frusemide


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frusemide

(ˈfrʌsəˌmaɪd) or

furosemide

n
(Medicine) a diuretic used to relieve oedema, for example caused by heart or kidney disease
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Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement of medicines items : X-Ray Film 17" X14, X-Ray Film 12" X 10, tab dytide, tab frusemide (lasix)
The intravenous administration of Frusemide @ 3-8 mg/kg is indicated to relieve signs of congestion in severe life-threatening heart failure.
His condition stabilised within 1 week; he was discharged and prescribed captopril and frusemide, and advised to follow-up regularly.
She received intravenous frusemide and remained in the cardiac intensive care unit where she made good recovery and was transferred to the postnatal ward within 48 hours, prior to her hospital discharge on postnatal day 4.
He was killed by heart failure just six days after doctors stopped giving him the drug Frusemide.
The survey shows most of the health facilities visited had no stocks of the Frusemide injection, a medicine used in the treatment of heart failure, hypertension and kidney failure, as well as for patients suffering excess body fluids.
Initial treatment included intravenous antibiotics, oxygen, hydrocortisone, nebulized salbutamol, frusemide, and a dopamine infusion.
Winning pointer Zelkova Island, successful last month at the North Down Foxhounds meeting at Kirkistown, was another horse to be thrown out after frusemide was detected in a sample.
Active diuresis with mannitol and frusemide was undertaken in an attempt to limit pulmonary oedema-induced hypoxaemia.
He did not update records, and completely failed to give her Frusemide, a diuretic prescribed for her, the court heard.
He also has an enlarged heart and is taking frusemide and antibiotics.
Synergistic action of metolazone and frusemide [Letter].