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Summary

Chest pain is a condition which is characterised by mild to severe pain. Chest pain is often scaring because it closely mimics a heart attack and other heart diseases. However, you are recommended to get it checked by a medical professional if the pain does not subside with basic medications. It is important to note that there are many organs in our chest beside the heart such as our stomach, lungs, pancreas, gallbladder, etc along with other structures like muscles, ribs, nerves, and the skin. Hence, a chest pain can originate from any of the above-mentioned structures. Sometimes, your chest pain may be relieved on its own, but if it doesn’t, it is very important that you get yourself diagnosed. Your doctor will treat you based on the underlying causes with medicines, lifestyle modifications or if needed, a surgery may also be performed.

  1. Types of Chest Pain
  2. What is Chest Pain
  3. Chest Pain Symptoms
  4. Chest Pain Causes & Risk Factors
  5. Prevention of Chest Pain
  6. Diagnosis of Chest Pain
  7. Chest Pain Treatment
  8. Chest Pain Complications
  9. Medicines for Chest Pain
  10. Doctors for Chest Pain

Types of Chest Pain

Chest pain can be classified as follows:

Based on severity:

  • Mild pain is the pain that typically comes and goes and is usually tolerable in nature.
  • Moderate pain is when the pain that begins to interfere with and distract you from conducting daily activities.
  • Severe pain is when the pain becomes unbearable and needs immediate medical attention.

Based on character

  • Sharp pain - A sudden spike of pain which is of a high intensity is called sharp pain.
  • Dull pain - A dull pain is usually mild to moderate in severity. However, it can exaggerate by pressing the body part where the pain is experienced.
  • Stabbing pain- A stabbing pain feels as if a knife has been pierced through your body. It is of high intensity and is unbearable.
  • Boring pain-Boring pain is a piercing type of pain which you feel in deeper parts of your body.
  • Throbbing pain-The pain which is of beating type or which comes with the pulse is known as a throbbing pain.
  • Burning pain-A pain which causes a burning sensation in the affected body part is known as burning pain.
  • Tingling pain-Tingling pain is felt as a needle-prick-like or sting-like pain.
  • Pressure pain-If the affected part of your body feels tightness or fullness along with pain, it is called pressure pain.

Based on location

The chest area can be divided into left, right, and centre. Pain could be felt in any of these areas.

A radiating pain is the one where the pain spreads from the chest to other parts of the body such as the neck, jaw, or arm.

Based on duration

  • Acute pain is when you are experiencing a pain which develops in a short duration of time. A sudden and severe pain in the chest requires urgent medical attention.
  • Chronic pain is when you have been experiencing the pain for a long period of time (more than 3 months, either continuously or intermittently).
  • Recurrent or episodic pain is when the pain is experienced every once in a while. The time period between two successive episodes may be regular or irregular. In between the episodes, the person does not feel the pain.
  • Breakthrough pain is when you experience a dull pain for a long period of time and it has intermittent episodes of sudden sharp pain. This sudden sharp pain is known as breakthrough pain.

Based on the kind of damage

  • Nociceptive pain
    Nociceptive pain is the pain which occurs due to a damage inside the tissues. When the damage is of the surface tissues of the chest such as the skin, dermis, etc, it is called somatic pain. When the damage occurs in the internal organs in the chest, such as lungs, gallbladder, pancreas, heart, etc, it is called visceral pain.

  • Neuropathic pain
    When the damage occurs in a nerve that supplies to the chest area, the pain is known to have a neuropathic origin.

  • Psychogenic pain
    When you are under great stress or facing emotional problems, pain is often experienced in the chest area. This pain is most commonly associated with anxiety and panic attacks. It is known as psychogenic pain.

  • Musculoskeletal
    If the muscles of the chest and the ribs are damaged, or when a rib is broken, the pain is said to be of musculoskeletal origin.

What is Chest Pain

A pain in the area between your neck and the lower end of the ribs is known as chest pain. It might be felt as a fullness, tightness, squeezing, burning, or pressure sensation in the chest. There are various symptoms associated with chest pain such as breathlessness, fatigue, sweating, nausea, fever, chills, and in extreme cases, it can also lead to death. There are many reasons for experiencing a chest pain, but only a doctor can give you a definitive answer to what’s causing it.

