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Dr. Andrew Rynne
Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Exp 50 years

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    Does intake of Cognix help in curing occasional dizziness?

Hi Doctor, My Dad is having dizziness at times. He had undergone By-pass surgery 15 years ago. Our doctor has advised to COGNIX for a month. We dont know what is it for ? He is having difficult in hearing as well... He s 74 years old. I want to know , COGNIX is used for what ? Thanks Ram
Thu, 1 Sep 2016
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Cognix contain piracetam. It is used as cognitive enhancer such as for improvement of memory and intelligence. It improves general cognition when supplemented by people in a state of cognitive decline, such as the kind that comes with aging. It is not used for treatment of dizziness. It is sometimes recommended after bypass surgery because during bypass surgery there is death of brain cells caused by hypoxia. Cognitive impairment has been seen after bypass surgery.
1.     Cinnarizine 25 mg per oral when dizziness occurs
2.     Continue Cognix for 1 month
3.     Investigation - ECG
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