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Buy Rasalect 0.5mg Tablet - strip of 10 tablets at online at 1mg.com. Know the uses, side effects, price, composition, substitutes, How it works, Precautions and Expert Advice for Rasalect 0.5mg Tablet manufactured by Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd
Rasalect containing the active ingredient rasagiline is considered a selective monoamine oxidase B inhibitor (MAOI-B) type of medication. The medication works by increasing the levels of certain chemicals and slowing the breakdown of some natural substances in the brain. It can be used alone or along with other medications to treat symptoms of ...
Uses. Rasalect (Rasagiline) is an MAO-B inhibitor which relieves symptoms of Parkinson`s disease by reducing the breakdown of dopamine. In some cases, physicians may direct patients to take it as an adjunct treatment with levodopa or else on its own (monotherapy).
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Rasalect Tablet is used for parkinson's disorder, parkinson disease and other conditions. Rasalect Tablet contains the following active ingredients: Rasagiline.
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Is Rasalect as effective as Azilect? Hi, my wife started taking rasalect 1mg a few days ago although our neurologist prescribed Azilect . I wonder whether rasalect has the same results/ side effects with the original Azilect.
Rasalect 0.5Mg Tablet, a MAO inhibitor, is used for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease which is caused by the lack of dopamine in the brain.
What is Rasagiline for: This medication is an irreversible inhibitor of monoamine oxidase, prescribed for Parkinson?s disease either alone or with other medications.
Rasalect ( Azilect, Generic Rasagiline ) The first patent for Azilect currently expires in February 2012. This is the earliest foreseeable date that a generic version of Azilect could become available.