Synonyms for olsalazine or Related words with olsalazine

osalazine              ipsalazine              azulfidine              salazosulfapyridine              tenoxicam              tiaprofenic              mesalazin              mesalazine              mefenamic              azapropazone              salazopyrin              alminoprofen              aminophenazone              salicylazobenzoic              alclofenac              propyphenazone              actarit              naproxin              acetometaphen              proquazone              tinoridine              aceclofenac              suprofen              enfenamic              veliflapon              ampyrone              aclofenac              flubiprofen              imuran              benzpiperylon              benoxaprofen              pranoprofen              xenbucin              ramifenazone              bumadizon              antrafenine              protizinic              robenacoxib              disalcid              butibufen              salicylsalicylic              ipsalazide              tepoxalin              zoliprofen              propylphenazone              acetaminosalol              salflex              salofalk              ethenzamide              droxicam             

Examples of "olsalazine"
Olsalazine gained Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval in 1990.
Olsalazine is an anti-inflammatory drug used in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease such as ulcerative colitis. It is sold under the name Dipentum.
The Australian biotech company Giaconda has developed a combination therapy for treating constipation-predominant irritable bowel syndrome that uses olsalazine and the anti-gout drug colchicine.
Like balsalazide, olsalazine is believed to deliver mesalazine, or 5-aminosalicylic acid (5-ASA), past the small intestine, directly to the large intestine, which is the active site of disease in ulcerative colitis.
Once remission is induced, maintenance levels can be used: sulfasalazine 2 g/day, mesalamine 1.2-2.4 g/day, or olsalazine 1 g/day. Patients on high dose sulfasalazine require folic supplementation (1 mg/day) because it inhibits folate absorption.
Ibaconda is a product for the treatment of Constipation-predominant Irritable Bowel Syndrome. The product, invented by Thomas Borody in 1997, is a combination of the anti-inflammatory drug olsalazine and the anti-gout drug colchicine.