Topic "Medications" in Arabic - total 19 documentsTitle: Amoxycillin and Clavulanic Acid
Summary: This leaflet answers some common questions about amoxycillin and clavulanic acid.
Title: Benzodiazepines (Tranquillisers and Sleeping Pills)
Summary: Many people have problems with anxiety, stress and sleeping well.
Title: Consumer medication - Antipsychotic medications
Summary: Antipsychotic medicines are medicines used to treat types of mental illnesses called psychotic illness. Psychotic illnesses are mental illnesses that affect the way people think, feel and behave. People with psychotic illnesses may have problems with identifying what is really happening and what is not really happening. Symptoms of psychotic illnesses occur in different kinds of mental disorders including bipolar disorder, depression, psychosis related to illicit drug use and schizophrenia.
Title: Continence Products
Summary: Three out of four people who have bowel or bladder control problems can be cured or helped to better manage their problem. Continence products are used to manage the symptons of poor bladder and bowel control.
Title: Glucosamine and chondroitin
Summary: This sheet provides general information about glucosamine and chondroitin for people with arthritis, including information about the effectiveness of these supplements, current research and the possible risks.
Title: How to use medicines correctly
Summary: This brochure provides basic information on how to use medicines correctly. It also explains the difference between generic and branded medicines, over the counter and prescription and what is a repeat.
Title: Human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV) - Year 7 secondary school-based program
Summary: The HPV vaccine is offered to all children in Year 7 at secondary school or aged 12 to 13 years in the community setting.
Title: Medication Reminder Cards
Summary: Visual Cards that can be used to instruct the patient on the intake of medications
Title: Medications for type 2 diabetes
Summary: The fact sheet covers classes of type 2 diabetes medications used in Australia for lowering blood glucose levels.
Title: Medicines and Arthritis
Summary: General information about the main types of medicines used for people with arthritis. It also gives tips on the safe use of medicines and where to go for further information. This sheet does not cover the full range of possible side effects for each medicine, which should be discussed further with a doctor or pharmacist.
Title: Medicines Consumer Guide
Summary: A guide to medicines generally prescribed for osteoporosis, including: Bisphosphonates, Denosumab, Strontium ranelate, Selective oestrogen receptor modulators (SERMS), Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and Teriparatide.
Summary: Methotrexate is a medicine used to treat certain childhood rheumatic conditions, including juvenile arthritis (JIA), lupus (also known as SLE), uveitis, dermatomyositis and scleroderma. Methotrexate is a disease modifying antirheumatic drug (DMARD) that reduces damage from inflammation.
Title: Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
Summary: Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are medicines commonly used to treat painful swollen joints. They are not steroids but are effective in reducing pain and stiffness. (Brand names: Brufen, Naprosyn, Voltaren, Celebrex, Naprogesic)
Title: Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA)
Summary: Information for patients using patient controlled analgesia (PCA) to control pain.
Title: Tuberculosis - tablets for latent infection
Summary: The most commonly used antibiotic is called Isoniazid, and taking this will reduce the chance of you becoming sick with tuberculosis disease.
Title: Tuberculosis Treatment
Summary: Information for people who are to start tuberculosis treatment. It includes potential side effects of main TB medications.
Title: Using medicines, herbal medicines and vitamin preparations wisely
Summary: Guide to the safe use of prescription durgs and complementary medicines, including herbal remedies and vitamin and mineral supplements.
Title: Vaccine side effects
Summary: Common side effects occur soon after vaccination and last 1 to 2 days. Generally no treatment is required. Download the document to find out more.
Title: What to do with your tablets and medicines when coming into hospital
Summary: Information about what to do with your tablets and medicines when coming into hospital.
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