Chest Pain Symptoms

As we have mentioned above, chest pain that you experience can be of various types. Along with the chest pain, you may also experience the following symptoms:

  • Tightness or crushing sensation in the chest area
  • Fullness in the chest
  • Pain radiating to the neck, jaw or arm
  • A feeling of pressure in the chest region
  • Increased heartbeat or heart rate
  • Shoulder pain
  • Palpitations in which the heartbeat becomes faster, louder, and irregular.
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Fever or chills
  • A cough with yellowish-green sputum or mucus
  • Breathlessness
  • Low or high blood pressure
  • Diaphoresis which is an unexplained excessive or profuse sweating
  • Dizziness may also be experienced. In certain cases, the person may also faint.
  • Fatigue without or with minimum physical activity

When to see a doctor?

If you experience any of the following symptoms, immediately go and see a doctor. If your condition is severe, tell one of your family members or a friend to take you to a doctor or call a doctor.

  • Pain with tightness or crushing sensation in the chest.
  • The pain radiates to your neck, jaw or left arm.
  • Difficulty in breathing or breathlessness.
  • Pain is sudden, severe and does not go away even after taking medications which were previously prescribed by your doctor.
  • Dizziness, anxiety, profuse unexplained sweating, confusion, etc.
  • Continuous chest pain which does not go away.
  • Chest pain which is not relieved by lying down or bending forward.
  • Very low or very high blood pressure.
  • Fever or chills with yellowish-green mucus in your cough.

Chest Pain Causes & Risk Factors

Why does chest pain happen?

The chest area has many structures such as the lungs, heart, pancreas, stomach, gallbladder, ribs, muscles, nerves, etc. Hence, a chest pain may be experienced if there is an underlying condition, damage, injury, infection, tumour, or abnormality in any of the above-mentioned organs.

Heart Problems

Angina is a term used to define a pain characterized by a feeling of pressure or squeezing which occurs in the chest due to an underlying heart problem. Angina and heart attack are two different things. Angina is a warning sign of a heart disease, however, heart attack (myocardial infarction) is a serious disease which can also be fatal if emergency treatment is not given.

  • Inflammation
    In inflammation, a part or organ of the body swells up due to the accumulation of fluid, immune system cells, or foreign body toxins. Inflammation can occur in the sac which surrounds the heart. This is known as pericarditis. It results in a sharp pain in the chest which may spread to your neck or shoulder muscles.

  • Infection
    In some people, infectious bacteria can reach the heart muscles and cause infection. One of such conditions is known is acute bacterial endocarditis. This causes pain in the chest when you breathe, sneeze or cough.

  • Blockage
    When the level of your blood cholesterol is high, it can get accumulated on the walls of one of the arteries which supply blood to the heart (coronary artery). Over a period of time, this plaque can lead to blockage of your coronary artery. This is known as coronary artery disease. In this disease, chest pain occurs because the availability of oxygen to your heart muscles is reduced and in return, the heart has to work harder which causes pain. The pain causes a tightening or pressure sensation in your chest. The pain may also radiate to your neck, jaw, shoulder, or arm. (Read more: High cholesterol)

  • Heart muscle damage
    When the heart muscles do not receive enough oxygen, it leads to heart muscle damage. When this happens, a pain similar to that of angina is experienced in the centre or on the left side of the chest. Although, this pain is severe than that in angina and is the crushing type.

  • Genetic disorder
    In some genetic disorders, the muscle in one part of the heart may become excessively thick. This causes pain in the chest which may also be associated with breathlessness after exercise or intense physical activity. If the muscle keeps thickening over a period of time, it will make the heart work harder to pump blood. As a result, in later stages, you may also experience dizziness, fatigue, fainting, etc. In severe cases, heart failure can also occur.

  • Malfunction of the heart structures
    Sometimes, one or more structures of the heart may not work properly. For example, our heart has valves between the upper and lower chambers as well in the major blood vessels which take blood to and away from the heart. These valves prevent backflow of the blood and make sure that it flows in one direction. If a valve is malfunctioned, such as in mitral valve prolapse, it does not close completely, there won’t be enough pressure generated in the heart chamber to pump the blood. If the prolapse is mild, the disease may not show any symptoms. In moderate to severe cases, the person experiences chest pain which is also associated with other symptoms such as palpitations, dizziness, etc.

  • Tear of an artery
    In a few instances, the wall of an artery of the heart (coronary artery) may tear. This is known as coronary artery dissection. If the aorta (a major blood vessel which carries blood from the heart to be supplied to the rest of the body), it is called an aortic dissection. This leads to filling up of the blood in the chest cavity. This leaking blood accumulates and causes sudden and severe pain in the chest along with a tearing sensation which may be felt in the neck, back or abdomen (the area between the ribs and pelvis).

