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Are clopitab 75 and clopivas 75 same medicine ?

Hi am rofiqulalam my father is a heart surgry patient and he checked his heart jz few months ago now the problem is we live in bangladesh so the medicine which is prescribed we dont find in our country?the CLOPIVAS 75 ,i find CLOPITAB 75 my father taking ecosprin 150 also,so will he take clopitab75 .Are they same madicine.
Asked On : Wed, 28 Sep 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello.Welcome.Yes both are same medicines.The basic salt is CLOPIDOGREL and is given for anti platelet role.Side effects are diarrhea,epigastric pain and rashes.Good luck.
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Pediatrician, Infectious Diseases Dr. Hema Yadav's  Response

Thanks for the query.

Yes Clopivas 75 and Clopitab75 are the same medicine containing clopidogrel 75 mg .so you can use clopitab75 also .

But if a person has been started this medicine by doctor for heart problems, he should go for regular check ups as advised by doctor for proper dose adjustment and prevention of sideeffects.

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