a scored tablet is usually a sign that the tablet may be split or divided.
In equianalgesic doses, they are identical. In fact, all opioid medications are equally potent in equianalgesic doses.
antibiotics to fight infection, high doses of aspirin to relieve inflammation, hormones to suppress or replace thyroid function, pain medications
Yes. In high doses it will stop breathing. In appropriate doses it is a safe medication that is used to control seizures although it has been replaced by safer medications in most situations. There are adverse side effects from long term use of safe doses
All medications have side effects, as each of us is different. See "idiosyncratic drug reactions". By nature of medications being OTC, they are presumed safer than some prescription medications, taken in doses as recommended on the labeling.
Amoxycillin 40 mg / kg per day in divided doses
Medications are prescribed to prevent unwanted blood clotting. Daily doses of aspirin or other anticoagulant medications are started after the procedure and are continued after the patient goes home.
You can but why would you? In presribed doses the medications don't have any issues with each other but they can make you vomit uncontrolably and possibly cause renal failure; even in doses that are slightley larger than directed.
The answer depends on the medicine. 1000 mg of calcium carbonate, or 1000 mg of acetaminophen, are normal doses, and there are many other examples. For some other medications, the doses are measured in micrograms instead of milligrams.
Definitely yes. Prednisone causes hair loss, especially in higher doses and over long periods of use.
a means for the patient to self-administer analgesics (pain medications) intravenously by using a computerized pump, which introduces specific doses into an intravenous line.