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  1. Burnamycin Topical applicationBurnamycin Topical application
    BurnamycinGeneric Name: lidocaine (Topical application route)LYE-doe-kaneCommonly used brand name(s):In the U.S.AnestaconBurnamycinBurn-O-JelLida MantleLidodermLMX 4LMX 5SenatecSolarcaine Cool AloeTopicaineXylocaineIn CanadaSolarcaine First Aid Lidocaine SpraySolarcaine Lidocaine First Aid SprayAvailable Dosage Forms:FoamDressingGel/JellySp...
  2. buserelin Nasal, Injection, Subcutaneousbuserelin Nasal, Injection, Subcutaneous
    buserelin (Nasal route, Injection route, Subcutaneous route)bue-se-REL-inAvailable Dosage Forms:InjectableImplantSprayPharmacologic Class: Human Follicle Stimulating HormoneUses For buserelinBuserelin is used to treat cancer of the prostate gland.It is similar to a hormone normally released from the hypothalamus gland. When given regularly, buserelin decreases testosterone le...
  3. BuSparBuSpar
    BuSparGeneric name: Buspirone hydrochlorideBrand names: BuSparWhy is BuSpar prescribed?BuSpar is used in the treatment of anxiety disorders and for short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety.Most important fact about BuSparBuSpar should not be used with antidepressant drugs known as monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors.How should you take BuSpar?Take BuSpar ex...
  4. BusparBuspar
    BusparGeneric Name: buspirone (Oral route)bue-SPYE-roneCommonly used brand name(s):In the U.S.BusparBuspar DividoseVansparAvailable Dosage Forms:TabletTherapeutic Class: AntianxietyChemical Class: AzaspirodecanedioneUses For BusparBuspirone is used to treat certain anxiety disorders or to relieve the symptoms of anxiety. However, buspirone usually is not used fo...
  5. BuSparBuSpar
    BuSpar Generic Name: Buspirone (bue-SPYE-rone)Brand Name: BuSparBuSpar is used for:The short-term relief of anxiety symptoms. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.BuSpar is an antianxiety agent. It is not known exactly how BuSpar works to relieve anxiety. It is believed that it may react with specific chemical receptors in the brain.Do NOT us...
  6. Buspar DividoseBuspar Dividose
    Buspar DividoseGeneric Name: buspirone (Oral route)bue-SPYE-roneCommonly used brand name(s):In the U.S.BusparBuspar DividoseVansparAvailable Dosage Forms:TabletTherapeutic Class: AntianxietyChemical Class: AzaspirodecanedioneUses For Buspar DividoseBuspirone is used to treat certain anxiety disorders or to relieve the symptoms of anxiety. However, buspirone usua...
  7. buspironebuspirone
    buspirone (Oral route)bue-SPYE-roneCommonly used brand name(s):In the U.S.BusparBuspar DividoseVansparAvailable Dosage Forms:TabletTherapeutic Class: AntianxietyChemical Class: AzaspirodecanedioneUses For buspironeBuspirone is used to treat certain anxiety disorders or to relieve the symptoms of anxiety. However, buspirone usually is not used for anxiety or tension ...
  8. BuspironeBuspirone
    Buspirone Generic Name: Buspirone (bue-SPYE-rone)Brand Name: BuSparBuspirone is used for:The short-term relief of anxiety symptoms. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.Buspirone is an antianxiety agent. It is not known exactly how Buspirone works to relieve anxiety. It is believed that it may react with specific chemical receptors in the brain...
  9. Buspirone hydrochlorideBuspirone hydrochloride
    Buspirone hydrochlorideBrand names: BuSparWhy is Buspirone hydrochloride prescribed?BuSpar is used in the treatment of anxiety disorders and for short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety.Most important fact about Buspirone hydrochlorideBuSpar should not be used with antidepressant drugs known as monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors.How should you take Buspirone h...
  10. Buspirone HydrochlorideBuspirone Hydrochloride
    Buspirone HydrochloridePronunciation: (byoo-SPY-rone HIGH-droe-KLOR-ide)Class: Antianxiety agentTrade Names:BuSpar- Tablets 5 mg (4.6 mg as base)- Tablets 10 mg (9.1 mg as base)- Tablets 15 mg (13.7 mg as base)- Tablets 30 mg (27.4 mg as base)Apo-Buspirone (Canada)CO Buspirone (Canada)Gen-Buspirone (Canada)PMS-Buspirone (Canada)ratio-Buspirone (Canada)Pharmacology...
  11. busulfanbusulfan
    busulfanGeneric Name: busulfan (bue SUL fan)Brand Names: Busulfex, MyleranWhat is busulfan?Busulfan is a cancer medication that interferes with the growth of cancer cells and slows their spread in the body.Busulfan is used to treat the symptoms of chronic myelogenous leukemia (a type of blood cancer). Busulfan is not a cure for leukemia.Busulfan may also be used for other purposes ...
  12. busulfan Intravenousbusulfan Intravenous
    busulfan (Intravenous route)bue-SUL-fanOral routeTabletBusulfan is a potent drug. It should not be used unless a diagnosis of chronic myelogenous leukemia has been adequately established and the responsible physician is knowledgeable in assessing response to chemotherapy.Busulfan can induce severe bone marrow hypoplasia. Reduce or discontinue the dosage immediately at the first sign of any...
  13. BusulfanBusulfan
    Busulfan Generic Name: Busulfan (byoo-SUL-fan)Brand Name: BusulfexBusulfan may cause severe bone marrow depression, which can reduce the body's ability to fight infection or cancer. Lab tests will be required to monitor therapy. Busulfan may also cause a type of severe anemia (aplastic anemia).Busulfan is used for:Preparing the body for a hematopoietic stem cell transplant...
  14. Busulfan TabletBusulfan Tablet
    BusulfanGeneric Name: Busulfan (byoo-SUL-fan)Brand Name: MyleranBusulfan may cause severe bone marrow depression, which can reduce the body's ability to fight infection or cancer. Lab tests will be required to monitor therapy. Busulfan may also increase the risk of developing a second cancer.Busulfan is used for:Treating the symptoms of chronic myelogenous leukemia.Busulfan...
  15. BusulfanBusulfan
    BusulfanPronunciation: (byoo-SUL-fan)Class: Alkyl sulfonateTrade Names:Busulfex- Solution for injection 6 mg/mLTrade Names:Myleran- Tablets 2 mgPharmacologyPredominantly effective against cells of the granulocytic series. Although a polyfunctional alkylating agent, it appears to interact with cellular thiol groups. The drug is cell cycle-phase nonspecific; however, alkylati...