Dilantan

Were you looking for information about Dilantin? Dilantan is a common misspelling of Dilantin.
 
Dilantin® (phenytoin) is a medication that is prescribed for treating certain types of epileptic seizures, including complex partial seizures, generalized tonic-clonic seizures, and seizures during brain surgery. The drug comes in various forms (extended-release capsules, chewable tablets, and an oral suspension), but each product is different and contains different doses.
 
Side effects of Dilantin may include muscle coordination problems, confusion, and slurred speech. A few of the conditions that you should tell your healthcare provider about before you take Dilantin include porphyria, swollen lymph nodes, diabetes, and liver disease (including liver failure or cirrhosis).
 
(Click Dilantin for more information on each specific form of Dilantin, the effects of the medication, and dosing tips and precautions for the drug.)
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