have skin folds or thin skin. Do not cover treated skin areas with a bandage or other covering unless it is prescribed by your doctor.
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Mebendazole
Trade Names:Ovex, Telmin, Vermox, Amatol, Antiox
Information: Mebendazole should be taken orally with small quantity of water. The medication should not be taken by patients with hepatic insufficiency, by pregnant and nursing women. In long-term treatment, it is necessary to control the peripheral blood picture, liver and kidney functions. Within 24 hours after the first intake, it is recommended to avoid ethanol, fatty food, and laxatives.
Mebeverine
Trade Names:Duspatalin
Mebhydrolin
Trade Names:Bexidal, Diazolin
Information: Mebhydrolin tablets should be taken with or without food. Take the medication with sufficient amount of water swallowing whole without chewing. Try to take Mebhydrolin at the same time each day. This will help you to maintain the fixed level of the medication in your blood. If the medication bothers your stomach take it after food intake.
Mequitazine
Trade Names:Primalan
Information: Take the medication exactly as prescribed by your health care provider. Mequitazine tablets should be taken with sufficient amount water swallowing whole without chewing. You can take the medication with or without food.
Meropenem
Trade Names:Merrem, Meronem
Information: The preparation should be used in decreased dosages in patients with renal insufficiency. In patients with liver impairment no dosage correction is necessary. In elderly patients with normal renal function no dosage correction is necessary. The dosages used in treatment with the preparation are determined according to the type, severity of the infection and the patients condition. The drug should only be administered via intravenous infusions.
Metformin
Trade Names:Glucophage, Diaformin, Fortamet, Glumetza
Information: The drug may be used as monotherapy or in combination with insulin in patients older than 10 years.
Methenamine
Trade Names:Hexamethylentetramin, Hiprex, Urex, Mandelamine, Urosal
Information: The medication should be used only if the infection is caused by sensitive to Mandelamine microorganisms. Take the medication exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Do not take the drug on your own initiative without medical consultation. Tablets should be taken with sufficient amount of water swallowing whole without chewing.Do not break, crush, or take if chipped. Before you start taking this medicine, check your urine with phenaphthazine paper or another test to see if it is acid. Your urine must be acidic (pH 5.5 or below) for this medicine to work properly.
Methoxsalen
Trade Names:Oxoralene, Dltasoralen, Meladinine
Information: The preparation is intended for oral intake, should be administered with milk or non-fatty foods.
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