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Allergy to it causes a blotchy rash and, rarely, fever, swollen mouth and tongue, itching, and breathing difficulty. A small glass or plastic vessel that can be hermetically sealed to hold liquid substances, in a sterile condition, for injection. Each ampoule usually contains a single dose of a drug. Amoxil A brand name for the antibiotic drug amoxicillin. amoxycillin See amoxicillin. amphetamine drugs COMMON DRUGS ampulla An enlarged, flask-shaped area at the end of a tubular structure or canal.
Diarrhoea is a common adverse effect. Some people are allergic to ampicillin and suffer from rash, fever, swelling of the mouth and tongue, itching, and breathing difficulty. 38 WHY IT IS DONE Amputation is necessary if peripheral vascular disease, as a result of atherosclerosis or diabetes mellitus, has destroyed the blood supply to a limb. If the blood supply cannot be restored, amputation is carried out to prevent the development of gangrene (tissue death). Amputation may also occasionally be performed to prevent the spread of a bone cancer or malignant melanoma (see melanoma, malignant), a type of skin cancer.
An inherited deficiency of the glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase enzyme (see G6PD deficiency) may result in episodes of haemolytic anaemia since the red cells are prone to damage by infectious illness or certain drugs or foods. One variety of G6PD deficiency is most common in Mediterranean countries (see favism). Haemolytic anaemias due to defects outside the red cells fall into three main groups. First are disorders in which red cells are destroyed by buffeting (by artificial surfaces such as replacement heart valves, abnormal blood-vessel linings, or a blood clot in a vessel, for example).