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Lumefantrine

Antimalarial drugs are designed to prevent or cure malaria. Some antimalarial agents, particularly chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, are also used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and lupus associated arthritis. There are many of these drugs currently on the market. Quinine is the oldest and most famous anti-malarial.

- Ethambutol
- Ethambutol Hydrochloride
- Lovastatin
- Compactin
- Pravastatin
- Mecobalamin
- Aminobutanol
- L-2-Aminobutanol
- Pyritinol
- Pyritinol Hydrochloride
- Pyrithioxine
- Pyrithioxine Hydrochloride Monohydrate
- Isotretinon
- Ethambutol HCL
- Rifampicin
- Simvastatin
- Mevastatin
- Propofol
- Methylcobalamin
- D-2-Aminobutanol
- Dimethyl Isosorbide
- Pyritinol HCL
- Pyrithioxine HCL
- Pyrithioxine Hydrochloride
- Amoxicillin


  Propofol

Propofol is a short-acting intravenous sedative agent used for the induction of general anesthesia for adults and children; maintenance of general anesthesia; and sedation in medical contexts, such as intensive care unit (ICU) sedation for intubated, mechanically ventilated adults, and in procedures such as colonoscopy. It provides no analgesia.[1] Yet in some studies, when patients receive propofol compared to inhalation agents for anesthesia, postoperative pain is less after propofol.[2] Propofol is approved for use in more than 50 countries. It is also commonly used in veterinary medicine.



  Mecobalamin

Methylcobalamin is a cobalamin (MeB12) used in peripheral neuropathy, diabetic neuropathy etc. It is a form of vitamin B12. It has been studied in conjunction with sleep-wake rhythm disorders, where it appears to yield benefits, but at a low or inconsistent level.

It is used in vitamin B12 deficiency (pernicious anemia) treatment.



  Methylcobalamin

Methylcobalamin is a cobalamin (MeB12) used in peripheral neuropathy, diabetic neuropathy etc. It is a form of vitamin B12. It has been studied in conjunction with sleep-wake rhythm disorders, where it appears to yield benefits, but at a low or inconsistent level.

It is used in vitamin B12 deficiency (pernicious anemia) treatment.


  Aminobutanol

The invention relates to a method of preparation of 2-aminobutanol from readily available raw materials. The method of this invention is based on the reaction between 1.2-epoxybutane or isomeric butylene halogenehydrines with ammonia. The product, isomeric aminobutanols, are, subsequently transformed into 2-ethylaziridine by means of esterification with sulphuric acid followed by treatment with alkali. 2-Ethylaziridine is then submitted to a reaction with aromatic carboxylic acid or with aromatic orthobicarboxylic acid anhydride which produces the corresponding monomeric or polymeric amide, which is transformed into 2-aminobutanol by hydrolysis.



  D-2-Aminobutanol

The invention relates to a method of preparation of 2-aminobutanol from readily available raw materials. The method of this invention is based on the reaction between 1.2-epoxybutane or isomeric butylene halogenehydrines with ammonia. The product, isomeric aminobutanols, are, subsequently transformed into 2-ethylaziridine by means of esterification with sulphuric acid followed by treatment with alkali. 2-Ethylaziridine is then submitted to a reaction with aromatic carboxylic acid or with aromatic orthobicarboxylic acid anhydride which produces the corresponding monomeric or polymeric amide, which is transformed into 2-aminobutanol by hydrolysis.



  L-2-Aminobutanol

The invention relates to a method of preparation of 2-aminobutanol from readily available raw materials. The method of this invention is based on the reaction between 1.2-epoxybutane or isomeric butylene halogenehydrines with ammonia. The product, isomeric aminobutanols, are, subsequently transformed into 2-ethylaziridine by means of esterification with sulphuric acid followed by treatment with alkali. 2-Ethylaziridine is then submitted to a reaction with aromatic carboxylic acid or with aromatic orthobicarboxylic acid anhydride which produces the corresponding monomeric or polymeric amide, which is transformed into 2-aminobutanol by hydrolysis.



  Dimethyl Isosorbide

Abstract Dimethyl isosorbide (DMI), which is currently under investigation for its potential use as a pharmaceutical vehicle and drug permeation enhancer, is a water-miscible liquid with relatively low viscosity. The solubilization behavior of DMI as a cosolvent for nonpolar drugs was characterized via dielectric constant measurements of binary solvent systems containing DMI and either water, propylene glycol (PG), or polyethylene glycol (PEG). Evidence from the dielectric constant profiles and NMR studies suggest that DMI undergoes complexation with water and PG, but not with PEG, through hydrogen bonding interactions. The solvent complexation exhibited a major effect on the solubilities of prednisone, dexamethasone, and prednisolone in the mixed solvent systems.



  Pyritinol

Pyritinol (or Pyrithioxin) is a strong synthetic antioxidant and nootropic.Chemically, it is related to vitamin B6 compounds, such as pyridoxine. It increases the brain's electrical firing rate[citation needed] and boosts glucose metabolism.




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