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Mefenamic Acid

Mefenamic Acid

Mefenamic Acid falls under the classification of a group of medications known as NSAIDs, or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. It works by reducing inflammation and providing short-term relief from pain. more...

Brand name(s): Ponstel,

Multiple Marker Screen (tests)

MULTIPLE MARKER SCREEN DEFINITION A multiple marker screen is a type of blood test done in pregnant women on their 15th to 20th week of pregnancy. It is called a multiple marker because it is used to measure different properties that are being produced by the placenta and the fetus itself. MULTIPLE more...

Pons (anatomy)

PONS ANATOMY The pons is responsible for relaying various impulses. The pons is housed within the metencephalon. The cerebellum is also housed within the metencephalon and is responsible for controlling the contraction of skeletal muscles. Part of the segment of brain known as the hindbrain, the metencephalon is the furthermost superior more...

Ponstel

Ponstel

Ponstel is a brand name for the generic drug mefenamic acid, which is a form of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, or NSAID. NSAIDs are used to relieve mild to moderate pain and inflammation due to injury or illness. It can also be used to treat bloo more...

Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone (diseases)

Most people are aware that when you catch a disease, there are always complications that may arise. Even when you get hospitalized, certain medications may induce the onset of other conditions. If you’re not careful, you can overlook certain complications and focus only on the main disease that you have. more...