Category: G

Gemcitabine Fresenius Kabi – Gemcitabine uses, dose and side effects

Gemcitabine Fresenius Kabi belongs to a group of medicines called “cytotoxic drugs”. These drugs kill dividing cells, including cancer cells.

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Gemcitabine Accord – Gemcitabine uses, dose and side effects

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

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Gemadol – Tramadol hydrochloride uses, dose and side effects

Gemadol prolonged-release capsules belong to a group of medicines called analgesics, commonly known as painkillers or painkillers. The active substance tramadol hydrochloride prevents the pain signal from being sent to the brain and also acts in the brain, which makes the pain not felt. This does not mean that Gemadol prolonged-release capsules stop the pain itself, but you will not feel it as much.

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Gelofusine – Succinylated gelatin (modified gelatin, liquid) uses, dose and side effects

Gelofusine is a so-called volume replacement for plasma. This means that it replaces lost fluid in the blood circulation.

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Gelaspa uses, dose and side effects

Gelaspan is a so-called volume substitute for plasma. This means that it replaces lost fluid in the blood circulation.

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Gefitinib STADA – Gefitinib uses, dose and side effects

Gefitinib Stada contains the active substance gefitinib which blocks a protein called epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR). This protein is involved in the growth and spread of cancer cells.

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Gefitinib Glenmark – Gefitinib uses, dose and side effects

Gefitinib Glenmark contains the active substance gefitinib which blocks a protein called epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR). This protein is involved in the growth and spread of cancer cells.

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Gefitinib Avansor – Gefitinib uses, dose and side effects

Gefitinib Avansor contains the active substance gefitinib which blocks a protein called epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR). This protein is involved in the growth and spread of cancer cells.

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Gefitinib Accord – Gefitinib uses, dose and side effects

Gefitinib Accord contains the active substance gefitinib which blocks a protein called epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR). This protein is involved in the growth and spread of cancer cells.

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Geavir – Acyclovir uses, dose and side effects

Geavir is intended for the treatment or prevention of various infections caused by the Herpes simplex virus and against chickenpox and shingles, as well as for the prevention of infection with cytomegalovirus (which belongs to the herpes group virus ) in patients undergoing bone marrow transplantation.

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Gazyvaro – Obinutuzumab uses, dose and side effects

Gazyvaro contains the active substance obinutuzumab, which belongs to a group of medicines called ‘monoclonal antibodies. Antibodies work by binding to specific targets in your body.

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Gaviscon uses, dose and side effects

Gaviscon together with the hydrochloric acid of the stomach forms a light and gelatinous mass on top of the stomach contents. This counteracts the accumulation of acidic stomach contents.

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Gastrographine – Sodium amidotrizoate / Meglumine amidotrizoate uses, dose and side effects

This medicine is for diagnostic purposes only. It is given either as a solution taken by mouth or as an enema (rectal solution).

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Gardasil 9 | 9-valent vaccine against human papillomavirus ( recombinant, adsorbed ) uses, dose and side effects

Gardasil 9 is a vaccine for children and adolescents from 9 years and adults. The vaccine is intended to protect against diseases caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) type 6, 11, 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, and 58.

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Gardasil – Human Papillomavirus Vaccine uses, dose and side effects

Gardasil is a vaccine. Vaccination with Gardasil is intended to protect against diseases caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) type 6, 11, 16, and 18.

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Ganfort – Bimatoprost / timolol uses, dose and side effects

GANFORT contains two different active substances (bimatoprost and timolol ), both of which lower the pressure in the eye. Bimatoprost belongs to a group of medicines called prostanoids, it is a prostaglandin analogue . Timolol belongs to a group of medicines called beta-blockers.

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Gammanorm – Human normal immunoglobulin uses, dose and side effects

Gammanorm is immunoglobulin and contains antibodies against bacteria and viruses. Antibodies protect the body and increase its resistance to infection. The treatment aims to achieve normal antibody levels.

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Gammagard S/D – Human normal immunoglobulin uses, dose and side effects

Gammagard S / D belongs to a group of medicines called immunoglobulins. These medicines contain human antibodies, which are also found in your blood. Antibodies help your body fight infection. Medicines such as Gammagard S / D are used in patients who do not have enough antibodies in their blood and who often suffer from infections. They can also be used in patients who need additional antibodies to treat certain inflammatory diseases (autoimmune diseases).

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Galvus – Vildagliptin uses, dose and side effects

Galvus is used in the treatment of adult patients with type 2 diabetes. It is used when the disease can not be regulated with only diet and exercise. It helps regulate blood sugar levels. Your doctor will prescribe that Galvus be taken either alone or at the same time as some other diabetes medicines that you are already taking if these have not been shown to be effective enough to control diabetes.

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Galieve Peppermint | Sodium alginate, sodium bicarbonate, calcium carbonate | uses, dose and side effects

Galieve Peppermint forms a protective mass that floats on top of the stomach contents. This mass counteracts the accumulation of acidic stomach contents and relieves the burning sensation behind the sternum and the feeling of discomfort in the throat and mouth. Heartburn may occur after meals (eg when eating fatty or spicy foods), during pregnancy, or in patients with symptoms related to inflammation of the esophagus (eg difficulty and/or pain when swallowing, cold sores, vomiting).

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Galieve Mint | Sodium alginate, Sodium bicarbonate, Calcium carbonate | uses, dose and side effects

Galieve Mint belongs to a group of medicines called “reflux inhibitors”. Galieve Mint forms a protective mass on top of the stomach contents for up to 4 hours which prevents acidic stomach contents from being pushed up the esophagus and causing pain and discomfort.

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