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CKD, advised Cetil and Mircera. Correct medicines?

My father has been detected CKD and has been advised to take certain medicines. His serum creatinine level is 2.8. the medicine prescribed to him are: tab cetil 200, tab pan d, tab doxovat 400mg, cap nerveup, tab asomex, tab ferrium, tab c-z pam 0.5, tab pacitane 2 mg, tab nexito 10 mg, Injection Mircera 75 mg fortnightly and injection wepox safe 5000. I just want to know whether these medicine has been prescribed correctly or i have to drop some medicine from the list or should i add some new medicine? Also suggest me what medicine to give him for good appetite . thanks. anil chaurasia
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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IHi and welcome. I am not sure what is contained in DOXOVAt tablet?? Your dad seems to be on two erythropoietin preparations (Wepox and Mercera) which is usual - both have the same effect, hence why prescribe together? Kindly check this with your nephrologist. The key is to ask ur doctor as to why ur dad's kidneys are working less well? His BP and any diabetes (if he has it) should be well controlled. Best wishes
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