Difference Between Deplatt And Deplatt A 75

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D N J Says:


My father is was previously taking Deplatt A 75, Now he was not able to go to the doctor since last five months, So he was recommended Deplatt 75 Mg.. Wats the difference between the two?



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Verwon Says:

The regular Deplatt just contains the active ingredient Clopidogrel, which is used to prevent blood clotting and you can learn more Clopidogrel details here.

But the Deplatt-A contains Clopidogrel and Aspirin, which is added for additional blood thinning and you can learn more Aspirin details here.

He really shouldn't switch, without his doctor's approval.

What was he taking it to treat?



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D N J Says:

He was previously taking this for diluting the blood.

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NEERAJ JAIN Says:
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My father taking depllat with warf 3 and 5 mg on alternative days but now doctor adviced him to take only warf 3 with depllat A. is this advisable as on one side reduceses warf 5 to warf 3 and other side recommending depllat A instead of depllat. pl advice

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Ashok Says:
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My blood pressure became erratic now while I (male 67) was taking Deplatt (Clopidogrel) 75 after a minor brain stroke with replace 50 since 2015. Now my doctor has suggested I take Sartel with Razel cv 10/75. My BP is stable now but will it help against blood clotting? Please guide me.

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Sushanta Says:
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My cardiologist has advised to take deplattA75.My diabetologist suggested that I take deplatt 75.My blood creatine is 1.22.Hamoglobin 12.6.Sugar fasting is 89.HbA1c is 6.I am confused that what to take?Age 72yrs.

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Reviewlet kylla Says:
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My doctor prescription is Deplatt A75.. Unfortunately today my brother bought Deplatt.. Due to lock down I could not exchange the medicine as pharmacy are far away.. What should I do??

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