Drug eruption, also known as drug-induced dermatitis, is a reaction of skin and mucous membrane inflammation caused by drugs. Drug eruption is one of the most common adverse reactions. According to clinical studies, there are some types of drugs that are more likely to cause drug eruptions.
Some drugs may also cause drug-induced constipation, which refers to the symptoms of decreased stool frequency, poor bowel movement, difficulty in exertion, dry stool, and low volume due to medication. Which medicines will Cause Drug-induced Constipation? Here is a list of them.
Gastric acid has a series of important physiological fu […]
Gram-negative bacteria has multi-layered cell wall that prevents many antibiotics from accessing. so it is very difficult to develop drugs against Gram-negative bacteria. Here we list the common antibiotics for the treatment of Gram-negative pathogens infection.
Aseptic and Sterile are a pair of synonyms in Pharmaceutical Area. In order to understand Aseptic and Sterile definition well, here we do a further study about it.
Many drugs interacts with alcohol which might increase the risk of adverse drug reactions, bring severe toxic reactions, and even lead to death. Here is list of common types of drugs that interacts with alcohol.
Contrast media, also known as medical contrast mediums […]
Compound sodium chloride injection, also known as ringer lactate infusion, is a sterile, nonpyrogenic, isotonic solution that contains sodium chloride 0.85%, potassium chloride 0.03%, calcium chloride 0.033%. Many drugs are suggested not to use in combination with Compound Sodium Chloride Injection/Ringer Lactate Infusion as it reacts with electrolyte, especially calcium ion.
Aseptic preparations include injections directly inject […]