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Noun1.Lomotil - trade name of an antidiarrheal
antidiarrheal, antidiarrheal drug - a drug used to control or stop diarrhea
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For tummy problems I have Lomotil and non-drowsy antihistamine tablets from the chemist for allergies and rashes.
syrup, drops), Lanoxin (medicine for Heart issues), Folic Acid (for iron deficiency), Polyfax eye ointment, Cortisporin eye ointment, Motival tablets (tranquilizer), Kenacort Injection (anti-allergic), Migril tablets (for headache), Lomotil tablets, Gravinate (Anti-vomiting), Avil tablet, injection (anti-allergy), Syntocinon injection (for delivery cases), Tegral tablets (Mental issues), Trenalen tablets (anti-depression), Prolution depot (for maintenance of pregnancy) and some other routine medicines were found missing or present on enhanced rates.
Eight of the patients started drug abuse with opium, followed by capsules (5), smack (4), poppy husk (4), IDU (2), corex (1), cannabis (1) and lomotil (1).
If vomiting is severe, medications can reduce it, but experts advise against taking an antidiarrheal drug such as Lomotil or Imodium, which can prolong the infection.
These range from Schedule V (low potential for abuse), including Robitussin AC and Lomotil, to Schedule I (no accepted medical use and highly addictive)--e.
Conversely, the Soviets worried over intelligence reports that enumerated Kennedy's physiological problems and the pharmaceutical cocktail--including cortisone, Lomotil, paregoric, and testosterone--that maintained his health.
and production of Aldactone, Lomotil, Diodoquin, Ovulen, Neomycin Sulphate, Probanthine and Hydryllin, etc.
The clinical course was categorized as resolved (cessation of diarrhea with or without empirical treatment in the form of probiotics, fiber supplement, Lomotil, and loperamide), unresolved (diarrhea persisted with or without partial improvement), or lost to follow-up.
The problem can be traced back to the abuse of illegal substances -- such as cannabis, cocaine and heroin -- and legal, but controlled, medication -- like Valium, Neo-Codion and Lomotil -- which are obtained on prescription.
Opioids are powerful painkillers sold under the names OxyContin, Demerol, Percodan, Vicodin, and Lomotil (among others).
Medications--including Lomotil, hyoscyamine, and sulfasalazine--had given them only partial relief.