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dr.r.n.prasad Says:
anti diarerial

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Verwon Says:
This medication has been banned in the US. It is now manufactured in India and contains Diphenoxylate HCl 2.5 mg, Atropine Sulphate 0.025 mg and Furazolidone 50 mg.

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Jaggu Says:
Can Norfloxacin and Rifampicin be taken together

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