There are 24 Medications that may be used to treat congenital abnormalities.
digoxin antibodies Fab fragments and Folic Acid may be used to prevent congenital abnormalities (NIH).
There are 16 Medications that should be avoided if you have congenital abnormalities. If you have congenital abnormalities and are taking one of these medications, speak to your healthcare professional.
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Adenosine is classified as an Adenosine Receptor Agonist. Adenosine, more commonly known as the brands Adenocard and Adenoscan, may be used to treat Congenital Abnormalities.
Alprostadil is classified as a Prostaglandin Analog. Alprostadil is included in 4 brands sold in the US including Caverject, Edex and Muse
Benztropine is classified as an Anticholinergic. Benztropine is more commonly known as the brand Cogentin.
Bethanechol is classified as a Cholinergic Muscarinic Agonist. Bethanechol is more commonly known as the brand Urecholine.
Carbamide Peroxide is included in 10 brands sold in the US including Auraphene-B, Auro Ear and Cank-Oxide
Edrophonium is classified as a Cholinesterase Inhibitor. Edrophonium, more commonly known as the brands Enlon and Enlon-Plus, may be used to treat Congenital Abnormalities.
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Glycopyrrolate is included in 6 brands sold in the US including Bevespi, Cuvposa and Glycate
Hydrocortisone is classified as a Corticosteroid. Hydrocortisone is included in 117 brands sold in the US including A-Hydrocort, AK-Spore HC and Acetasol HC
Hyoscyamine is included in 36 brands sold in the US including Anaspaz, B-Donna and D-Tal
Abciximab is more commonly known as the brand ReoPro.
Acarbose is classified as an alpha-Glucosidase Inhibitor. Acarbose is more commonly known as the brand Precose.
Doxapram is classified as a Respiratory Stimulant. Doxapram is more commonly known as the brand Dopram.
Methoxsalen is classified as a Photoactivated Radical Generator. Methoxsalen, which is in the more commonly known brands 8-MOP, Oxsoralen and Uvadex, should be avoided or used under the guidance of a physician for individuals with Congenital Abnormalities.
Miglitol is classified as an alpha-Glucosidase Inhibitor. Miglitol is more commonly known as the brand Glyset.
Nitroprusside is more commonly known as the brand Nitropress.
Reteplase is more commonly known as the brand Retavase.