methazolamide

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methazolamide

 [meth″ah-zo´lah-mīd]
a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor used in the treatment of glaucoma.
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Several non-pharmacologic strategies have been suggested for preventing recurrent UTI--eg, use of cranberry products, lactobacillus, vaginal estrogen in postmenopausal women, methenamine salts, and D-mannose.
Ascorbic acid (which is bacteriostatic), methenamine salts (which are hydrolysed to bactericidal ammonia and formaldehyde), and D-mannose (which inhibits bacterial adherence), have been shown--in limited studies--to decrease recurrence of UTIs.