Lung Problems

  • Inflammation
    A layer of tissue which covers our lungs is known as the pleura. Any irritation in the pleura may result in its inflammation which is known as pleuritis. The pleuritic pain is characterized by a sharp pain in the chest which occurs while breathing, coughing or sneezing.

  • Infection
    Sometimes, our lungs may get infected with bacteria or viruses. In such conditions, you may experience chest pain which is similar to that of pleuritis and occurs while sneezing, coughing or breathing. In pneumonia, the chest pain is dull, aching type which is associated with other symptoms such as fever, cough, chills, etc. Sometimes, pus may also come with the mucus while coughing.

  • Blood clot or blockage
    A blood clot can travel from the bloodstream to your lungs and get itself lodged in there. This clot may result in the development of an acute, sharp pain as seen in pleuritis. It may also cause fever, and in severe cases, the person may go in a state of shock (a life-threatening situation in which enough oxygen doesn’t reach the body and may damage various organs). The blood clot most commonly occurs after a major surgery such as a surgery to remove a tumour or a blood clot or coagulation (thrombosis) in a deep vein.

  • Injury
    In cases of injury due to accidental trauma or a sudden blow to the chest, air may be released into the chest cavity. This is known as pneumothorax. This may cause a sudden and sharp pain which is often associated with a low blood pressure.

  • High blood pressure
    The right side of the heart receives blood from the lungs. Hence, high blood pressure in the arteries of the lungs increases the workload on the right side of the heart. This is known as pulmonary hyperventilation. The chest pain experienced in this condition is similar to that of angina.

  • Disease or allergy
    You may also experience chest pain if you have a disease or an allergy in the airway system such as asthma. The pain is often associated with symptoms like wheezing, shortness of breath, and discomfort while breathing.

Problems of the Digestive system

  • Ulcers
    Ulcers or sores in the lining of the stomach are known as peptic ulcers. You may experience pain and discomfort in the chest area because of them. The pain is often severe and burning type.

  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease
    When the contents of your stomach start flowing back into your food pipe, it is known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). The stomach acid causes a burning pain or heartburn in the lower central region of your chest.

  • A problem in the muscles of the oesophagus
    When the muscles of your oesophagus do not contract in a synchronized manner or contract too much, it causes pain in the centre of your chest. The pain is usually felt while eating food when it travels down your throat.

  • Inflammation
    If your pancreas or gallbladder have inflammation, it can cause chest pain too. Pain associated with the pancreas is felt on the left side, while that of the gallbladder is experienced on the right side. It may also be felt in the centre of the chest and may also radiate to other areas of the body. The pain is sharp and severe in nature. Pancreatic pain is often relieved on bending forward.

  • Hypersensitivity
    Sometimes, your oesophagus may become painful on the slightest of changes in pressure or acidic contents. This is known as oesophagal hypersensitivity.

  • Rupture of oesophagus
    In severe cases of vomiting or after undergoing a surgery, your oesophagus might rupture. It causes a sudden and sharp pain in the chest.

  • Hernia
    A hiatal hernia is a term which used to describe the condition in which your stomach pushes itself into the lower chest region after eating food. Because of this, you may experience fullness, pain, and discomfort in the chest.

  • Epiglottitis
    It is an emergency condition which may obstruct the airway or your baby. The symptoms include shortness of breath, high fever, chest pain, extremely sore throat which may also cause difficulty in swallowing.,

Musculoskeletal Problems

Chest pain may also be felt if you get a muscle sprain or fracture in your ribs. This type of pain is sharp, severe and is felt in the area of the injury.

Costochondritis is one such condition which occurs in babies when the tissue which connects the ribs is inflamed and causes severe chest pain. It may also be associated with a dry cough.

Nerve problems

Conditions in which injury or infection of the nerves which are associated with the chest area occurs such as trauma to the spine, shingles, etc, chest pain is common. In shingles, an infection by varicella-zoster virus occurs along the nerve. This may cause severe pain in the chest, shoulder, and back area. It is often associated with the development of a rash in the area where the nerve lies.

Risk factors
following are a few factors which make you more prone to chest pain:

  • Smoking.
  • Excessive alcohol intake.
  • Obesity (overweight)
  • Immune system disorders which make you prone to infections.
  • High cholesterol in the blood serum increases the risk of coronary artery blockage.
  • High blood pressure increases the workload on our heart.
  • Minimum to no physical activity has a negative effect on your heart and your body as a whole.
  • Eating unhealthy and junk food increases the risk of developing heart and digestive system related problems.

