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AcronymDefinition
PGBPersoonsgebonden Budget (Dutch)
PGBPrueba General de Bachillerato
PGBPrecision Guided Bomb (Royal Air Force, UK)
PGBPartido de la Gente del Bar
PGBPermanent Guide Base
PGBPropeller Gear Box
PGBPolo Grounds Baseball
PGBPregabalin (antiepileptic drug)
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He concluded a cause of death as hypoxic brain injury and bronchopneumonia, caused by a cardiac arrest with loperamide (Imodium) and Pregabalin noted as contributory factors.
When the Palestinian suspect showed up before the Dubai Court of First Instance on Thursday, he pleaded guilty to the charge of consuming amphetamine, methamphetamine and Pregabalin.
Commenting on the incident, one Dundee resident wrote on Facebook: "Hope it's not pregabalin that's the craze sweeping Belfast just now.
A barrister for Murphy, from Foxes Glen in West Belfast, told the court his client knew nothing about Pregabalin, which is used to treat epilepsy and anxiety
Dak-gesundheit intends to provide its insured persons with the following listed active substance: Pregabalin - atc n03ax16 (see "information on the lot") by concluding drug framework rebate agreements pursuant to section 130a (8) sgb v (framework agreement in accordance with section 21 vgv ) to optimize.
Pregabalin is primarily used in the treatment of epilepsy and neuropathic pain, and also in the treatment of addiction of alcohol and benzodiazepine.
Group A was given 300mg pregabalin and group B was given 900mg gabapentin one hour before surgery by mouth.
The Dubai Court of First Instance convicted the duo, a 21-year-old Lebanese and a 22-year-old Iranian, of smuggling and possessing around 300 Pregabalin capsules for their own use.
Similarly, a safe additive effect in attenuating paw thermal hyperalgesia was observed in ambroxol with pregabalin (10 mg/kg, p.
Pregabalin is a gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) analog used for the treatment of partial epilepsy neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, and generalized anxiety disorder As a GABA analog, there has been some concern about its abuse liability.