Overdose On Losartan

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mick Says:


What are the effects of overdosing on losartan, multiple 100 mg tabs?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mick! How are you?

If you know someone that took too many, they should seek emergency medical attention. That amount could cause a fatal overdose, due to the fact that it lowers both blood pressure and heart rate, so having them fall too low could cause heart and/or respiratory failure, as listed by the FDA.

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Nakshatra Says:
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Hi. A couple of hours back my cousin took 3 losartan h tablets. What will be the consequences? Please reply back asap... The patient is age 25.

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Friend of a friend Says:

What will happen if a person overdosed on multiple Losartan Co Unicorn 100/25 and Carloc 12.5 at one time?

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