Prevention of Chest Pain

Most causes of chest pain are preventable except for those which are genetic, or allergic.

Following is a list of things that you can do to prevent chest pain:

  • Maintain personal hygiene
    When you maintain personal hygiene effectively, you prevent a number of diseases like pneumonia, tuberculosis, etc.

  • Eat a healthy nutritious diet
    Eating right is the key to a healthy body. Strong immunity is not built in a day. It is developed by always nourishing your body with the required vital nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, and proteins. A low-fat diet will keep your cholesterol under control and prevent the development of heart diseases and the diseases of the blood vessels like high blood pressure, coronary artery blockage, thrombosis, etc.

  • Limit alcohol intake and stop smoking
    This will prevent the development of high blood pressure, lung, heart and liver diseases and cancer associated with alcohol consumption and smoking.

  • Take ample rest at home if you are suspecting infectious disease
    Resting and taking medications on time will help in healing your body faster.

  • Exercise daily
    Regular exercise improves your blood circulation, keeps your heart and lungs healthy, and strengthens your immune system. This will help not only help you in preventing diseases but will also help in fighting against them.

  • Maintain a healthy weight
    A healthy weight is very important in preventing the diseases of the heart, digestive system, pancreas and gallbladder.  

  • Get a routine blood test done every 6 months to rule out any abnormalities or diseases.

  • Get a full body check up once in a year to make sure you are healthy and free of diseases.

  • See a doctor whenever you feel discomfort or have any abnormal symptoms.

Diagnosis of Chest Pain

As we have mentioned above, only a doctor would be able to correctly diagnose the cause of your chest pain. Hence, we urge you not to ignore your chest pain because it has chances of having an underlying serious medical condition.

The diagnosis of your chest pain is highly dependent on your detailed history and physical examination more than the investigatory or diagnostic tests. The diagnosis of your chest pain involves the following steps:

Medical history 
Since it is the most important step in diagnosing the cause of your chest pain, your doctor will ask several questions and conduct a physical examination of your chest area before advising any diagnostic test.

Following are the questions that your doctors may ask to get a clear idea of your condition:

  • Describe your pain?
  • When did the pain occur?
  • In which area did you feet it?
  • For how long did you feel it?
  • Does it go to other parts of your body?
  • Do you feel it after physical activity?
  • Did you also experience other symptoms like fever, chills, nausea, dizziness, sweating, cough with blood or pus, bitter taste in mouth, etc?
  • Do you experience it while breathing, coughing, or sneezing?
  • Does it become severe on pressing the chest area?
  • How is the pain after eating or on empty stomach?
  • How does your pain become severe?
  • Is it relieved by taking medication, resting, lying down, etc?
  • Do you have a rash in the area of pain?
  • Have you been injured recently or in the past?
  • Are you suffering from any medical condition such as high blood pressure diabetes, tuberculosis, liver disease, gallstones, heart disease, kidney disease lung disease, etc
  • Did you undergo any surgery in the chest area?

Physical examination

  • After taking a detailed history, your physician will conduct your physical examination as follows:
  • Measuring the Vital Signs or Vitals: Vitals signs are those clinical measurements which indicate the state of a person’s essential body functions. These include the heart rate or pulse rate, blood pressure, breathing rate, and body temperature.
  • Your physician will measure your blood pressure in both the arms to rule out aortic dissection.
  • Your heart and breathing sounds may also be checked by your doctor using a stethoscope.
  • Following this, your doctor will examine your chest area to check for the presence of a skin rash, an injury or trauma, pain or crackling sound on pressing the affected area, whether your chest expands normally on breathing, or if you have pain on coughing or sneezing.

Diagnostic tests

Following are the tests which may be performed to diagnose your chest pain:

  • Blood Test
    In this test, a sample of blood is drawn from your body. It is examined to estimate the number of blood cells, cardiac (heart) enzymes and proteins, etc. An increase in the number of white blood cells indicates the presence of an infection. Presence of cardiac enzymes and cardiac proteins in the bloodstream indicates a damage to the heart causing their release into the blood circulation. These enzymes and proteins may also indicate a risk of heart attack in future.

  • Sputum test
    If your chest pain was accompanied by a wet cough (a cough with mucus), a sample of the same may be collected to check for the type of infection and its severity. This mucus or sputum sample is put on a plate where bacteria can grow. These bacteria are then tested under a microscope (a device which enlarges the image of small bacteria and substances which cannot be seen with the naked eye) to know if there is a serious infection like pneumonia, tuberculosis, etc.

