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Can Welchol be used in place of cholestyramine for treatment of diarrhea in Crohn's Disease?

Posted 11 days ago by Gryphon67 0 answers

Given that they are similar drug classification, cholestyramine is difficult to palate due to the granular consistency. Welchol is in a tablet form and therefore easier to tolerate making it a better alternative for compliance and consumption. The question is, is there evidence to support its use ...

What type of drug classification is fluorescein?

Posted 21 Aug 2017 by mscorey 0 answers

Xadago - classification and price?

Posted 15 May 2017 by veronica urbina 1 answer

What is the classification for Sucrets ?

Posted 21 Jun 2017 by Melmartinez 0 answers

What are the different levels for scheduled drugs? Is l or lV the highest in strength?

Posted 9 Jan 2017 by jazzyjane 1 answer

How are scheduled drugs classified? Does this mean that l is the safest drug, and the lowest in classification in regards to what? Or is lV the most dangerous drug, or how does this work?

Anticoagulants - Drugs classification for anticoagulant?

Posted 4 Feb 2017 by ehiiris 0 answers

I will like to know the drug classification for anticoagulant 1) the generic drug name and drug family 2) allergies 3) caution 4) desire effect

Is Gelclair classified as a medication?

Posted 6 Mar 2015 by nahhoud 1 answer

Under which classification is Gelclair classified?I.e. Drug,medical device,health product

Osteoarthritis - I am a 52 year old woman with Osteoarthirits. I currently take Tramadol but?

Posted 10 Jun 2014 by Sandra62 6 answers

... understand that a "cocktail" of medications work better together than just one classification. Has anyone tried this with success? Maybe the addition of a muscle relaxer and anti inflammatory med would help? I am so uncomfortable and am taking more and more Tramadol everyday just to ...

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