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Results 1 - 10 of 38 for DAPSONE
  1. Dapsone ... Dapsone is used to treat leprosy and skin infections.This medication is sometimes prescribed for other uses; ... Dapsone comes as a tablet to take by mouth. Dapsone usually is taken either once a day ...
  2. Dapsone topical is used to treat acne in children, teenagers, and adults. Dapsone is in a class of medications called sulfone ... Dapsone comes as a gel to apply to the skin. It is usually applied once (7.5% ...
  3. ... or thalassemia Are taking certain medicines, such as dapsone, erythropoietin, or iron
  4. ... anemia include: Anti-malaria drugs (quinine compounds) Arsenic Dapsone Intravenous water infusion (not half-normal saline or ...
  5. ... Anesthetics such as benzocaine Nitrobenzene Certain antibiotics (including dapsone and chloroquine) Nitrites (used as additives to prevent ...
  6. ... Cephalosporins (a class of antibiotics), most common cause Dapsone Levodopa Levofloxacin Methyldopa Nitrofurantoin Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs ( ...
  7. ... Suramin Vincristine Drugs used to fight infections: Chloroquine Dapsone Isoniazid (INH), used against tuberculosis Metronidazole (Flagyl) Nitrofurantoin ...
  8. ... to the skin) such as clindamycin, erythromycin, or dapsone Creams or gels applied to the skin may ...
  9. ... Systemic treatment includes: An anti-inflammatory medicine called dapsone Corticosteroids Medicines containing gold Medicines that suppress the ...
  10. ... the bacteria that cause the disease. These include: Dapsone Rifampin Clofazimine Fluoroquinolones Macrolides Minocycline More than one ...
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