Rebamipide Mucosta

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Crystal Says:
Rebamipide is indicated for the treatment of gastric mucosal lesions (erosions, bleeding, redness, and edema) in the following conditions: acute gastritis and acute exacerbation of chronic gastritis: The usual adult dosage of Mucosta ® Tablet is one tablet (100 mg) orally three times daily. Gastric ulcers: The usual adult dosage of Mucosta ® Tablet is one table (100 mg) orally three times daily, in the morning, in the evening and before bed.

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I am very interested in knowing how to obtain rebamipide. does anyone know how to go about it? thanks

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