What is Valethamate bromide?

About VALETHAMATE BROMIDE It is an anticholinergic and works by blocking the effect of acetylcholine (constricts muscle). VALETHAMATE BROMIDE dilates the smooth muscles present in the intestine and cervix, thus resulting in a reduction of spasms. VALETHAMATE BROMIDE is available in oral tablet and injection form.

What is Epidosin used for?

Epidosin (valethemate bromide) is known to shorten the first stage of labour thus avoiding or minimising cervical dystocia leading to prolonged labour. It is a potent rapidly acting cholinolytic, spasmolytic and musculotropic agent.

When do you give Epidosin injection?

Epidosin Injection is used to treat pain associated with smooth muscle spasms. It may be used in cases of dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation) and for reducing post-operative pain. This injection is also used to reduce the first stage of labor.

What is Epsolin injection for?

EPSOLIN INJECTION 2ML belongs to the group of neurological medication called ‘Anticonvulsant’ (hydantoins) used to control various epileptic conditions (fits), prevent seizures during/after brain surgery or after traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Which injection is used for delivery?

Oxytocin injection is used to begin or improve contractions during labor. Oxytocin also is used to reduce bleeding after childbirth.

What is Drotin injection?

DROTIN INJECTION belongs to a group of medicines called anti-spasmodic agents used to reduce and relieve muscle spasms in the gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract, and gall bladder. DROTIN INJECTION contains ‘Drotaverine’ which works by relieving contractions associated with smooth muscles of the abdomen.

How do you use Epsolin injection?

Take EPSOLIN INJECTION 2ML with or without food. You are advised to take EPSOLIN INJECTION 2ML for as long as your doctor has prescribed it for you, depending on your medical condition. You may experience certain common side-effects such as weakness, drowsiness, dizziness, restlessness, and constipation in some cases.

Where do you inject Methergine?

Methergine injection is given into a muscle or into a vein through an IV. You will receive this injection while you are in the delivery room and for a short time after your baby is born, if needed. Methergine oral is a tablet taken by mouth 3 or 4 times daily for up to 1 week after your baby is born.

What are contraindications for Methergine?

Who should not take METHERGINE?

  • blockage or narrowing of mitral heart valve.
  • high blood pressure.
  • a heart attack.
  • coronary artery disease.
  • a stroke.
  • a blockage of the arteries called arteriosclerosis obliterans.
  • serious numbness or prickling or tingling of fingers and toes.
  • liver problems.

What is dexamethasone used for in dogs?

It is used in manage and treat immune-mediated disease such as immune-mediated hemolytic anemia or thrombocytopenia; some cancers; allergic reactions such as asthma, hives, and itching; inflammatory diseases and some neurologic diseases. Dexamethasone also is used topically to treat a variety of skin and eye problems.