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SSZSulfasalazine (medication)
SSZSupra-Subduction Zone (geology)
SSZSpecialisatievereniging Sociaal Zekerheidsrecht (Dutch: Social Security Law Specialization Association)
SSZSpecified Strike Zone
SSZSicherheits Système Zimmermann (German: Zimmerman Security System)
SSZSurface Security Zone
SSZSchool Safety Zone
SSZSeven Starz (gaming team)
SSZSolar Soyuz Zaibatsu (bulletin board system)
SSZSantos, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Airport Code)
SSZSystem Sector Size (computing)
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2]): In addition to sulfasalazine at a dose of 600 mg per kg of body weight per day received vitamin C at a dose of 20 mg per kg of body weight by gavage 15 minutes prior to receiving sulfasalazine.
Sulfasalazine in the treatment of juvenile chronic arthritis: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter study.
Rosenbaum J, Alex G, Roberts H, Orchard D: Drug rash with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms secondary to sulfasalazine.
The other groups were treated either with ectoine (30, 50,100, 200 and 300 mg/kg) or sulfasalazine (300 mg/kg) as a reference drug.
A study in America compared the efficacy of 60 mg three times daily of TwHF extract with sulfasalazine 1 g twice daily over 24 weeks.
The most common adverse reactions associated with sulfasalazine are anorexia, headache, nausea, vomiting, gastric distress, and apparently reversible oligospermia.
Sulfasalazine (Salazopyrin[R]) is an anti-inflammatory agent used widely for treating inflammatory joint disease.
One day after discontinuation of sulfasalazine, the patient could speak in full sentences, and his saturations and lab values were normal.
Oral prednisolone and sulfasalazine treatments were given for ulcerative colitis, metronidazole for perianal fissure, and sodium valproate therapy for epilepsia.
18) Sulfasalazine is an antimicrobial agent that belongs to the sulfonamide group and has an effective spectrum similar to that of moxifloxacin.
In hard-to-treat cases, GI experts sometimes consider prescribing anti-inflammatory drugs such as mesalamine (Asacol, Pentasa, Rowasa or Canasa) and sulfasalazine (Azulfidine).
In a clinical trial of 30 ulcerative colitis patients, 20 patients took a conventional boswellia extract three times daily for six weeks, while 10 patients in the control group took sulfasalazine (a NSAID used to treat inflammatory bowel disease) three times daily for six weeks.