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Izba – Travoprost uses, dose and side effects

IZBA contains travoprost, part of a group of medicines called prostaglandin analogue you.

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Ivemend -Fosaprepitant uses, dose and side effects

IVEMEND contains the active substance fosaprepitant which is converted to aprepitant in your body and belongs to a group of medicines called “neurokinin 1 (NK 1 ) receptor antagonists”. There is a special area in the brain that controls nausea and vomiting. IVEMEND works by blocking signals to that area, thus reducing nausea and vomiting. IVEMEND is used in adults, adolescents, and children 6 months and older in combination with other medicines to prevent nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy (cancer treatment) which may trigger severe or moderate nausea and vomiting.

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Ivabradine Krka – Ivabradine uses, dose and side effects

Ivabradine Krka ( ivabradine ) is a heart medicine used to treat

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Ivabradine Anpharm – Ivabradine uses, dose and side effects

Ivabradine Anpharm ( ivabradine ) is a heart medicine used to treat

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Itulazax – Allergen, birch pollen uses, dose and side effects

Itulazax contains allergenic extracts of birch pollen. The drug is in the form of freeze-dried tablets, which are like regular tablets but much softer and are absorbed into the body by placing them under the tongue.

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Itraconazole STADA – Itraconazole uses, dose and side effects

Itraconazole Stada contains the active substance itraconazole, which belongs to a group of antifungal medicines.

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Itraconazole Actavis – Itraconazole uses, dose and side effects

Itraconazole Actavis contains itraconazole which is an antifungal medicine. It prevents the fungus from building a normal cell wall. Without a well-functioning cell wall, the fungus dies.

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Isturisa – Osilodrostat uses, dose and side effects

Isturisa is a medicine that contains the active substance osilodrostat.

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Isotretinoin Orifarm – Isotretinoin uses, dose and side effects

Isotretinoin Orifarm contains the active substance isotretinoin. It is related to vitamin A and belongs to a group of drugs called retinoids. Retinoids are commonly used to treat skin problems.

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Isotretinoin Actavis – isotretinoin uses, dose and side effects

Isotretinoin Actavis contains the active substance isotretinoin belonging to a group of drugs called retinoids, which are related to the A vitamin. It reduces the activity of the sebaceous glands which produce fat in the skin.

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Isosorbide mononitrate Mylan – Isosorbide mononitrate uses, dose and side effects

Isosorbide mononitrate Mylan contains isosorbide mononitrate and belongs to a group of medicines called nitrates. This type of medicine works by dilating the blood vessels around the heart and thus facilitates the blood supply to the heart and other parts of the body. Isosorbide mononitrate Mylan is a prolonged-release tablet that provides a slow release of the drug in the body.

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Isosorbide mononitrate Astimex – Isosorbide mononitrate uses, dose and side effects

Isosorbide mononitrate Astimex 60 mg prolonged-release tablets (hereinafter referred to as Isosorbide mononitrate Astimex in this leaflet) contain the active substance isosorbide mononitrate. It belongs to the group of medicines called nitrates.

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Isopto-Maxidex – Dexamethasone uses, dose and side effects

Isopto-Maxidex is used to suppress inflammation in the outer and front parts of the eye.

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Isopto-Atropine – Atropine sulphate uses, dose and side effects

Isopto-Atropine is a painkiller and pupil dilator. It is used in certain types of eye infections and to improve vision in some cases.

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Isoptin Retard – Verapamil hydrochloride uses, dose and side effects

Isoptin Retard lowers blood pressure by dilating certain blood vessels so that vascular resistance decreases. Isoptin Retard also increases blood flow in the coronary arteries of the heart and thus counteracts angina ( angina pectoris ). Isoptin Retard is used for high blood pressure and angina.

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Isoptin – Verapamil hydrochloride uses, dose and side effects

Isoptin lowers blood pressure by dilating certain blood vessels so that vascular resistance decreases. Isoptin also increases blood flow in the coronary arteries of the heart and thus counteracts angina ( angina pectoris ). Isoptin is used for high blood pressure and angina, and as a preventive treatment after the acute phase of a heart attack to reduce the risk of a new heart attack. Isoptin is also used in an irregular heartbeat.

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Isonova – Isosorbide mononitrate uses, dose and side effects

Isonova is used to prevent angina in the heart ( angina pectoris ). Isonova works by dilating the blood vessels and thereby facilitates the heart’s work in case of angina in the heart.

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Isomex – Isosorbide mononitrate uses, dose and side effects

Isomex contains the active ingredient isosorbide mononitrate, which belongs to a group of medicines called nitrates. This type of medicine works by dilating the blood vessels, thereby facilitating the heart’s work in case of angina in the heart.

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Isoflurane Baxter – Isoflurane uses, dose and side effects

Isoflurane Baxter contains isoflurane. Isoflurane Baxter is a general anesthetic drug used in surgery. It is an anesthetic for inhalation (it is given in the form of steam that you inhale). By inhaling isoflurane, you sleep deeply and feel no pain. Isoflurane Baxter also maintains a deep, painless sleep (general anesthesia) so that you can undergo surgery.

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Ismo Retard – Isosorbide-5-mononitrate uses, dose and side effects

Ismo Retard contains isosorbide mononitrate which dilates the blood vessels and thereby reduces the work of the heart in angina pectoris.

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