Difference Between Clopilet 75 And Ecosprin Gold?

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Manisekhar Says:
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My cardiologist has prescribed me to take clopilet 75, ecosprin gold, telzy 4mg and zintac 15mg. But i have a doubt that the clopilet 75 and ecosprin gold are the same?? Should i use both?? Please reply.



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Abdul Says:

I had to undergo angioplasty on 08.05.2017. There were three blocks and three stents were required. At the time of discharge on 10.05.2017, the doctor told me that the Ecospirin and Cloplet are to be taken with other medicine and not to stop them even at the time of any surgery without the consultation of any Cardiologist. But at the time of review on 16.05.2017 Ecospirin was avoided and Cloplet was prescribed. Is the practice correct?

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