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PRAMOD KUMAR BHATIA Says:
 
TWO TIMES BLEEDING FROM RIGHT NOSE ON 080211 AND 110211.HIPER TENSION AND HIGH BP DIOGNOSED BY DOCTOR AND PRESCRIBED-TAB AMTAS 50 AND HOPACE H-5 ONCE A DAY.

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Ankita Kumar Says:
 
can Amtas-M-50 be given to a high BP patient suffering from bronchitis

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