allergies are a group of symptoms caused by allergic reaction to a drug
(medication). Alternative Names: Allergic reaction - drug
(medication) Causes, incidence , and risk factors: Text Continued Below ... Drug
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... and treatment * - illustration * Abscess ed tooth Abstinence - periodic sexual, for family planning * - sexual Abuse --see Alcohol; drug
abuse ; Physical abuse Acanthosis nigricans Achilles tendon injury ... Treatment : For superficial skin abrasion s, salt immersion the...
...vitamins A, D, E, and K. PHARMACOKINETICS: The processes (in a living organ ism) of absorption , distribution, metabolism , and excretion of a drug
or vaccine . Another form of jaundice , found in about two out of every 100 breast -fed babies, is caused by a component in breast milk that ...
...eople are dating, married, or living together. drug
ABUSE - Use of a drug
for a reason other than which it was intended, or...a manner or in quantities other than directed. drug
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...For example, heroin withdrawal can cause vomiting , muscle cramps , convulsions , and delirium . With the continued use of a physically addictive drug
, tolerance develops; i.e. Once the problem has been recognized, total abstinence from alcohol is required for those who are dependent; for those...
... and are factors in many automobile accidents . Users of marijuana and hallucinogenic drugs may experience flashbacks, unwanted recurrences of the drug
's effects weeks or months after use. Reported accidents and infections to organ s or tissue s appear to be related to violations of sterile...
... main Health Information page Poison - Acetaminophen overdose Definition: Poisoning from an overdose of acetaminophen. Also, the Food and drug
Administration estimates that 14,000 people wind up in the emergency room each year with acci dental acetaminophen overdose s. ...
...ion. The active ingredient in most sunless tanning products is dihydroxy acetone (DHA). DHA is the only color additive approved by the Food and drug
Administration (FDA) for use in sunless tanning products. A strong, fruity breath odor (similar to nail polish remover or acetone ). Rapid, ...
... Throat cancer Central pontine myelin olysis Cerebral aneurysm Cushing's syndrome ... Acromegaly Acro phobia Addiction --see Alcohol; drug
abuse Addison's Disease Adenovirus Adhesion Adrenal glands and indications for surgery Ad renal surgery , pre and post -operative ins...
...espond to treatment with steroids or ACTH . This has greatly heightened interest in LKS by both parents and physician s alike. An anti cancer drug
used in treating adrenocortical cancer and ACTH -producing pituitary tumor s (Cushing's disease ). mitotic activity ... The amino acids are...
...d of 28-160 days (2-6 months), and recovery may require 6 months. Acupressure wrist bands or acupuncture may help. You can find these bands in drug
, health food , and travel stores. If considering acupuncture , talk to your doctor and seek an acupuncturist trained to work with pregnant women. ...
...des that last for less than six weeks. Acute urticaria usually persists for a few days and is often caused by an allergic reaction to food or a drug
. Acute or chronic kidney disease Acute or chronic liver disease CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASE Rheumatoid arthritis Systemic lupus e...
...s stain positive) and acute myeloblastic leukemia (cells stain negative). Periodic acid -Schiff stain (PAS) ... Clofarex, a designated orphan drug
for the treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), ... Clinical impact of corticosteroid-induce...
... ADD ICTION - An uncontrollable urge to some habit (e.g. drug
add iction ). [ Med Help International ] [ Search ] [ Ask the Doctor Forums ] The medical glossary has been made possible by a generous donation from...
...ION - An uncontrollable urge to some habit (e.g. drug
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addiction can have a devastating effect, not on... addiction . Addictive pain medications ... drug
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...bed, including frequency and food restrictions. Nearly-perfect adherence to anti - HIV regimens is typically required to avoid the development of drug
resistance . ADH Antidiuretic hormone . One of the hormone s produced by the pituitary gland . A shortage of this hormone causes increased l...
... eye infections . Adenoviruses used in gene therapy are altered to carry a specific tumor -fighting gene . adjunct agent In cancer therapy, a drug
or substance used in addition to the primary therapy. Major groups of double-stranded DNA virus es (class I virus es) include the adenoviruse...
...olescents Diabetes Brings Earlier Heart Disease , Death Diabetes drug
Might Prevent the Disease No Link Between Diabetes , Aggressive Prost...D ACNE - The exacerbation of acne after corticosteroid use is a common drug
reaction seen in adolescents . Lessening the dose of the corticosteroid w...
.... AFP ( Alpha fetoprotein ) A tumor marker. Alopecia The loss of hair , which may include all body hair as well as scalp hair . Analgesic Any drug
that relieves pain . A serious illness (like a tumor of the ovary or adrenal glands ) or fever Medication such as cancer chemotherapy ...
...ress syndrome ... Ad renal virilism caused by adrenal hyperplasia is treated with daily doses of a glucocorticoid. Usually prednisone is the drug
of choice, but in infants hydrocortisone is usually given. An overgrowth of normal cells in the adrenal glands (called adrenal hyperplasia ) ...
... stress . Adrenaline ( epinephrine ) is the drug
most commonly used to treat anaphylactic reactions. You can self-administer the drug
with an autoinjector, such as the EpiPen or the E... released by the ad renal gland , which is the drug
of choice for the treatment of anaphylaxis . ...
