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Heart attack can be treated by Aspirin, Plavix, Metoprolol tartrate, Lisinopril, Lipitor (latest reports from 193,884 Heart attack patients)
Gastroenteritis proteus has been reported by people with crohn's disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, breast cancer metastatic, immunodeficiency disorders (latest reports from 15 Gastroenteritis proteus patients).
On Oct, 22, 2016
No report is found.
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my son had a heart attack 8 years ago in Australia. age 39 had stent inserted in aorta Diagnosed as having sticky blood. He get swelling in feet, all joints swell knees elbows etc, also has trouble keeping inr level stable, so get lots of bad bruising.I wonder if he need medication changes. ...
I had a heart attack on 4-17-15 and have had afib for 2-3 years. My current meds are metaprolol, digoxin, warfarin, Lipitor, sertraline, lisinopril, levothyroxine, and nexium. Since then, I have developed numbness and tingling in my legs and feet, especially after sitting for a while. Cardiac ...
i am dr gaurav singhal.i am an interventional cardiologist.i saw a patient today having acute coronary syndrome with acute awmi.he was on iatroconazole since 2 month.i didnot read any side effect of this drug.it can be a coincidence
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