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Brilique (Ticagrelor) Tablets

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Brilique tablets contain the active ingredient ticagrelor, which is a type of medicine called an antiplatelet.

Hi i’m garvin is telecaster son brillig so brilliant is it useful is for reducing the risk of our throat from but events so such as a heart attack stroke further heart attacks or death in people who have had a heart attack are having severe chest pain caused by unstable angina burnie tablets are given in combination with low-dose aspirin unless aspirin is unsuitable

So how does it work pretty tablets contained the active ingredient ticagrelor which is a type of medicine called an antiplatelet sometimes referred to as a blood thinning medicine ticagrelor works by preventing the action of a natural substance called adenosine diphosphate or adp adp is one of the chemicals in the body that causes platelets to clump together and

Start to process or some blood sloshing belleek binds to a specific area on the platelets known as the p2 y12 receptor so how do you take it pratik tablets are usually taken twice a day they can be either with or without food you should not stop taking this medicine until your doctor tells you to if you stop taking believe too soon this may increase your chances

Of having another heart attack or stroke it’s not to be used in people with any active bleeding for example from a peptic ulcer or brain hemorrhage and people who have recently had bleeding inside the skull intracranial hemorrhage and also moderate to severe lis decreased liver function and in people taking the antifungal ketoconazole the antibiotic theory –

My son written over or at has anniver for hiv infection or the antidepressant neff acetone it’s not to be used to hide from pregnancy or breastfeeding this medicine is not recommended for people having kidney dialysis or people with kidney problems caused by raised levels of uric acid in the urine the safety and efficacy of dis med in children and adolescents

Under 18 years of age has not been established it is not recommended for this age group this medicine should not be used if you are allergic to any of its ingredients please inform your doctor or pharmacist if your previously experienced such analogy if you feel you have experienced an allergic reaction stop using this medicine and inform your doctor or pharmacist

Immediately its pregnancy and breastfeeding so there is no information available about the safety of this medicine for use during pregnancy the manufacturer states that it is not recommended for use during pregnancy and a contraception should be used to avoid pregnancy while taking this medicine seek further medical advice from your doctor also it is not known if

This medicine passes into breast milk the manufacturer states that it should not be used during breastfeeding mothers who need to take this medicine should not breastfeed again seek further medical advice from your doctor about this so the main side effects the common side effects will be nosebleeds bleeding at injection sites bleeding in the stomach or bowels

Bruising shortness of breath and more uncommon side effects will be headache dizziness disturbances of the gough such as abdominal pain nausea vomiting and diarrhea indigestion information of the stomach or gastritis bleeding gums bleeding inside the scholar brain and bleeding in the eyes coughing or performing blood and blood in the urine for joining bleeding rash

Itching the side effects i’ve just outlined may not include all of the side effects reported by the medicines manufacturer for more information about any other possible risks associated with this medicine please reach the information provided with the medicine or consult a doctor or pharmacist so how can this medicine affect other medicines it is important to tell

Your doctor or pharmacist what medicines you are already taking including those both without a prescription and her herbal medicines before you start treatment with this medicine similarly check with your doctor or far before taking any new medicines why taking this warmer to make sure that the combination is safe the medicines listed below increased the blood

Level of bruh leak which could increase the risk of its side-effects these medicines should not be taken in combination with belleek so these are artisan ever clara to my son kira connoisseur nevada dawn and retina ver the medicines listed below may also increase the blood level of brillig but a lesser extent than the ones i’ve just said they should be used with

Caution in combination with blake and those are and print over a prep patent cyclosporine diltiazem rich my son fluconazole quinidine ran verapamil so the medicines next without medicines may decrease the blood level of brillig which could make it less effective these medicines should be avoided where possible while you were taking belleek and he’s a carbamazepine

Dexamethasone phenobarbital phenytoin and riffin poison there may be an increased risk of bleeding if brillig is taken in combination with the next set of medicines which also affect your charging they would be plop integral dobby kathrine die pyramidal and glycoprotein inhibitors such as tire of a burner also heparin in a frost and low molecular weight heparin

Medicines that break down clots from politics for example alteplase and streptokinase also non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like naproxen ibuprofen and diclofenac and oral anticoagulants such as warfarin revoir oxygen and the ssri antidepressants such as varsity in paroxetine and citalopram and then effects in if you’re taking any of these medicines that have

Just mentioned you should be carefully monitored for any signs and bleeding during the first weeks of treatment with brillig and following any surgery so give any questions you can contact me to the life pharmacist on the website you can email me your call in to lynch’s pharmacy in cork thank you for watching and have a nice day

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Brilique (Ticagrelor) Tablets By G. J. Lynch