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Drugs for Azotemia (High Blood Nitrogen Levels)


A comprehensive list of drugs used to treat Azotemia (High Blood Nitrogen Levels) are listed here. View list of drugs used to treat 'Azotemia (High Blood Nitrogen Levels)'. Click below on the listed drug to know more and this includes the brand name(s), price of the drug, its dosage, side-effects, adverse events, how and when should it be taken.
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Generic and Trade Names of Drugs for Treatment of Azotemia (High Blood Nitrogen Levels)

For the convenience of the medical practitioners we have listed both the generic name and the multiple brand names of the drugs for Azotemia (High Blood Nitrogen Levels).
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Sodium Polystyrene Sulfonate

Sodium Polystyrene Sulfonate is a potassium-removing resin, prescribed for hyperkalemia (without ECG changes).


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Azotemia (High Blood Nitrogen Levels)
Azotemia is a condition characterized by high blood nitrogen levels, leading to acute renal failure. Symptoms vary with the type of azotemia. Incidence of azotemia is the highest in persons between 45 to 65 years.
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