no its not good to mix any drugs together in a syringe inless its in a IV bag mixed by a professional but deffinitly dont mix in a single syringe
It is not advised to mix medication in the same syringe . Haldol and Ativan are compatible, and usually given in the same syringe. There are no contraindications, to this.
Syringe compatibility is simply whether you can mix medications in the same syringe
can you mix my anxiety pill Lorazepam with my antibiotic Doxycycline and be ok?
Yes, you can mix both in the same syringe
Benadryl is incompatible with Haldol, do not mix. Compatibility is unknown between Benadryl and Ativan, do not mix. Ativan is compatible with Haldol, ok to mix. To prepare and serve a B52=Haldol and Ativan in one syringe, Benadryl in another.
When you mix lorazepam and tramadol the opiate sensers begin to go crazy. The outcome from all the crazy madness is a very chili, and relaxing high.
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Yes, they are just benzodiazepines, proceed with caution
can you die if you mix zopiclone and citalopram, as well as triazolam, and quetiapinelenoltec 3, and lorazepam
You can mix them, yes. But the LSD will likely not do anything on account of Geodon's high affinity blockade of the 5HT2a receptor.
Unless these are all prescribed to YOU by the same doctor, don't even try it . This can be a very dangerous combination. could be guess you'll find out
If you put insulin into food it would not have the same effect. You see, insulin needs to be in the blood stream. That is why you have to inject it with a syringe.
No! Do not mix these two together Geodon slows and depresses the nerves system so mixing together Percocet on top of that which is another nervous system depressant (and yes I know geodon is a anti-psychotic but it also depresses the nerve system) will kill you due to respiratory failure because the nerves will stop sending and receiving signals to breathe.
You shouldn't be taking them at the same time, however a doctor could prescribe the two together when dealing with ADD patients who experience panic attacks. If you experience panic symptoms, lorazepam should work safetly even when on the methlyphenidate. As always talk to your doctor before changing the medicines you take.
Do NOT mix toradol and phenergan in the same syringe! Draw up the dose prescribed for each in separate syringes and inject in slightly different areas of the buttocks. There may be no untoward effects of mixing them, but the safest way is separate syringes.
There is a powder formula that you mix with water and feed them. It is like thin cereal. Feed it to them with a syringe.
i just did it.. the lorazapam seems more effective in the pain control ( and mental/emotional control) than was acetominophen, so far.
Dilute Equine Ponazuril paste for cats and dogs with water. To make a 50mg per ml solution mix 10ml paste to 20ml water. Make sure to mix/shake thoroughly. Easiest way I have found is to mix it in a large flushing syringe that holds 50ml. Remove the plunger from the syringe and put your finger over the smaller opening to keep the liquid from leaking out and from the top add warm water to the 20ml mark on the syringe and then squeeze paste into the syringe until the water level rises to 30ml. Carefully put the plunger back into the syringe with the open end up so nothing leaks out. Once the plunger is firmly in the syringe you can plug the other end again with your finger and shake vigorously to mix. Use it immediately. Usually dosage for puppies is 1ml of the mixed solution per kg (2.2 lbs) of body weight daily for 1-5 days. Can be repeated in 1 week if necessary.
Yes, there is no problem in taking those 2 medications together. They're often prescribed together, waiting for celexa to control anxiety. However, you should keep in mind that stopping lorazepam eventually will be a better choice and reduce risks of dependance.
Sucralfate is a gastroprotectant that is thought to help with digestive upset by coating the stomach lining to prevent damage to the gastric mucus from high levels of stomach acid. The easiest way to mix sucralfate slurry is to pull the plunger out of the back of a 10 or 30 cc oral syringe, drop the pills into the body of the syringe, place the index finger of your left (non-dominant) hand over the tip of the syringe, fill the syringe halfway or so with water, put the plunger back into the body of the syringe (careful, it's a tight fit) then shake the syringe to dissolve the pills in the water. Then run a large stream of water from the tap and draw the rest of the water needed to make the proper volume into the syringe. Shake again, with your index finger over the opening of the syringe tip, then administer orally. From experience, this is a messy procedure until you get used to the syringe flip in the middle - you can just barely get the seal of the plunger back into the syringe then have to carefully flip the syringe over and push some of the air out to get the plunger fully seated in the syringe again. Then, of course, most animals don't seem to like the taste of sucralfate and are more likely to spit it back out on you rather than swallow it.
Yes indeed it is possible to mix types of insulin into one syringe. Your diabetes nurse educator or doctor can explain to you how and why to do this. Common reasons are to mix a short acting insulin with a long acting one. Be sure to never try to mix insulin glargine as it can't be done.
Tramadol is a medication given for mild pain, while lorazepam is a benzodiazapine and is normally taken for anxiety disorders. Generally speaking, it's not advised to mix the two together. However, dosages must be considered when a situation calls for prescribing both medications.
It's bad to mix any drugs. Everyone responds differently. What would the point even be of taking a stimulant (actually classed with amphetamines) and combining it with a seditave and muscle relaxer? Exact opposites.
If they are prescribed and dosages do not exceed maximum doses. Only effects would be increased dizziness, drowsiness, and respiratory depression. I am prescribed hydrocodone and lorazepam by the same doc. Always check with Drugs.com interaction checker or call a pharmacist if you are ever concerned.
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