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Diabetic, having gastric problems, thyroid. ECG rhythm not normal. Prescribed medications. Is it serious?

hi my mother is suffering from high gastric problem from past 3 years,she is a diabetic patient and thyroid too,her age is 55,she had very bad pain ,her ECG rhythm is not normal ,doctor has asked to admit in ICU and have prescribed the below medicine,sorbitrate 5mg,atocor 20mg, plagril myonit sr 2.6,sucral syrup, spasmoproxyvon inj,and reglan inj. are these medicine correct for her ,would like to know tht how serious is this matter please help me asap
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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hi there, first of all I would like to advise you tht you should always follow the instructions of the attending doctor as he is in direct contact with the patient and knows their history well. So if the doctor has advised admission then please do so. The medicines prescribed are as per the symptoms of the patient and am sure that they are correct and required for her condition. Do not stop any medication without the attending doctors's advise and do follow up with him. If the ECG is not normal then it is a matter of concern and you should not neglect it Take care,
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