Neobloc, Omempron, Aldactone, Cozaar, Lantus And Humalog

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I have a patient, my wife, whom I personally take good care at home. She has liver cancer.
The following medicine are administered to her as maintenance: Neobloc tablet 50mg, omempron capsule 20mg, aldactone tablet 50mg, cozaar tablet 50mg, lantus and humalog insulin. Now, I want to know the functions/purpose of above mentioned medicines. Thank you very much.

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Roy Says:

Sorry to hear about your wife. I hope that she may find some relief.

Neobloc contains the active ingredient Metoprolol which is used mainly to treat high blood pressure.

Omepron contains the active ingredient Omeprazole which is used to treat stomach conditions such as peptic ulcers, gerd, etc. It basically helps to inhibit the amount of stomach acid produced.

Aldactone is used to help treat heart failure and blood pressure.

Cozaar is another blood pressure medicine.

Lantus is a brand of long-acting insulin known as Insulin Glargine which is used to help control the blood sugar of those with diabetes.

Finally, Humalog is considered an Insulin Analog which could serve the purpose of either being faster acting or longer lasting than other forms of Insulin.

I hope this information helps and I wish you and your wife the best!

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Evangeline Says:

I am suffering from foot pains because of nerve problems due to type 2 diabetes. I was prescribed lyrica for the pains.What other drugs could I take for this problem?It bothers me a lot especially at bed time. Is there no cure for that?

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Bob Says:

I have a diabetic ulcer on the bottom of my foot for two years. I go to a foot Dr. every month and he cuts the callus around the ulcer. but nothing else. Is there any better things to help? Is there any medicines to use? thank you

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