ergoloid mesylates

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ergoloid mesylates

 [er´go-loid]
hydrogenated ergot alkaloids used for relief of signs and symptoms of idiopathic decline in mental capacity (including impairment of recent memory, confusion, and disorientation) in persons over sixty.
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No other drugs (betahistine, difenidol, flunarizine, cinnarizine, dimenhydrinate, gingko, meclizine, metoclopramide, scopolamine, pentoxifylline, perphenazine, ergoloid mesylate, droperidol, phenobarbital, prochlorperazine, promethazine, trimethobenzamide, or vertigoheel, etc.) or herbal drugs to manage the symptom of dizziness will not be allowed.
Some contain imported drugs unapproved for use in this country, while others contain prescription drugs, such as ergoloid mesylates (brand name Hydergine).