This work is designed for use in dental treatment given under the National Health Service Acts. It contains a separate section on preparations which dentists can prescribe for patients receiving NHS treatment. The DPF contains the complete British National Formulary. Useful information is provided about drugs being prescribed medically or being purchased by patients for their own use and for assessing the possibility of interactions with materials used or prescribed in dental practice.2002-2004 Dinesh Mehta ... Galantamine is a reversible inhibitor of acetylcholinesterase and it also has nicotinic receptor agonist properties. ... the patient should be assessed 2a4 months after maintenance dose is established; drug treatment should continue only if MMSE score has improved or has not deteriorated and ifanbsp;...
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