Chymoral Bd Tablet

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Chymoral Ap

chymoral AP- the fully powered anti inflammatory ,analgesic having a trio combination of trypsin,chymotrypsin 6:1 ,50,000 A.U. paracetamol 500mg,and aceclofenac 100mg.now freely available all leading medical stores. the product of ELDER PHARMACEUTICAL LTD. ## can you prescribe me dosage for chymoral ap tablet ## the dose for an avg adult would be BD for chymoral AP. ## dosage: adult one tablet bid ## I was hurt below my left knee, when I hit against the centre table. Midway between knee and ankle. Ice and hot pack done. Took combiflam tab. Swelling is less but it hurts when walking. Dr suggested Chymerol. What is this tab. I am 55 years and no other prob. ...

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use of atorvastatin20

uses of atorvastatin 20 tabs? How long can it be taken? Can chymoral forte and atorvastatin 20 can be taken together? My problem is that I have mild pain in my jaws below ear and neck referred to above the eyes followed be release of air/gas. release of air/gas relieves from the pain. MRI of head, USG of neck of parotid gland performed, nothing abnormal, rbs 103 normal, hb 15. doctor has advised me to take atorvastatin 20, Bd+ Mecobalamin and multivitamins, antioxidants and minerals. These taken for more than 20 days, Problem is not completely ruled out. Tension persists. What should I do? Pl. advise & oblige. thanks. ...

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Haemarhrosis and deep degloving wound

last yesterday, my mom was hit by a rickshaw. and now she has a minor fracture. diagnosis: left knee Haemarhrosis and deep degloving wound please suggest me i need your help and feedback medication: 1. cap amoxysis cv 2. tab clindamycin 3. tab rekool 20 mg 4. tab hifenac p 5. tab codense 6. tab euzoheal bf 7. tab zamadol (50) 8. chymoral forte bd ...

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