Trypsin Rutoside Bromelain Diclofenac

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Trypsin Bromelain Rutoside Trihydrate Diclofenac Tablets
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Kindly provide the brand name and label claim for Trypsin Bromelain Rutoside Trihydrate Diclofenac Tablets, Thanks ## There is a product made by APOR PHARMA and the brand name is REVOZYME FORTE tabs costing 10T 299.08 ## Youmay contact , Apor Pharma, Mr. Dinesh Dhiman 103, CHALLENGER 1, THUKUR VILL. SCHEME, KANDIVALI EAST, Mumbai - 400101, Maharashtra, India Ph Mr. Dinesh Dhiman Ph 918059780001 SYTXB ## Please provide the use/effect of trypsin bromelain, rutoside trihydrate & diclofenac sodium tablets. ## Please give me information regarding doses of tab revozyme forte in paediatric patient ## Enzoflam-SV ## Trybr-D tabs are combined with Trypsin Bromelain Rutoside and Diclofenac sodium. Product is of Indico Remedies India... ## Take ' Disencher ' its a dispersible form of t... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Diclofenac.
Sun, Oct 01 '17, 5:57 AM
trypsin bromelain & rutoside trihydrate tab
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each coated tab contains : trypsin BP 96 mg bromain 180 mg rutoside trihydrate BP 200 mg total proteotytio activity 1095 FIP units. ## Just to add some more information: It appears this would mainly be used to help with digestive problems. Thanks for posting. Does anyone have any information to add? ## What is the combine process of Trypsin, Bronmelain, rutoside trihydrate BP ## Trypsin, rutin and bromelain used together has been shown in studies to be as effective against osteoarthritis pain as Diclofenac. These ingredients also have the benefit of helping with digestion. And Rutin will help with hemorroids. " Participants: A six-week, multi-center, randomized, double-blind, parallel-group trial was conducted with 96 volunteers (28 men and 70 women, mean age approximately 56.5 year... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Diclofenac.
Thu, Jul 04 '13, 3:11 AM
toxicity of trypsin bromelain rutoside trihydrate tab
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tab given with diclofenac for my knee pain my mri report-mild to moderate degenrative changes involving the medial tibiofemoral and patellofemoral articulation in form of thinning of the articular cartilage and marginal osteophytes . extrusion and thinning of the body of the medial meniscus with oblique tear involving its postr horn. moderate knee joint effusion predominately in in supra patellar recess ...
Updated 2 years ago in Diclofenac.
Tue, Jan 27 '15, 8:49 AM


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