...ptual or delusion al disturbance. Sedative: A drug
that calms a patient down, easing agitation and...ed use increases an individual's tolerance to the drug
. As tolerance builds, more of the drug
is needed to achieve a desired effect by the user...
...el of experts as they discuss the ins and... More drug
Abuse & Addiction Basics Library ... In some cases, drug
and/or alcohol abuse is also involved. Lack of ...r al disturbance, such as a conduct disorder or drug
or alcohol abuse . ...
... changes as AD, a careful review of the patient's drug
, medicine, and alcohol use is important. You...are provider will ask about your symptoms and any drug
or alcohol use . You may have lab tests to rule ...rus . - Placed on a natural healing program, a drug
taker can generally stop his medicines and tobac...
... Alcohol poisoning : A serious consequence of binge drinking Bipolar disorder and alcoholism : Are they related? Schizophrenia and drug
abuse : Are they related? Tool ... More than 1,000 children under 15 in En gland and Wales are taken into casualty with alcohol poisoning every ...
... Organ ise their lifestyle around drinking Are you addicted to alcohol? drug
withdrawal may also cause delirium . Delirium tremens , or "DTs," may oc... develop as a result of a head injury , brain infection , brain tumor , drug
or alcohol withdrawal or intoxication , stroke , birth trauma or m...
...and depression ... Alcoholism is a type of drug
addiction . There is both physical and psychologic...ects our mental as well as our physical wellbeing drug
addiction Generally seen as the most serious of a...h as depression , schizophrenia , alcoholism , drug
dependence , and conduct disorder . Genetic p...
...sinus obstruction. Treatment of the underlying allergic cause of sinus pain will result in long-term relief. Xolair (omalizumab) Injectable drug
that targets IgE ( immunoglobulin E), a chemical in the blood that triggers allergic reactions . Product is currently in phase III clinical tria...
...IAID) in Uganda found a highly effective and safe drug
regimen for preventing transmission of HIV from...eactions vary in symptomatology and depend on the drug
, the dosage, and the allergy history of the pat...onmental antigen , if possible, and implementing drug
therapy and immunotherapy ( allergy shots). A...
...you can still enjoy a safe and delicious meal. drug
allergies can pose a significant problem, not o...or is aware of all the medicines you take and any drug
allergies you might have. You may be told to av...ns with chronic liver disease or with certain drug
allergies ; ... There are many different trig...
...ly dividing cells, including hair cells. Alopecia The loss of hair , which may include all body hair as well as scalp hair . Analgesic Any drug
that relieves pain . Aspirin and acetaminophen are mild analgesics. BALDNESS and HAIR LOSS ( Alopecia ) SYMPTOMS"It is hair on the head tha...
...d should not intentionally be ingested at all. In 2002 the U.S. Food and drug
Administration ruled that aloe laxatives in over-the-counter drug
products are not safe. You are here : AllRefer.com > Health > Poison ...
...om each ("trans" deletion). Alpha blocker: A drug
that blocks receptors in arteries and smooth mus...ocker medications approved by the U.S. Food and drug
Administration (FDA) for the treatment of beni...ody hair as well as scalp hair . Analgesic Any drug
that relieves pain . Aspirin and acetaminophen a...
... AFP ( Alpha fetoprotein ) A tumor marker. Alopecia The loss of hair , which may include all body hair as well as scalp hair . Analgesic Any drug
that relieves pain . Aspirin and acetaminophen are mild analgesics. Reticulocyte count Ferritin Alpha fetoprotein Treatment : This version...
...xample, may not think well enough to plan a timely trip to a restroom. A person in a wheelchair may be blocked from getting to a toilet in time. A drug
used in the treatment of Alzheimer 's disease . It belongs to the family of drugs called cholinesterase inhibitors. It is being studied in the t...
...estive disease s. They can also be passed along in food and water contaminated by infected individuals who fail to wash their hands properly. A drug
used to treat protozoal infections , such as amebiasis , giardiasis , and trichomoniasis . It belongs to a family of drugs called antiprotozoal a...
... may be available in multi ple forms. Your health professional will help you decide which type is best for you. (back to top) ... 30 Therapeutic drug
Monitoring: Therapeutic And Toxic RangeDrug Level*Use Therapeutic Level* Toxic Aceteminophen mg/mlAnalgesic, antipyreticDepends on use250Amikaci...
...le to brain injury related to physical trauma , disease , infection , drug
and alcohol abuse , or reduced blood flow to the brain ( vascular insu...amage to the brain from injury , disease , or alcohol or other chronic drug
abuse . amnion ... Amnesia ( Memory Loss ) Memory Loss Medical Tes...
...ed use increases an individual's tolerance to the drug
. Amphetamine or Sympathomimetic Intoxicatio...best known on the street as "Ecstacy." An illicit drug
, considered a recreational or party drug
. It acts as both a stimulant and a hallucinogen. ...
...c amyloidosis Stroke Tetralogy of Fallot Transient ischemic attack (TIA) ... Fibrillex (NC-503) Investigational agent and designated orphan drug
for the treatment of secondary amyloidosis (AA amyloidosis ). Mfg/Source:Neurochem; Neurochem press release - 10/13/99. Systemic amyloidos...