Subarachnoid Hemorrhage drugs
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

  • NIMODIPINE (nye MOE di peen) is a calcium-channel blocker. This medicine is used to treat subarachnoid hemorrhage. This is a condition in which there is bleeding into the space around the brain that causes severe headaches and stiff neck.
    Source:GOLD
  • MANNITOL (MAN i tawl) is a diuretic. It is used to reduce pressure and swelling around the brain and in the eyes. It is also used to prevent or treat kidney failure. This medicine is also used during some urology procedures.
    Source:GOLD
  • DOCUSATE (doc CUE sayt) is stool softener. It helps prevent constipation and straining or discomfort associated with hard or dry stools.
    Source:GOLD
  • DOCUSATE (doc CUE sayt) is stool softener. It helps prevent constipation and straining or discomfort associated with hard or dry stools.
    Source:GOLD
  • Learn important information about what symptoms of stomach problems antacids help relieve as well as associated risks and side effects.
    Source:HLCMS
  • More than two-thirds of Americans who have been diagnosed with high blood pressure take medication to help manage their condition. Today there are dozens of different blood-pressure-lowering medications, known as antihypertensives. Each has its ow...
    Source:HLCMS
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