Losartan Potassium And Atenolol

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Nitin Says:
in need the same contain in one tab in low cost ( Low Price ),Losartan Potassium ip 50mg, And Atenolol 50mg
please inform me the company name and the brand name

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Verwon Says:
As far as I know, there isn't one available that contains both medications in one tablet.

Learn more Losartan details here.

Learn more Atenolol details here.

One thing you could do, however, is check with your doctor and see if there is an alternative medication you can use that would be just one tablet.

Have you tried asking them about it, yet?

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