Nalone

Nalone is a molecule containing the sulfonamide functional group attached to an aniline. .
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Nalone - Pharmacology:

Nalone is a competitive inhibitor of bacterial para-aminobenzoic acid (PABA), a substrate of the enzyme dihydropteroate synthetase. The inhibited reaction is necessary in these organisms for the synthesis of folic acid.

Nalone for patients

Sulfonamides (sul-FON-a-mides), or sulfa medicines, are used to treat bacterial infections. They work by killing bacteria or preventing their growth.

Vaginal sulfonamides are used to treat bacterial infections. These medicines may also be used for other problems as determined by your doctor.

  • Inform you doctor if you have ever had any unusual or allergic reaction to any of the sulfa medicines, furosemide (e.g., Lasix) or thiazide diuretics (water pills), oral antidiabetics (diabetes medicine you take by mouth), or glaucoma medicine you take by mouth (for example, acetazolamide [e.g., Diamox], dichlorphenamide [e.g., Daranide], or methazolamide [e.g., Neptazane]).
  • Vaginal sulfonamides are absorbed through the vagina into the bloodstream and appear in the bloodstream of the fetus so if you are pragnent inform you doctor
  • Vaginal sulfonamides are absorbed through the vagina into the bloodstream and pass into the breast milk. Use is not recommended in nursing mothers.
  • Medicine is only for the use of adults not for children
  • Inform your doctor if you have other medical problems.

Nalone Interactions

This medicine is generally safe with other medications, but patient should consult doctor or pharmacist if patient is taking a blood thinner (anticoagulant), cyclosporin, phenytoin, or methotrexate.

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