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Psoriasis Medications Click for Lists and Side Effects

12/20/2014
05:15 | Author: Molly Young

Medicine side effects prescription drugs
Psoriasis Medications Click for Lists and Side Effects

Read about the side effects associated with various types of psoriasis medications, including prescription oral and topical drugs.

Phototherapy (light therapy) : Ultraviolet (UVL) light, a portion of the solar spectrum with wavelengths between 290-400 nm, can have beneficial effects on psoriatic skin presumably by altering certain immune functions. Disease considered too extensive to be treated by topical approaches, that is usually greater than 5%-10% of the total body surface area, is an appropriate indication for this sort of treatment. Sunlamps and tanning booths are usually not acceptable substitutes for medical light sources.

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Prescription Medications - Parkinson39s Disease Foundation (PDF)

10/19/2014
03:30 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Medicine side effects prescription drugs
Prescription Medications - Parkinson39s Disease Foundation (PDF)

It is now combined with carbidopa to prevent this side effect. Medication, Available Doses, Initial Dosing, Side Effects*, Indications, Interactions.

Nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, or sleepiness, headache, sudden uncontrolled movements (dyskinesia), abdominal.

Secondary medication; tremor; attempts to restore balance by inhibiting other enzymes and nerve cells that may attack dopamine Anti-histamines.

75 mg 1.5 mg 3 mg 4.5 mg. Sedatives and tranquilizers; metocipramide, thiozanthenes, cimetidine, phenothiazines, butyrophenones Pramipexole dihydrochloride extended-release (Mirapex ER). 375 mg.

Taken two to six times a day for a maximum of 4.5 mg.

First course of treatment; converts to dopamine to manage major symptoms; also for patients with swallowing difficulties.

First course of treatment alone or with levodopa;

Nausea, vomiting, low blood pressure, sleepiness, dyskinesias, hallucinations, chest pain.

24-hours continuous delivery of the medicine to provide smooth blood levels.

Diets or meals very high in tyramine-rich foods (e.g., draft beer, red wine, aged cheeses, and other products) are not recommended (diets or meals with moderate amounts of these foods are not seen as a problem).

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