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Cetamide FDA Approved Drugs

BLEPH-10 [Sulfacetamide SodiumC8H9N2O3SNaH2O]
RX
-
10% (ophthalmic solution/drops)
AllerganApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

BLEPHAMIDE [Prednisolone AcetateC23H30O6 : Sulfacetamide SodiumC8H9N2O3SNaH2O]
RX
-
0.2% : 10% (ophthalmic suspension)
AllerganApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

BLEPHAMIDE S.O.P. [Prednisolone AcetateC23H30O6 : Sulfacetamide SodiumC8H9N2O3SNaH2O]
RX
-
0.2% : 10% (ophthalmic ointment)
AllerganDec 3, 1986
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

KLARON [Sulfacetamide SodiumC8H9N2O3SNaH2O]
RX
-
10% (topical lotion)
Valeant Pharms NorthDec 23, 1996
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM [Sulfacetamide SodiumC8H9N2O3SNaH2O]
RX
-
10% (ophthalmic solution/drops)
AkornMay 25, 1999
Bausch And LombDec 28, 1994
Fougera PharmsNov 17, 2006
Perrigo Co TennesseeApproved Prior To Jan 1, 1982
Sandoz IncOct 18, 1988
TaroMay 20, 2009
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM AND PREDNISOLONE SODIUM PHOSPHATE [Prednisolone Sodium PhosphateC21H27O8P2Na : Sulfacetamide SodiumC8H9N2O3SNaH2O]
RX
-
eq 0.23% phosphate : 10% (ophthalmic solution/drops)
Bausch And LombDec 29, 1995
Sandoz IncMay 27, 1993
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

UNK

WARNING: Consult a licensed physician in the appropriate field for medical treatment and drug prescription. Do not self medicate.


WARNING: All medicines, drugs, plants, chemicals or medicial precedures below are for historical reference only. Many of these treatments are now known to be harmful and possibly fatal. Do not consume any plant, chemical, drug or otherwise without first consulting a licensed physician that practices medine in the appropriate field.

Physician's Materia Medica on Cetamide

ACETANILID (Phenylacetamide; Antifebrin.)
   Analgesic, antipyretic, antiseptic; a powerful depressant to the spinal nerve centers. Used especially in neuralgic and rheumatic affections to control pain. in migraine, in febrile conditions accom panied with pain. in delirium tremens, in insomnia and as a remedy for obstinate vomiting. Externally it is useful as a surgical dress ing, resembling iodoform in its action. Incompatible with bromides and iodides and with spirit of nitrous ether. It is advantageously combined with Caffeine which dim1


References

1) Nelson, Baker & Co., 1904, Physician's Handy Book of Materia Medica and Therapeustics, Detroit, Michigan.