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Silver Nitrate Applicator



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INDICATIONS:  For cauterization of skin or mucous membrane and for removing warts and granulated tissue.

DIRECTIONS:  The healthcare professional moistens the applicator tip with distilled water and applies the tip to the affected area.  The strength of the action is controlled by the dilution with distilled water.  One applicator is generally sufficient for each application. 

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CONTRAINDICATIONS:  Silver salts stain tissue black due to deposition of reduced silver.  The stain gradually disappears within a period of two weeks. 

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Clinical Information

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Clinical Pharmacology

Non-Clinical Toxicology
CONTRAINDICATIONS:  Silver salts stain tissue black due to deposition of reduced silver.  The stain gradually disappears within a period of two weeks. 

In evaluating the potential for interactions among co-administered antiepilepsy drugs (AEDs), whether or not an AED induces or does not induce metabolic enzymes is an important consideration. Carbamazepine, phenytoin, primidone, and phenobarbital are generally classified as enzyme inducers; valproate and gabapentin are not. Tiagabine HCl is considered to be a non-enzyme inducing AED (see ).


The drug interaction data described in this section were obtained from studies involving either healthy subjects or patients with epilepsy.

Effects of Tiagabine HCl on other Antiepilepsy Drugs (AEDs)




Phenobarbital or Primidone:

Effects of other Antiepilepsy Drugs (AEDs) on Tiagabine HCl



Phenobarbital (Primidone):

96.3% to 94.8%, which resulted in an increase of approximately 40% in the free tiagabine concentration. The clinical relevance of this finding is unknown. 

Interaction of Tiagabine HCl with Other Drugs





pharmacokinetics of digoxin or the mean daily trough serum level of digoxin.

Ethanol or Triazolam:

Oral Contraceptives:

alter the pharmacokinetics of oral contraceptives in healthy women of child-bearing age.


Interaction of Tiagabine HCl with Highly Protein Bound Drugs

In vitro

WARNINGS: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. The active ingredients are poisonous and may be fatal when ingested in sufficient doses. The symptoms include toxic gastroenteritis, which may lead to coma, convulsion, paralysis and profound alteration of respiration. If poisoning occurs, consult a physician. In case of eye contact, hold eyes open and immediately flush thoroughly with water for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician.PRECAUTION: Prolonged ingestion or absorption of silver compounds (organic or inorganic) whether originating industrially or therapeutically leads to deposition of silver in connective tissues, producing a slate-blue discoloration of the skin known as argyria. This discoloration may also appear on mucous membranes such as the margins of gums. The sclera of the eye is also stained. The nature of the pigment is not definitely known, it may be metallic silver or oxide. This discoloration exists throughout life but does not cause any systematic symptoms. While small patches may be removed, this method is so tedious and painful as to be impractical for large areas.CAUTION: FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITS DISPENSING WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION.



This information is obtained from the National Institute of Health's Standard Packaging Label drug database.

While we update our database periodically, we cannot guarantee it is always updated to the latest version.



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