hydantoins


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hydantoins

Drugs used to treat epilepsy and spasticty of voluntary muscle. Examples are phenytoin (Epanutin), dantrolene (Dantrium) and fosphenytoin (Pro-epanutin).
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Urea-based ASPs were not detected as evidenced by the lack of hydantoin ring formation upon heating the NCO/AE product.
Phenytoin causes a pattern of defects called fetal hydantoin syndrome (FHS) as well as other defects, such as those involving the heart and growth.
The absorption, distribution and elimination of the hydantoins are not equivalent.
The 1,5 dichloro 5,5 dimethyl hydantoin had the highest average strength, but was not statistically different from that of n-bromomethyl phthalimide or n-iodosuccinimide.
Identification of carbonyl compounds through conversions into hydantoins.
Hepatotoxicity be increased with long-term combined use with barbiturates (such as phenobarbital), carbamazepine, hydantoins (such as phenytoin), isoniazid, rifampin, and sulfinpyrazone.
Within this segment, bromine-based products such as sodium bromide and hydantoins will register the fastest growth, due to their increasing replacement of chlorine in nonrecreational water treatment applications.
There has been a shift from chlorinated toward non- chlorinated products like solid- or liquid-based brominated hydantoins.