Dilantin


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Dilantin

 [di-lan″tin]
trademark for preparations of phenytoin, an anticonvulsant used in the treatment of epilepsy.

Dilantin

(dī-lăn′tĭn)
A trademark for the drug phenytoin.

Dilantin

A brand name for PHENYTOIN.

Phenytoin (Dilantin)

Anti-convulsive medication used to treat seizure disorders.
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Phenytoin (diphenylhydantoin, dilantin) has been the chosen anti-convulsive for the treatment of sudden disorders (attack, epilepsy single episode) since the late 30's (Merrit & Putnam, 1938).
Los medicos diagnosticaron que sufria ataques de apoplejia y le recetaron Dilantin, usado para epilepticos.
* anti-convulsant medications (such as dilantin, phenytoin, and primidone)
Neurological sequelac following Dilantin overdose in a patient and in experimental animals.
Toxic hepatic necrosis associated with taking dilantin, tridione, and phenobarbital: report of a case.
Dilantin had been approved by the FDA, but for the treatment of
He was prescribed dilantin and had no seizures for two years.
* Anti-epilepsy drugs like phenytoin (Dilantin), carbamazepine (Epitol, Tegretol), and phenobarbital.
Richard Nixon padecia de trastornos psiquicos y tras el bombardeo a Camboya su medico le receto una botella con mil capsulas de Dilantin efectivo en el tratamiento de miedo, preocupacion, culpa, panico, enfado, irritabilidad, rabia, depresion, comportamiento violento, alcoholismo, anorexia, bulimia, arritmia cardiaca y desordenes musculares.
The book also said that in 1968 Jack Dreyfus, founder of an investment firm, gave Nixon 2,000 capsules of the mood-altering drug Dilantin, an anti-convulsant used to counter epileptic seizures.
According to the book, Nixon was prescribed Dilantin in 1968 by Jack Dreyfus, an enthusiastic promoter and user of the drug himself.
An example is breakthrough seizuring when Dilantin is not mixed sufficiently.