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NO Emis, Ondansetron

US Brand Name NO Emis
Generic Name Ondansetron
Other Brand Name NO Emis
Packing 6
Manufacturer Gracious Pharma
Form Tablets
Strength 4mg

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Details

Ondansetron

Uses

NO Emis is used for the treatment and prevention of vomitting and nausea for patients undergoing cancer treatment such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy.

How it Works

NO Emis is known as a 5-HT3 blocker.NO Emis works by inhibiting the actions of serotonin in the body, serotonin is responsible for triggering vomiting and nausea. NO Emis is usually prescribed for use in patients undergoing cancer treatment such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy, to prevent vomiting. NO Emis is also used to prevent post surgery vomiting.

Common Side effects


Patients who take NO Emis may suffer from such side effects;

Constipation,
Fatigue,
A dizzy sensation,
Constipation,
Headache,
Injection site allergic reaction,
Flushing,
Fever