• Vitamins and Minerals, Thiamine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B1)
    Dosage form: Tablet
    Strength: 100mg
    Indications/Special comments: For prevention and treatment of thiamine deficiency states that may occur as a result of inadequate nutrition or intestinal malabsorption. It is used for temporary metabolic correction of genetic enzyme deficiency diseases such as subacute nercotizing encephalomyelopathy (SNE, Leigh’s disease), maple syrup urine disease (branched-chain aminoacidopathy), and lactic acidosis associated with pyruvate carboxylase deficiency and hyperalaninemia.
    Dosage Administration: Adult: Nutritional supplement (Vitamin) Beriberi (initial in mild or maintenance following severe): 5 to 10mg three times a day (in a multivitamin preparation). Beriberi (critical illness): IM or slow IV: 5 - 100mg three times a day followed by maintenance oral administration. Treatment of deficiency: 1 - 10mg three times a day until improvement occurs, followed by recommended dietary allowance. Child: Nutritional supplement (Vitamin) Beriberi (mild): Infants: 10mg per day. Beriberi (critical illness): Treatment of deficiency: Oral: 10 to 50mg per day in divided doses. Dietary supplement: Infants: Oral: 300 to 500mcg (0.3 - 0.5mg) per day. Child: Oral: 500mcg (0.5mg) to 1mg per day.
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  • Vitamins and Minerals, Thiamine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B1)
    Dosage form: Injection
    Strength: 100mg/ml
    Indications/Special comments: For prevention and treatment of thiamine deficiency states that may occur as a result of inadequate nutrition or intestinal malabsorption. It is used for temporary metabolic correction of genetic enzyme deficiency diseases such as subacute nercotizing encephalomyelopathy (SNE, Leigh’s disease), maple syrup urine disease (branched-chain aminoacidopathy), and lactic acidosis associated with pyruvate carboxylase deficiency and hyperalaninemia.
    Dosage Administration: Adult: Beriberi (critical illness): IM or slow IV: 5 - 100mg three times a day followed by maintenance oral administration. Infants: IM or slow IV: 10 - 25mg per day.
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  • Topical Anti-infectives, Terbinafine
    Dosage form: Cream
    Strength: 0.01
    Indications/Special comments: Indicated for dermatophyte and yeast infections of the skin and appendages, including tinea versicolour.
    Dosage Administration: Clean and dry affected area before application. Apply 1 - 2 times daily until infection is clear (usually 1 - 2 weeks).
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  • Respiratory Drugs, Tiotropium Bromide
    Dosage form: Inhalent
    Strength: 18mcg
    Indications/Special comments: Maintenance treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
    Dosage Administration: Adult: 18 micrograms once daily
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  • Ophthalmics - Antiallergies, diagnostics and miscellaneous agents, Trypan Blue
    Dosage form: Injection
    Strength: 0.0006
    Indications/Special comments: Surgical aid during cataract eye surgery.
    Dosage Administration:
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  • Ophthalmic, Local Anaesthetic, Tetracaine Hydrochloride
    Dosage form: Eye Drop
    Strength: 0.005
    Indications/Special comments: Short-acting local anaesthesia of cornea and conjunctiva
    Dosage Administration: Local anaesthesia: By instillation into the eye: Adult and Child: 1 drop.
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  • Ophthalmic Anti-infectives, Tobramycin
    Dosage form: Eye Ointment
    Strength: 0.003
    Indications/Special comments: Topically used to treat superficial ophthalmic infections caused by susceptible bacteria.
    Dosage Administration: Apply to affected eye every 4 hours.
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  • Ophthalmic Anti-infectives, Tobramycin
    Dosage form: Eye Drop
    Strength: 0.003
    Indications/Special comments: Topically used to treat superficial ophthalmic infections caused by susceptible bacteria.
    Dosage Administration: Adult and Child = 2 months: Instill 1 - 2 drops of solution every 4 hours; for severe infections instill 2 drops every 30 - 60 minutes initially, then reduce to less frequent intervals.
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  • Mydriatics / Cycloplegics, Tropicamide
    Dosage form: Eye Drop
    Strength: 0.01
    Indications/Special comments: Used to produce mydriasis and cycloplegia prior to diagnostic procedures (e.g., examination of the fundus).
    Dosage Administration: Adult and Children: Cycloplegia for Refraction:In patients with heavily pigmented irides, higher tropicamide concentrations may be required. Solution concentrations of 0.5 and 1% produce mydriasis; the 1% concentration also produces cycloplegia. The 0.5% concentration may be useful for producing mydriasis with only slight cycloplegia. Ophthalmic 1 or 2 drops of a 1% solution into the eye(s); repeat in 5 minutes. Perform the examination within 30 minutes after the second instillation. If patient is not examined within 20 – 30 minutes, instill an additional drop of the 1% solution.
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  • Miscellaneous Drugs, Talc powder sterile
    Dosage form: Topical powder
    Strength: 200g
    Indications/Special comments: Sterile Talc Powder is indicated to decrease the recurrence of malignant pleural effusions in symptomatic patients following maximal drainage of the pleural effusion.
    Dosage Administration: The recommended dose is 5g, suspended in 50ml to 100ml 0.9% Sodium Chloride Injection, USP.
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