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  1. lactuloselactulose
    lactuloseGeneric Name: lactulose (LAK too lose)Brand names: Enulose, Generlac, Kristalose, ...show all 11 brand names.Chronulac, Cephulac, Constilac, Cholac, Duphalac, Constulose, Evalose, HeptalacWhat is lactulose?Lactulose is a type of sugar. It is broken down in the large intestine into mild acids that draw water into the colon, which helps soften the stools.Lactulose is used to t...
  2. LactuloseLactulose
    LactuloseBrand names: Chronulac SyrupWhy is Lactulose prescribed?Chronulac treats constipation. In people who are chronically constipated, Chronulac increases the number and frequency of bowel movements.Most important fact about LactuloseIt may take 24 to 48 hours to produce a normal bowel movement.How should you take Lactulose?Take Lactulose exactly as prescrib...
  3. Lactulose SolutionLactulose Solution
    Lactulose SolutionGeneric Name: Lactulose (LAK-tyoo-lose)Brand Name: Examples include Enulose and GenerlacLactulose Solution is used for:Preventing and treating portal-systemic encephalopathy. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.Lactulose Solution is a colonic acidifier. It works by reducing blood ammonia levels, which reduces the degree of encep...
  4. Lactulose CrystalsLactulose Crystals
    Lactulose CrystalsGeneric Name: Lactulose (LAK-tyoo-lose)Brand Name: KristaloseLactulose Crystals are used for:Treating constipation. It also may be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.Lactulose Crystals are a colonic acidifier. It works by drawing water into the colon, which increases pressure in the colon to then stimulate bowel movements.Do NOT use Lactulo...
  5. Lactulose SolutionLactulose Solution
    Lactulose SolutionGeneric Name: Lactulose (LAK-tyoo-lose)Brand Name: Examples include Enulose and GenerlacLactulose Solution is used for:Preventing and treating portal-systemic encephalopathy. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.Lactulose Solution is a colonic acidifier. It works by reducing blood ammonia levels, which reduces the degree of encep...
  6. LactuloseLactulose
    LactulosePronunciation: (LAK-tyoo-lohs)Class: Hyperosmotic agentTrade Names:Cephulac- Solution 10 g lactulose/15 mL (less than 1.6 g galactose, less than 1.2 g galactose, and up to 1.2 g of other sugars)Trade Names:Chronulac- Solution 10 g lactulose/15 mL (less than 1.6 g galactose, less than 1.2 g galactose, and up to 1.2 g of other sugars)Trade Names:Constilac- Solution 10 ...
  7. LagesicLagesic
    LagesicGeneric Name: acetaminophen and phenyltoloxamine (a seet a MIN oh fen and FEN il toe LOX a meen)Brand Names: Aceta-Gesic, Acuflex, Alpain, Apagesic, BeFlex, BP Poly-650, Dologesic, Flextra-650, Flextra-DS, Genasec, Hyflex-650, Hyflex-DS, Lagesic, Major-gesic, Percogesic, Phenagesic, Phenylgesic, Q Flex, Q-Gesic, Relagesic, RhinoFlex, RhinoFlex 650, Staflex, Vistra, VitoxapapWhat i...
  8. Lagesic Controlled-Release TabletsLagesic Controlled-Release Tablets
    Lagesic Controlled-Release TabletsGeneric Name: Acetaminophen/Phenyltoloxamine (ah-seet-ah-MIN-oh-fen/fen-ill-tole-OX-a-meen)Brand Name: Examples include Lagesic and MyophenLagesic Controlled-Release Tablets are used for:Treating mild to moderate aches and pains associated with headache, muscle and joint soreness, backache, menstrual cramps, colds and flu, sinusitis, toothache, and...
  9. LamictalLamictal
    LamictalGeneric name: LamotrigineBrand names: Lamictal CD, LamictalWhy is Lamictal prescribed?Lamictal is prescribed to control seizures in people with epilepsy. It is also used to control a serious form of epilepsy known as Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. Lamictal is used in combination with other antiepileptic medications or as a replacement for a medication such as carbamazepine,...
  10. LamictalLamictal
    LamictalGeneric Name: lamotrigine (Oral route)la-MOE-tri-jeenOral routeTabletTablet, ChewableTablet, DisintegratingTablet, Extended ReleaseSerious Skin Rashes: Lamotrigine can cause serious rashes requiring hospitalization and discontinuation of treatment. The incidence of these rashes, which have included Stevens-Johnson syndrome, is approximately 0.8% (8 per 1,000) in pediatric patient...
  11. LamictalLamictal
    Lamictal Generic Name: Lamotrigine (la-MOE-tri-jeen)Brand Name: LamictalSerious and sometimes fatal rashes have rarely occurred with the use of Lamictal . The risk of serious rash may be greater in children younger than 16 years old than in adults. Although it has not been proven, the risk may also be greater if you start taking Lamictal at a higher dose than recommended, if you take more...
  12. Lamictal Chewable Dispersible TabletsLamictal Chewable Dispersible Tablets
    Lamictal Chewable Dispersible TabletsGeneric Name: Lamotrigine (la-MOE-tri-jeen)Brand Name: LamictalSerious and sometimes fatal rashes have rarely occurred with the use of Lamictal Chewable Dispersible Tablets. The risk of serious rash may be greater in children younger than 16 years old than in adults. Although it has not been proven, the risk may also be greater if you start taking Lamic...
  13. Lamictal Orally Disintegrating TabletsLamictal Orally Disintegrating Tablets
    Lamictal Orally Disintegrating TabletsGeneric Name: Lamotrigine (la-MOE-tri-jeen)Brand Name: Lamictal ODTSerious and sometimes fatal rashes have rarely occurred with the use of Lamictal Orally Disintegrating Tablets. The risk of serious rash may be greater in children younger than 16 years old than in adults. Although it has not been proven, the risk may also be greater if you start taking...
  14. Lamictal CDLamictal CD
    Lamictal CDGeneric name: LamotrigineBrand names: Lamictal CD, LamictalWhy is Lamictal CD prescribed?Lamictal is prescribed to control seizures in people with epilepsy. It is also used to control a serious form of epilepsy known as Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. Lamictal is used in combination with other antiepileptic medications or as a replacement for a medication such as carbamaz...
  15. Lamictal CDLamictal CD
    Lamictal CDGeneric Name: lamotrigine (Oral route)la-MOE-tri-jeenOral routeTabletTablet, ChewableTablet, DisintegratingTablet, Extended ReleaseSerious Skin Rashes: Lamotrigine can cause serious rashes requiring hospitalization and discontinuation of treatment. The incidence of these rashes, which have included Stevens-Johnson syndrome, is approximately 0.8% (8 per 1,000) in pediatric pati...