  • Bronchoscopy
    In this test, a thin tube with a camera and light source attached to it is used which is known as a bronchoscope. Your physician will slide it into your airway through your mouth or nose to reach your lungs. Bronchoscopy gives a clear picture of your airway system and helps in detecting the abnormalities, tumours, bleeding in your windpipe (trachea), bronchus (part of airway system which is present between the trachea and lungs), and lungs.  It is also used to collect the mucus in deeper parts of your airways, especially in babies.

  • Chest X-ray
    A chest X-ray is useful in determining if there is an abnormal enlargement of chest organs such as lungs or heart, deviation of your windpipe, fracture of your ribs, any suspicious area where infection might be present, etc.

  • CT (computed tomography) scan
    A CT scan of your chest area will give a clearer picture of the internal organs. It is useful in determining an abnormal enlargement of the stomach, gallbladder, liver, and pancreas, the presence of gallstones, any changes in the lungs, etc  

  • ECG
    In this procedure, a gel is applied to the skin of your chest and sometimes your arms or legs and sensors (also known as electrodes) are attached to record the electrical activity of your heart. ECG is a test which is done to check if the rhythm and rate of your heart are normal. It is also able to record any damage to the heart.

  • Echocardiography
    Echocardiography is a procedure which is done to check whether your heart, its structures, and blood pumping are normal.

  • Catheterization
    Using a catheter to examine the heart is known as cardiac catheterization. In this procedure, a catheter is inserted in one of your blood vessels in your arm or leg to reach the heart. A dye is then inserted in the catheter which enters the heart and X-rays are taken. This is useful in identifying any blockages in the arteries and in deciding the right surgical procedure which should be done.

  • Angiography
    Coronary angiography or arteriography is a procedure in which a dye is inserted in the blood. When it reaches the heart, X-rays are taken which show a clear picture of the arteries of the heart (coronary arteries). This will help in identifying the presence of blockages.

  • Nuclear Scan
    This procedure uses a radioactive (substances which emit mild radiation) material which is inserted in the bloodstream. This imaging procedure is done to monitor the flow of blood through the heart.

Chest Pain Treatment

Treatment of chest pain depends on the underlying cause and may involve medications, surgery, and lifestyle changes.

Medications

  • Painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs
    If the underlying cause is an inflammation of the internal structures such as the stomach, gallbladder, pancreas, rib cartilages, etc, your physician may prescribe some medications to relieve your pain and reduce the inflammation.

  • Antibiotics and antivirals
    Antibiotics and antivirals are given if the underlying cause of your chest pain is an infection. This will relieve your chest pain as soon as the infection resolves. Antibiotics are usually prescribed with painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce the swelling and pain. It is helpful in treating diseases like pneumonia, pancreatitis, shingles, peptic ulcers, cholecystitis (inflammation of the gallbladder), etc.

  • Antiplatelet drugs
    These drugs are used if the underlying cause is a blockage due to clot formation in the blood vessels. This will prevent the clot from forming and will help to reduce the chances of a blockage. For example, aspirin.

  • Blood-thinning medicines
    These are also known as anticoagulants which prevent the formation of a clot. If a clot has already been formed, they prevent an increase in its size.

  • Clot-dissolving medicines
    They are also known as thrombolytic agents. They dissolve the clots in the coronary arteries. Example heparin, warfarin, etc.

  • Medicines for heart muscles
    Digitalis is a drug which is used to improve the function of the heart muscles and help the heart to pump blood harder. It also helps in improving the heart rhythm.

  • ACE (Angiotensin Converting Enzyme) inhibitors
    These drugs block the action of ACE and prevent the production of angiotensinogen which is a hormone responsible for narrowing the blood vessels. Inhibiting this hormone will reduce the blood pressure (BP) in persons who have high BP. They also help the heart in pumping the blood efficiently.

  • Beta-blockers
    These drugs reduce the blood pressure and workload on the heart.

  • Nitroglycerine or Nitrates
    These are helpful in relaxing the muscles in blood vessel walls and provide relief from chest pain.

  • Calcium channel blockers
    These medicines act in a way similar to that of nitroglycerine and are used to treat blood pressure and chest pain.

  • Diuretics
    These medicines help in reducing the blood pressure by removing fluids and salts from the body. Hence, they are also known as “water pills”. They reduce the workload on the heart and prevent the risk of a heart attack.

