Vastarel 20mg For Cardiology Patients

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Verwon Says:

Trimetazidine is an anti-anginal medication, used to treat Angina, heart failure and diabetic patients with coronary heart disease.

As to side effects or anything, there is very scarce information available on it.

Was this prescribed for you?


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