Dalarginum (Dalargin)

Name:Dalargin (Dalarginum) Indications for use: The drug is recommended for use as a therapeutic agent for exacerbations of peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum. Dalargin is also used in the complex therapy of obliterating diseases of the lower extremities (diseases associated with impaired blood flow through the arteries of the lower extremities) and alcoholism. […]

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Dactorin (Daktocin)

Name:Dactorin Indications for use: Treatment of dry or weeping “diaper” dermatitis with infection with Candidaspp. (parasitic yeast-like fungus). Pharmachologic effect: Combined product, the action of which is due to the properties of its constituent components. Miconazole is an imidazole derivative with activity against most pathogenic (pathogenic) fungi and yeasts, as well as against some strains of gram-positive

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Dacarbazine (Dacarbazine)

Name:Dacarbazine Indications for use: Malignant melanoma (cancer that develops from pigment-forming cells), Hodgkin’s disease (malignant disease of lymphoid tissue) and leukosarcoma (malignant tumor arising from immature lymphoid cells) – as part of combination therapy. Pharmacological action: Antitumor cytostatic (an agent that suppresses cell division), which has a dual mechanism of action. The drug inhibits the synthesis

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Cycloserine* (Cycloserine*) Pharmacological group   Other antibiotics   Indications Pulmonary tuberculosis (active form), extrapulmonary tuberculosis (including kidney disease) – as part of combination therapy; acute urinary tract infections. Contraindications Hypersensitivity, epilepsy, depression, severe agitation, psychosis, severe renal failure, alcoholism. Use during pregnancy and lactation Probably if the expected result of therapy outweighs the potential risk to

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Active substance Chloramphenicol* (Chloramphenicol*) Pharmacological group   Amphenicols   Indications For systemic use (parenteral and oral): typhoid fever, paratyphoid fever, salmonellosis (generalized forms), brucellosis, rickettsiosis (including typhus, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Q fever), tularemia, dysentery, brain abscess, meningococcal infection , trachoma, inguinal lymphogranuloma, chlamydia, yersiniosis, ehrlichiosis, urinary tract infections, purulent wound infection, purulent peritonitis, biliary tract

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Name: Jute Jute – Corchorus olitorius L.     Homeland – India. It grows wild in Vietnam. It has long been cultivated for fiber in India, Vietnam, China, Indonesia, Egypt, America, the USSR.   Large (2-3 m tall) herbaceous plant, annual in cultivation. The leaves are broadly lanceolate, serrate, up to 12 cm long, with two tail-shaped lobes at

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