Cafergot


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Cafergot

a trademark for a fixed-combination drug containing caffeine and ergotamine, commonly administered in the treatment of migraine headaches.

Cafergot

A brand name for a mixture of ERGOTAMINE and CAFFEINE.
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triptans, Percocet, Cafergot, sleeping pills, and muscle relaxants), massage, acupuncture, and chiropractic treatments.
ergotamine tartrate and caffeine tablets (marketed by West-Ward Pharmaceutical Corporation and Mikart), Cafergot tablets (marketed by Sandoz), and Ergo-mar sublingual tablets (marketed by Rosedale Therapeutics).
and Mikart), Cafergot tablets (Sandoz), and Ergomar sublingual tablets (Rosedale Therapeutics).
She used Cafergot suppositories daily to control her headaches.
Cafe, cafergot, coffee, cocoa, chocolate, cola drinks, cold/cough medications, espresso, guarana, guaranine, natural stimulant, tea, pep pill, yerba mate
Cafergot also available in a suppository formulation.
Ergotamine -- Ergotamine tartrate has been in use since 1928 (similar formulas are Cafergot, Ergomar, Ergostat Gynergen).
Morgan Pharmacy, a pharmacy, allegedly on the advice of a physician, repeatedly refilled prescriptions for the painkiller suppository Cafergot.
She was placed on home oxygen, [beta]-blockers, Cafergot, and verapamil.
In those days the typical patient was overusing Cafergot, Fiorinal, or Excedrin, and a few days in the hospital really did leave them feeling much better.
GYP 3A4 inhibition elevates serum levels of Cafergot, increasing the risk for vasospasm and ischemia.
The drug's new labeling states that concomitant use of Cafergot in conjunction with potent Cyp 3A4 inhibitors--such as ritonavir, nelfinavir, indinavir, erythromycin, and clarithromycin--is contraindicated.