  • Cholesterol-controlling medicines
    These drugs reduce the level of low-density lipoprotein (LDL), also known as bad cholesterol. This will reduce the chances of blockage in the coronary arteries.

​​Surgery

If the underlying cause of your chest pain is a blockage, clot, gallstones, or damage of the organs, you may need to undergo a surgery, such as cholecystectomy, pancreatectomy, rib fracture repair, coronary angioplasty and stenting, coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), heart valve replacement, heart transplant, surgery for putting pacemaker, etc.

  • Cholecystectomy
    Removal of your diseased gallbladder.

  • Pancreatectomy
    Removal of a diseased part or whole of your pancreas.

  • Rib fracture repair
    Joining the fractured parts of the rib.

  • Surgery to treat pneumothorax
    It includes pleurodesis (sticking back the pleura together), pleural abrasion (rubbing the pleura to help it stick to the lung), pleurectomy (removal of the pleura so that the lung sticks to the chest wall), etc. All these surgeries prevent the build-up of air or fluid between the pleural membranes.

  • Coronary angioplasty and stenting
    A stent is inserted in an artery of the arm or leg to reach the heart and a small balloon is used to break the plaque which blocked the artery initially.

  • Coronary artery bypass grafting
    A healthy blood vessel is connected or grafted to the blocked artery. Hence, it bypasses the blocked area of the coronary artery and provides a new path for the blood to flow and reach the heart.

  • Heart valve repair or replacement
    This is done to repair or replace the faulty or dysfunctioning heart valve with a new valve.

  • Heart transplant
    In case of a severely damaged heart, a transplant may be done to replace the diseased heart with a new heart from a donor.

  • Pacemaker
    A pacemaker is placed below the chest skin with wires connected to the heart. It helps in maintaining the rhythm of your heart.

  • Surgeries for VAD (Ventricular Assist Device) and TAH (Total Artificial Heart)
    VAD assists the heart to pump blood more efficiently in people with weak hearts. TAH replaces the lower two chambers of the heart to replace failed lower chambers of the heart.

Chest Pain Complications

Although, there are various causes of chest pain which are not very serious, ignoring a chest pain which is continuous, or severe, or comes every once in a while might indicate an underlying serious medical problem. If it is not treated, it may lead to complications that may bring damage to different parts of your body. These complications are as follows:

  • Damage to internal organs
    If the underlying cause is an infection, blockage, malfunction of a heart valve, gallstones, blood clot, ulcers, etc and is not treated on time, it may lead to severe damage of the organs like lungs, pancreas, gallbladder, heart, etc.

  • Sepsis
    If there is an underlying infection, it may cause damage to the involved organ leading to sepsis.

  • Septic shock
    If the infection spreads from its site of origin to other parts of the body through the bloodstream, it is known as a septic shock.

  • Death
    Septic shock can lead to multisystem failure (failure of the major systems of the body) and sometimes death. If the heart muscles are damaged, it may lead to a heart attack, which if not treated immediately may lead to the death of the person.

