Atorvastatin calcium: 27,740 reports
Active ingredients: atorvastatin calcium
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How effective is Atorvastatin calcium?
- High blood cholesterol - reported by 710 people
- High blood pressure - reported by 29 people
- Blood cholesterol decreased - reported by 19 people
- Hyperlipidaemia - reported by 14 people
- Coronary heart disease - reported by 11 people
Alternative drugs to Atorvastatin calcium
- High blood cholesterol
- High blood pressure
- Blood cholesterol decreased
- Coronary heart disease
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