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Cova-H 80/12.5mg Tab
Cova-H 80/12.5mg Tab is a useful and efficient medication for lowering hypertension. It is a combination of two drugs, which aid in reducing the burden on the heart and arteries.
This Tablet does so by decreasing blood pressure. Thus, it helps in the prevention of various cardiovascular problems, such as heart attack, failure of the heart and kidney damage.
This medicine is indicated in treatment of,
- Heart Failure
- Post-Myocardial Infarction.
Side Effects Of Cova-H 80/12.5mg Tab
- Increased blood urea nitrogen
- dry cough.
When Not To Use
It is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to the drug.
- Take when you eat.
- Move slowly to change position.
- Include potassium-rich foods in your diet , such as orange juice and bananas.
- If you are diabetic be sure to check your blood sugar levels frequently and inform your doctor about any changes.
This medicine is not advised for patients who suffer with the kidney (kidney) decompensation as well as anuria (non-passage of urine).
- The interaction of drugs can alter how your medication function or may increase the risk of serious adverse consequences.
- This guideline does not cover all interactions that could occur between drugs.
- Keep a list of all the products you use (including prescription/nonprescription drugs and herbal products) and share it with your doctor and pharmacist.
- Do not begin or stop or alter the dose of any medicine without the permission of your doctor.
- Certain products that could interfere with this medication include: dofetilide, lithium.Certain products contain ingredients that may increase you blood pressure or increase swelling.
- Discuss with your pharmacist the medications you’re using, and ask about how to make use of them in a safe manner (especially cough and cold products such as diet aids, cough and cold products, or NSAIDs like Naproxen and ibuprofen).
- Do not take this medication in cases of the case of severe the renal (kidney) kidney disease.
- People who suffer from Gout (painful joints) or the condition known as diabetes (raised blood sugar levels) and moderate to high cholesterol levels must be cautious.