Dr. Jinagam M Praveen Kumar

Dr. Jinagam M Praveen Kumar

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Dr. Mohit Kumar

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Medicines for Chest Pain

Medicines listed below are available for Chest Pain. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
Amlodac TabletAmlodac 10 Mg Tablet74.0
AmlogardAmlogard 10 Mg Tablet148.0
AmlokindAmlokind 10 Mg Tablet25.0
AmlongAmlong 10 Mg Tablet74.0
AmlopresAmlopres 10 Mg Tablet49.0
AmlosafeAmlosafe 10 Mg Tablet58.0
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Stamlo TabletStamlo 10 Mg Tablet74.0
AcordAcord 5 Mg Tablet29.0
AdpAdp 10 Mg Tablet27.0
AginalAginal 10 Mg Tablet7.0
AldoAldo 10 Mg Tablet43.0
AmcardAmcard 10 Mg Tablet30.0
Amchek TabletAmchek 10 Mg Tablet45.0
Amdac 5 Mg TabletAmdac 5 Mg Tablet25.0
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AmfirstAmfirst 10 Mg Tablet31.0
AmlanAmlan 10 Mg Tablet37.0
Amlan SAmlan S 2.5 Mg Tablet21.0
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AmlodAmlod 5 Mg Tablet12.0
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Amlodipine 5 Mg TabletAmlodipine 5 Mg Tablet3.0
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AmodepAmodep 5 Mg Tablet12.0
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Angicam TabletAngicam 2.5 Mg Tablet9.0
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CalchekCalchek 10 Mg Tablet61.0
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CamlodipCamlodip 10 Mg Tablet46.0
CardCard 10 Mg Tablet33.0
CorvadilCorvadil 10 Mg Tablet46.0
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EsamEsam 2.5 Mg Tablet Tablet 2.5 Mg47.0
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EsloEslo 1.25 Mg Tablet43.0
EspinEspin 2.5 Mg Tablet36.0
KlodipKlodip 2.5 Mg Tablet10.0
LamaLama 10 Mg Tablet33.0
LopinLopin 10 Mg Tablet104.0
MalodipMalodip 2.5 Mg Tablet18.0
MilopinMilopin 2.5 Mg Tablet8.0
MloMlo 10 Mg Tablet12.0
PrimodilPrimodil 10 Mg Tablet46.0
S AmcardS Amcard 2.5 Mg Tablet14.0
SamlodaySamloday 2.5 Mg Tablet23.0
S AmlosafeS Amlosafe 1.25 Mg Tablet10.0
TopdipTopdip 10 Mg Tablet44.0
UdpUdp 5 Mg Tablet6.0
VamloVamlo 2.5 Mg Tablet12.0
A 1A 1 5 Mg Tablet12.0
AaminAamin 5 Mg Tablet29.0
AdblockAdblock 5 Mg Tablet14.0
AmadayAmaday 10 Mg Tablet39.0
AmcaAmca 5 Mg Tablet60.0
AmlibonAmlibon 5 Mg Tablet15.0
AmlinAmlin 5 Mg Tablet11.0
AmlipAmlip 10 Mg Tablet61.0
AmloactAmloact 2.5 Mg Tablet14.0
AmlocareAmlocare 2.5 Mg Tablet19.0
AmlocomAmlocom 5 Mg Tablet18.0
AmlocorAmlocor 5 Mg Tablet24.0
AmloedgeAmloedge 5 Mg Tablet12.0
AmlokemAmlokem 5 Mg Tablet60.0
AmlomedAmlomed 10 Mg Tablet38.0
AmlopenAmlopen 5 Mg Tablet15.0
AmlopilAmlopil 2.5 Mg Tablet20.0
AmloprilAmlopril 5 Mg Tablet13.0
AmlopureAmlopure Tablet18.0
AmlostatAmlostat 5 Mg Tablet32.0
AmlosunAmlosun 10 Mg Tablet48.0
AmlosynAmlosyn 5 Mg Tablet17.0
AmlotrustAmlotrust 2.5 Mg Tablet14.0
Amlovas SAmlovas S 2.5 Mg Tablet Tablet26.0
Avacard (Ranbaxy)Avacard 5 Mg Tablet7.0
AvacardAvacard 5 Mg Tablet7.0
BamloBamlo 2.5 Mg Tablet17.0
BiodipinBiodipin 5 Mg Tablet5.0
BpcBpc 5 Mg Tablet10.0
DefidinDefidin 5 Mg Tablet23.0
Dip TabletDip 10 Mg Tablet26.0
ElpressElpress 5 Mg Tablet20.0
EsamloEsamlo 2.5 Mg Tablet25.0
EsdilEsdil 2.5 Mg Tablet19.0
ExlodepExlodep 5 Mg Tablet27.0
LupidipLupidip 10 Mg Tablet24.0
MyamloMyamlo 5 Mg Tablet19.0
NumloNumlo 2.5 Mg Tablet50.0
OdipineOdipine 5 Mg Tablet12.0
RedipilRedipil 2.5 Mg Tablet35.0
S Amlodipine (Aristo)S Amlodipine 5 Mg Tablet27.0
SamlodonSamlodon 2.5 Mg Tablet19.0
SamlokindSamlokind 2.5 Mg Tablet33.0
S AmlongS Amlong 5 Mg Tablet82.0
SampillSampill 2.5 Mg Tablet29.0
S CamloS Camlo 5 Mg Tablet19.0
SitelodipSitelodip 2.5 Mg Tablet23.0
TenilTenil 50 Mg Tablet22.0
VasogardVasogard 5 Mg Tablet29.0
Arbitel AmArbitel Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet121.0
Hhtelm HHhtelm H 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet88.0
Hytel AmHytel Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet81.0
Inditel AmInditel Am 40 Tablet141.0
Misart AMisart A 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet61.0
Newtel AmNewtel Am Tablet45.0
Ngsart AmNgsart Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet70.0
Ozotel AmOzotel Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet20.0
Tazloc AmTazloc Am 40 Tablet94.0
Teldil ATeldil A 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet68.0
Telfirst AmTelfirst Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet86.0
