Lumbo-dorsal back sprain

Lumbo-dorsal back sprain

source : pixabay GENERAL INFORMATION DESCRIPTION A lumbo-dorsal back sprain is a violent overstretching of one or more ligaments in the lumbo-dorsal vertebrae of the spine. This is the most stable section of the vertebral column. Sprains involving two or more ligaments cause considerably more disability than single-ligament sprains. When the ligament is overstretched, it…

Beclomethasone

Beclomethasone

source : pixabay BRAND & GENERIC NAMES Beclovent Beclovent Rotacaps Beconase Inhaler Becotide Propaderm Vancenase Inhaler Vanceril BASIC INFORMATION Habit forming? No Prescription needed? Yes Available as generic? No Drug class: Cortisone drug (adrenal corticosteroid, see Drugs Glossary), antiasthmatic USES Prevents attacks of bronchial asthma and allergic hay fever. Does not stop an active asthma…

Belladonna Alkaloids & Barbiturates

Belladonna Alkaloids & Barbiturates

source : pixabay Brand & Generic Names Antrocol Donna-Sed ATROPINE & PHENOBARBITAL Donnatal ATROPINE, HYOSCYAMINE, Donnatal Extentabs SCOPOLAMINE & Donnatol No. 2 BUTABARBITAL Donphen ATROPINE, HYOSCYAMINE, HYOSCYAMINE & SCOPOLAMINE & PHENOBARBITAL PHENOBARBITAL Hyosophen Barbidonna Kinesed Barbidonna 2 Levsin-PB Barophen Levsin with Phenobarbital Belladenal Levsinex with Phenobarbital Belladenal-S Timecaps Belladenal Spacetabs Malatal BELLADONNA & AMOBARBITAL Pheno-Bella…

Beta-Adrenergic Blocking Agents

Beta-Adrenergic Blocking Agents

Brand & Generic Names ATENOLOL & NADOLOL & CHLORTHALIDONE BENDROFLUMETHIAZIDE BETAXOLOL & Normozide CHLORTHALIDONE PINDOLOL & Co-Betaloc HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE Corzide PROPRANOLOL & Inderide HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE Inderide LA Tenoretic LABETALOL & Timolide HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE TIMOLOL & Lopressor HCT HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE METOPROLOL & Trandate HCT HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE Viskazide BASIC INFORMATION Habit forming? No Prescription needed? Yes Available as generic? Yes Drug class:…

Blood-Transfusion Reaction Symptoms

Blood-Transfusion Reaction Symptoms

source : pixabay GENERAL INFORMATION DESCRIPTION Blood-transfusion reaction symptoms are triggered by the body’s response to a foreign substance. The blood, blood vessels, kidneys, heart, skin, central nervous system, and lungs are involved. Appropriate health care includes: Physician’s monitoring of general condition and medications. Hospitalization. Patients receiving transfusions are usually in a hospital or outpatient…