QVAR inhaler (beclomethasone dipropionate) is a prescription inhaler that can be used to reduce the severity of acute asthma exacerbations. QVAR may also be used off-label for patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). QVAR is not a rescue inhaler and cannot be used to treat acute bronchospasm. Acute bronchospasm should be treated by a rescue inhaler like albuterol.
Advil Children’s Liquid contains Ibuprofen; which is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug or NSAID. Ibuprofen is an effective fever reducer and relieves minor aches and pains from earache, teething, sore throat, colds, and immunizations for children 2-12 years of age. Ibuprofen works faster and lasts longer than acetaminophen and appears to reduce fevers farther.
Cytovene Vial contains Ganciclovir, an antiviral drug administered in hospital to those with compromised or suppressed immune systems that cannot fight Cytomegalovirus (CMV). CMV disease can lead to serious infections in the body, including an infection in the eye, called CMV retinitis that can cause blindness. Cytomegalovirus is a type of herpes virus that many people are unwittingly infected with. However, because they have a healthy immune response to viruses, it is taken care of before any symptoms have a chance to appear.
For flare-ups of eczema or psoriasis, ask your doctor about the short-term use of Hyderm Cream. This is a topical medication that contains Hydrocortisone Acetate that will provide relief from the itching, redness, and inflammation caused by insect bites or stings, poison ivy, sumac, or oak, certain allergic reactions to soaps, perfume, or jewellery, as well as helping to calm down eczema and psoriasis.
If you are experiencing painful earaches or your eye is red, swollen, and crusty or watery, see your doctor right away to discover if the problem is caused by bacteria. The most common types of bacterial eye infections are blepharitis, conjunctivitis, also called pink eye, and keratitis. Ear infections occur when one of the small tubes that run from each ear to the back of your throat becomes swollen or blocked and fluid begins to build up. Once the presence of bacteria has been confirmed, your doctor can prescribe Garamycin 0.3% Eye/Ear Drops to kill the bacteria that’s causing your discomfort and prevent permanent damage to your sight or hearing.