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Alphabetical list of medicines staring with letter M


Mytelase – Ambenone chloride uses, dose and side effects

Mytelase enhances the transmission of nerve impulses from nerve fibers to muscles. In myasthenia gravis , this transmission is weakened because the receptors ( receptors ) for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine are damaged. Mytelase reduces the breakdown of acetylcholine and the concentration increases, which improves the transmission of nerve impulses.


MYLOTARG – Gemtuzumabozogamicin uses, dose and side effects

MYLOTARG contains the active substance gemtuzumabozogamicin, an anticancer medicine, which consists of a monoclonal antibody bound to a substance which is intended to kill cancer cells. This substance is delivered to the cancer cells by the monoclonal antibody . A monoclonal antibody is a protein that recognizes certain cancer cells.


Myldamo – Modafinil uses, dose and side effects

The active substance in the tablets is modafinil. Modafinil can be taken by adults suffering from narcolepsy to help stay awake. Narcolepsy is a condition that causes pronounced drowsiness during the day and a tendency to suddenly fall asleep in inappropriate situations (sleep attacks).


Mycamine – Micafungin uses, dose and side effects

Mycamine contains the active substance micafungin. Mycamine is an antifungal medicine and is used to treat infections caused by fungal cells. Mycamine is used to treat fungal infections caused by fungal or yeast cells called Candida . Mycamine is effective in treating systemic fungal infections (fungal infections inside the body). Mycamine interferes with the production of a component in the cell wall of the fungus. An intact cell wall is necessary for the fungus to continue to live and grow. Mycamine creates defects in the cell wall of the fungus and thus makes it impossible for the fungus to live and


MVASI – Bevacizumab uses, dose and side effects

MVASI contains the active ingredient bevacizumab, which is a humanized monoclonal antibody (a type of protein normally produced by the immune system to help protect the body against infections and cancer). Bevacizumab selectively binds to a protein called VEGF ( human vascular endothelial growth factor), which is found inside the body's blood and lymph vessels. VEGF protein causes blood vessels to grow in tumors and these blood vessels supply the tumor with nutrients and oxygen. When bevacizumab is bound to VEGF, the growth of the tumor is prevented by the growth of the blood vessels that supply the tumorone with