Alternative Of Injection Neohepatex

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Mohan Shah Says:


Doctor Prescribed Injection Neohepatex, but it is not available in India Market so suggest alternative one which now available in Market,


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Rahim Mondal Says:

kindly suggest an alternative of Neo Hepatex injection 20mcg/62.5g/1ml


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Rahim Mondal (# 1) --

Kindly share me the alternative options of newhepatex- 10 ml

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