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Use of lasix - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Liver and Gall Bladder
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Doctor :   hi
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Doctor :   hi
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User :   sir i want to know the use of lasix for liver cirrhosis patient
Doctor :   ok
User :   renal failure also there
Doctor :   who is suffering from cirrhosis
User :   my relative
Doctor :   since when he has been suffering from cirrhosis
User :   last 6 months
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   lasix is a diuretic
User :   ok
Doctor :   does your relative has swelling of legs
User :   whether it will affect the function of kidney also sir?
User :   no
Doctor :   it is used for patients with high blood pressure, heart disease, renal disease
Doctor :   it helps to reduce edema
User :   sir how this hepamez supports liver function?
User :   sir the meaning of edema?
Doctor :   edema means swelling
User :   thank you sir wat abt this hepamez?
Doctor :   heapmerz acts as preventing damage of liver
Doctor :   it is given through infusion

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