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Miscellaneous drugs and agents

Elsevier Science & Technology
DOI: 10.1016/s0378-6080(89)80056-x
  • Chemistry
  • Medicine


Publisher Summary This chapter discusses miscellaneous drugs and agents and the studies conducted on them to know their effects during human administration. It examines various reactions and effects, observed and documented in subjects with and without other medical conditions, using various chemicals. Those chemicals are artificial sweetener Acesulfame, Butel hip plate used for osteosynthesis of fractures of the upper end of the femur, Cell therapy which involves the administration, often by injection, of materials of animal, human or placental origin, often in the hope of experiencing a claimed rejuvenating effect, Collagen, Contact lens cleaning solutions, Disulfiram used for treatment for alcohol dependence in women, Dona 200-S and chondroprotective agents used to treat the treatment of degenerative joint disease, Excipients, Ginseng, Histoacryl (Histocyl; enbucrilate), Glycerol, Intrauterine contraceptive devices, Methylene blue, Paraformaldehyde, Phenol, Paraffin, Potassium chloride used to prevent or correct hypokalemia due to diuretic use or other conditions, Silicone implants, Saccharin, Sodium morrhuate, Spermicides, and Thermal waters.

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