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Lipitor
...  of early heart disease. It can keep away the heart problems for even patients with diabetes or kidney problems. The basic function of lipitor as mentioned above is to block or reduce an enzyme in the liver and when less cholesterol is made, the liver automatically uses the cholesterol in the blood. In this way the bad cholesterol decreases. Lipitor generic as expected may start working  ...

Crestor
...  or after food without being broken or crushed. It is much advised to take the tablet of the strength prescribed by the doctor in the evening. Its natural work is to reduce the cholesterol produced by the liver. If explained with simplicity, generic crestor blocks the enzyme in the liver which results the production of cholesterol. In case of lack of availability of cholesterol our body uses the  ...

Lasix
...  of the liver can lead to liver deterioration and malfunctioning that arises as a result of chronic injury. The scar tissues block the flow of blood through the liver. This condition of scarring will lead to many complications like loosing the ability to control infection, failure to remove bacteria and toxin from the liver, failure to process nutrients and maintenance of hormonal  ...

Indocin
...  bleeding time, it could counteract the effects of their blood-thinning medications. Those who have liver or kidney disease should also be very careful when taking this drug because it could cause the liver to inflame in some cases. Before taking Indocin, patients are also advised to undergo a medical checkup. Generic Indocin could mask some of the symptoms and signs of existing infections,  ...

Abenol
...  to that of NSAIDs or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs to relieve even those pains caused by degenerative arthritis. Misusage and overdose could cause discomfort, and worse, serious damage to the liver. Just like other analgesic and antipyretic medications, Abenol in high dosage (especially when taken with alcohol) increases its potential toxicity which could cause stomach bleeding.  ...

Abensanil
...  NSAIDs when administered in the right dose and could be also used to treat degenerative arthritis. However, overuse could also lead to harm, just like other drugs. It could cause serious damage to the liver and stomach bleeding when taken together with alcohol. Never use 2 or more medications that contain Abensanil at the same time, and never increase the dosage unless the doctor says so. As  ...

Acamol
...  rarely associated with physical discomforts to those who are taking this medication. However, misuse is highly discouraged- particularly taking it with alcohol as it could cause serious damage to the liver, or bleeding in the stomach. If unsure about taking Acamol for the treatment of fever, aches and pains, consult the doctor and openly discuss the medical history, and any serious medical  ...

Geodon
...  to be given Geodon for treatment, the doctor will prescribe a certain dose and a schedule. Those with irregular heart rate or other heart problems, Long QT syndrome, high blood pressure, disease in the liver, diabetes or hypoglycemia, sluggishness or dizziness, seizures, and special cases such as Alzheimer’s disease should not be given Geodon, or should be closely monitored if there are  ...

Rescriptor
...  to infect other cells in the body. Rescriptor inhibits the spread of the virus and blocks the reverse transcriptase responsible for producing new copies of DNA. It is metabolised by enzymes in the liver and has the potential for interactions with a wide variety of medications. RESCRIPTOR INGREDIENTS Each rescriptor tablet contains 100 or 200 mg of delavirdine mesylate . Inactive  ...

Accu Tap
...  shows no harmful effects that should cause any worry from breastfeeding their newborns. When used properly, Accu-Tap rarely causes any discomfort. However, misuse and overdose can create damage to the liver. Alcohol when taken with Accu-Tap is also dangerous as alcohol may cause bleeding in the stomach due to its capacity to increase the potential toxicity of the drug. A patient’s  ...


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