Combination Of Olopatadine With Ambroxol

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EKTA SHARMA Says:


what is the brand name of ambroxol with olopatadine combination in india? this combination is recently approved by the indian government and also available on the site of CDSCO.



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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry, but we are based in the U.S. and finding information on drugs in foreign countries can be difficult.

The only information I can find lists just under the active ingredients, the Olopatadine and the Ambroxol and not any particular name brand.

Have you tried asking a doctor, or pharmacist/chemist?


It would be used to treat allergies and respiratory disorders.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Olopatadine/­

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Ambroxol/­

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kusum mori Says:

what is the brand name of olopatadine+montelukast combination.. nd this combination is recently approved in india. nd available in site CDSCO

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ratan yadawar Says:

what is brand name of olapatadine hcl with ambroxol hcl combination in india ?

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vaibhav sanghvi Says:

which company has done clinical trial on olopatadine & ambroxol combination for approval in market?

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laveena Says:

what is brand name of olapatadine with ambroxol combination in india ?


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Bhagyashree Patel Says:

what is brand name of olapatadine with ambroxol combination in india ?




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chauhan Vaishali Says:

What is brand name of ambroxol and oiopatadine

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