Category: G

Glihtinum – Powdered mat frame uses, dose and side effects

Glitinum is a traditional herbal medicine used to prevent migraine headaches. Used after a serious illness has been ruled out by a doctor.

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Gliolan – 5-aminolevulinic acid hydrochloride uses, dose and side effects

Gliolan is used to visualize certain brain tumors (called malignant gliomas ) during a brain operation.

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Glimepiride STADA – Glimepiride uses, dose and side effects

Glimepiride is a medicine that lowers blood sugar levels. This medicine belongs to a group of blood sugar-lowering medicines called sulphonylureas. Glimepiride works by increasing the amount of insulin released from your pancreas. Insulin then lowers your blood sugar levels.

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Glimepiride Sandoz – Glimepiride uses, dose and side effects

Glimepiride Sandoz is a blood sugar lowering medicine in tablet form. The drug belongs to the group of sufonureids that lower your blood sugar. Glimepiride Sandoz works by increasing the amount of insulin released from the pancreas. Insulin then lowers your blood sugar level.

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Glimepiride Bluefish – Glimepiride uses, dose and side effects

Glimepiride Bluefish is a medicine used to lower blood sugar. It belongs to a group of medicines called sulphonylureas.

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Glimepiride Actavis – Glimepiride uses, dose and side effects

Glimepiride Actavis is a blood sugar lowering medicine in tablet form. The drug belongs to the group of sufonureids that lower your blood sugar. Glimepiride Actavis works by increasing the amount of insulin secreted by the pancreas. Insulin then lowers your blood sugar level.

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Glibenclamide Recip – Glibenclamide uses, dose and side effects

Glibenclamide Recip has blood sugar lowering effect by increasing the pancreas’ own insulin production and possibly making this insulin more effective.

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Glentek – Riluzole uses, dose and side effects

The active substance in Glentek is riluzole which acts on the nervous system.

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Glavamine uses, dose and side effects

Glavamine is a nutrient solution given by a drip into a vein ( intravenous infusion ). It is used together with appropriate supplements of energy, electrolytes, trace elements, and vitamins for people with a so-called catabolic state (extra fast decomposition of nutrients), especially when there is a great need for protein.

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Glaudin – Brimonidine tartrate uses, dose and side effects

Glaudin contains the active substance brimonidine tartrate, which lowers intraocular pressure (pressure in the eye) in patients with open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension (increased fluid pressure in the eye).

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Gitrabin – Gemcitabine uses, dose and side effects

Gitrabin belongs to a group of medicines called cytostatics. This type of drug kills cells that divide, including cancer cells.

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Giotrif – Afatinib uses, dose and side effects

GIOTRIF is a medicine that contains the active substance afatinib. It works by blocking the activity of a group of proteins called the ErbB family, (including EGFR [epidermal growth factor receptor or ErbB1], HER2 [ErbB2], ErbB3, and ErbB4). These proteins are involved in the growth and spread of cancer cells, and can be affected by changes ( mutations ) in the genes that produce them. By blocking the activity of these proteins, this drug inhibits the growth and spread of cancer cells.

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Giona Easyhaler – Budesonide uses, dose and side effects

The active substance in Giona Easyhaler is budesonide. Budesonide powder is packaged in an inhaler. You inhale the powder into your lungs through the inhaler mouthpiece. Budesonide works by reducing and preventing swelling and inflammation in your lungs.

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Gestrina – Desogestrel uses, dose and side effects

It contains small amounts of a kind of female sex hormone, progestin, and desogestrel. That’s why Gestrina is called a progestogen pill. Unlike combined contraceptive pills, these do not contain any estrogen as a supplement to progestogen.

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Genvoya – Elvitegravir / cobicistat / emtricitabine / tenofoviralafenamide uses, dose and side effects

150 mg / 150 mg / 200 mg / 10 mg film-coated tablets
elvitegravir / cobicistat / emtricitabine / tenofoviralafenamide

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Gensumycin – Gentamicin uses, dose and side effects

Gensumycin contains gentamicin sulfate which is an antibiotic.

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Genotropin MiniQuick – Somatropin uses, dose and side effects

Genotropin MiniQuick is a recombinant human growth hormone (also called somatropin). It has the same composition as a natural human growth hormone that is necessary for the growth of bone tissue and muscle. It also contributes to the normal development of adipose tissue and muscle. Recombinant means that it does not come from human or animal tissue.

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Genotropin – Somatropin uses, dose and side effects

Genotropin is a recombinant human growth hormone (also called somatropin). It has the same composition as a natural human growth hormone that is necessary for the growth of bone tissue and muscle. It also contributes to the normal development of adipose tissue and muscle. Recombinant means that it does not come from human or animal tissue.

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Gemkabi – Gemcitabine uses, dose and side effects

Gemkabi belongs to a group of medicines called cytostatics. This type of drug kills cells that divide, including cancer cells.

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Gemcitabine Sandoz – Gemcitabine uses, dose and side effects

Gemcitabine Sandoz belongs to a group of medicines called cytostatics. This type of drug kills cells that divide, including cancer cells.

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