Tags: Allergy

Order Generic Vermox (Mebendazole) No Prescription 100mg

Mebendazole, a benzimidazole, is poorly absorbed from the gut, although it dependably enters cyst fluid; it is therefore most useful for treating intestinal infections and cyst-forming infestations. It is essentially an antihelminthic drug, being effective against hookworm, ascariasis, enterobiasis, and trichuriasis. Mebendazole is effective against enteric Strongyloides but since it is not absorbed it is ineffective against tissue forms. However, it is also effective against Giardia lamblia, while Trichomonas vaginalis is susceptible in vitro.

Order Generic Zovirax (Aciclovir) No Prescription 200/400/800mg

Neurotoxicity secondary to aciclovir is rare and is associated with high plasma concentrations, such as result from impaired renal function. Although the risk is greatest with intravenous administration, neurotoxicity has previously been noted with oral use. Symptoms of neurotoxicity, which usually appear within the first 24-72 hours of administration, include tremor, myoclonus, confusion, lethargy, agitation, hallucinations, dysarthria, asterixis, ataxia, hemiparesthesia, and seizures.

Cervicitis, Ectropion & True Erosion

Cervicitis — Chlamydia trachomatis, Trichomonas vaginalis. Ectropion — hormonal changes with oral contraceptive use (especially with progesterone) or during pregnancy. True erosion — injury to atrophic epithelium due to estrogen deficiency in menopause.

Cellulitis Periorbital & Orbital

What Causes Disease? Cellulitis around the eye in adult: Staphylococcus aureus most common, Streptococcus pyogenes, Streptococcus pneumonia, Mixed infection.

Cellulitis

An acute, spreading infection of the dermis and subcutaneous tissue. Several entities are recognized: Treat 10-30 days. Guided by culture results whenever possible.

Brain Abscess

Single or multiple abscesses within the brain, usually occurring secondary to a focus of infection outside the central nervous system. May mimic brain tumor but evolves more rapidly (days to a few weeks). It starts as a cerebritis, becomes necrotic, and subsequently becomes encapsulated.

Amebiasis

Amebiasis is caused by the intestinal protozoan, Entamoeba histolytica. Infection results from ingestion of fecally contaminated food, such as garden vegetables or by direct fecal-oral transmission. Most persons are asymptomatic or have minimal diarrheal symptoms. In a few patients, invasive intestinal or extraintestinal (e.g., liver, and less commonly kidney, bladder, male or female genitalia, skin, lung, brain) infection results.

Meningitis

Bacterial meningitis remains one of the most feared and dangerous infectious diseases that a physician can encounter. This form of meningitis constitutes a true infectious disease emergency. It is important that the physician quickly make the appropriate diagnosis and initiate antibiotic therapy.