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We believe that acetazolamide treatment produced a dose-related anorgasmia in our patient.
Effects of acetazolamide on the sleep apnoea syndrome and its therapeutic mechanism.
The effectiveness of ginko biloba and other treatments are indeed promising, but because of established efficacy in preventing AMS, acetazolamide or dexamethasone should remain first-line agents for prevention of HAI, until further studies are conducted.
Effect of acetazolamide for long-lasting paroxysmal dystonia in a patient with multiple sclerosis: a case report and review of literature.
Generally, for chronic and refractory cases, topical administration can be followed by intravitreal injections of triamcinolone, a steroid or acetazolamide, and a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor.
Acetazolamide (Diamox) is a conventional medication that can be used to prevent or treat mild AMS, but it won't help with severe AMS, and it does have side effects.
Medical therapies include diuretics, commonly acetazolamide, and corticosteroids.
After trying the local remedies, such as chewing coca leaves, other herbal medicines, acetazolamide, and an oxygen face mask, he continued to deteriorate.
It is an autosomal dominant disorder and treated with acetazolamide.
1) about the side-effect of acetazolamide on a hiker on Mt Kilimanjaro makes a rather hasty conclusion about the recommendation of acetazolamide to prevent acute mountain sickness (AMS), especially in a rapid ascent climb such as Kilimanjaro.
Another known preventive and treatment for AMS, according to the International Society for Mountain Medicine (IMMS), is Acetazolamide (Diamox), which helps reduce the effects of hyperventilation that people encounter when making extreme ascents.