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Thu, Jul 19 '12, 8:33 AM
use of Tablet Enractin
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what is the use of enractin tablet? I got muscular tear in my right knee a few days back. Its painful and its extremely difficult to walk. along with this I have also been given etoricoxib-120 mg tablets. ## Enractin contains bromelain 90 mg, rutoside trihydrate 100 mg and trypsin 48 mg. These are digestive enzymes, used to help with digestive problems, which are also believed to help with inflammation. Learn more: Trypsin Details Bromelain Details Rutin Details Etoricoxib is a Cox-2 inhibitor that's used to treat pain and swelling. Etoricoxib Details Are there any other questions? ## I have one more query. The doctor has prescribed etoricoxib tablets for two weeks and enractin for ten days. I read somewhere on the internet that etoricoxib should not be taken regularly for more than... ...
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Sun, Oct 11 '15, 5:36 AM
enzomac tablet
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composition of enzomac and enractin tablets ## contents of tab. enzomac forte ## This has been asked about several times recently and I cannot find any information on what it contains or what it is used to treat. Do you have any other information on it? What country are you in? ## Enzomac contains Trypsin,Bromelain & Routoside by macleods pharma ## true contents of Enzomac forte , Revozyme forte and many other are Trypsin 96 mg Bromelian 180 mg rutoside trihydrate 200 mg ...
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