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NEUROPATHIC PAIN
Neuropathic pain is the sensation of pain due to abnormal discharges of impaired or injured neural structures in the peripheral &/or central nervous system.
It is characterized by hyperesthesia, hyperalgesia and allodynia.
Common neuropathic pain syndromes are central neuropathic pain, painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy, postherpetic neuralgia, trigeminal neuralgia, postsurgical neuropathic pain, HIV-related neuropathy, lumbosacral radiculopathy and complex regional pain syndrome.
Drug Information

Indication: Major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder. Management of diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain.

Indication: Epilepsy & psychomotor seizures.

Indication: Depression, including depression associated w/ anxiety, generalized anxiety disorders (GAD) including long-ter...

Indication: Neuropathic pain in adults. Adjunctive therapy in adults w/ partial seizures, w/ or w/o secondary generalisati...

Indication: Adjunctive therapy in the treatment of partial seizures w/ & w/o secondary generalisation in adult & c...

Indication: Moderate to severe pain.

Indication: Severe acute & chronic pain. Painful diagnostic or therapeutic measures.

Indication: Moderate to severe acute & chronic pain & in painful diagnostic measure & surgery.

Indication: Local anesth of the mucous membrane.

Daneuron
vitamin B1 + vitamin B12 + vitamin B6

Indication: Neurological disorders & metabolic function disturbances including diabetic polyneuropathy, alcoholic peri...

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