Telista AmTelista Am 40 Mg Tablet163.0
Telma AmTelma 80 Am Tablet265.0
Telmeron AmTelmeron Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet80.0
Telmicon AmTelmicon Am Tablet47.0
Telmikind AmTelmikind Am 40 Mg Tablet43.0
Telmiprime AmTelmiprime Am 40 Mg Tablet70.0
Telmiride AmTelmiride Am 40 Mg Tablet27.0
Telmisafe AmTelmisafe Am 40 Mg Tablet73.0
Telmisurge AmTelmisurge Am Tablet46.0
Telmitime ATelmitime A Tablet75.0
Telmiyug AmTelmiyug Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet106.0
Telpres AmTelpres Am 40 Mg Tablet109.0
Telsite AmTelsite Am 40 Mg Tablet102.0
Telvas AmTelvas Am 40 Mg Tablet59.0
Telza AmTelza Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet66.0
Telzen AmTelzen Am Tablet68.0
Temax AmTemax Am 40 Mg Tablet87.0
Temsan AmTemsan Am 2.5 Mg Tablet86.0
Temsi AmTemsi Am 20 Mg Tablet44.0
Tlet AmTlet Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet110.0
Venpress AmVenpress Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet74.0
Aldo TlAldo Tl 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet72.0
Amdepin TAmdepin T 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet69.0
Amlodac TAmlodac T 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet128.0
Amlogard TmAmlogard Tm 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet80.0
Amlopin TlAmlopin Tl 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet89.0
Amlopres TlAmlopres Tl 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet46.0
Amlosafe TmAmlosafe Tm 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet59.0
Amloz TsAmloz Ts 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet101.0
Amodep TmAmodep Tm 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet42.0
Amvio TsAmvio Ts Tablet62.0
Aquatel AAquatel A 40 Mg Tablet73.0
Asomex TmAsomex Tm 40 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet149.0
Bp Tel AmBp Tel Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet73.0
Calchek TCalchek T 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet98.0
Cortel ACortel A 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet39.0
Cresar AmCresar Am Tablet46.0
Ecotel AEcotel A 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet89.0
Eldotel AmEldotel Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet66.0
Eritel AmEritel Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet133.0
Espin TmEspin Tm 40 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet70.0
Hitarget AmHitarget Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet69.0
Macsart AmMacsart Am Tablet83.0
Numlo TmNumlo Tm 40 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet90.0
Relmisart ARelmisart A 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet100.0
Rptel AmRptel Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet73.0
Sartel AmSartel Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet146.0
Stamlo TStamlo T Tablet107.0
Targit AmTargit Am 40 Mg Tablet158.0
Telar AmTelar Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet76.0
Telcros AmTelcros Am Tablet75.0
Telday AmTelday Am 40 Mg Tablet106.0
Teleact AmTeleact Am 40 Mg Tablet99.0
Telexia AmTelexia Am Tablet99.0
Telhim AmTelhim Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet75.0
Teli AmTeli Am 80 Mg Tablet108.0
Telizy AmTelizy Am 80 Mg/5 Mg Tablet142.0
Telkom AmTelkom Am Tablet73.0
Telly PlusTelly Plus 40 Mg Tablet57.0
Tellzy AmTellzy 40 Am Tablet164.0
Telmichek ATelmichek A Tablet84.0
Telmijub AmTelmijub Am 40 Mg Tablet73.0
Telmikaa AmTelmikaa Am 40 Mg Tablet96.0
Telminorm AmTelminorm Am 40 Mg Tablet98.0
Telmisat AmTelmisat Am 40 Mg Tablet92.0
Telmivas AmTelmivas Am 40 Mg Tablet66.0
Telmore AmTelmore Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet66.0
Telride AmTelride Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet79.0
Telsar ATelsar A 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet148.0
Telsartan AmTelsartan Am 40 Tablet120.0
Teltor AmTeltor Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet75.0
Temmy PlusTemmy Plus 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet63.0
Tsart AmTsart Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet100.0
Tytan AmTytan Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet66.0
Weltelmi AmWeltelmi Am 40 Mg Tablet79.0
Xstan AmXstan Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet32.0
Zytel AmZytel Am Tablet77.0
AggramedAggramed 5 Mg Infusion4072.97
AggriblocAggribloc 5 Mg Infusion5748.1
AggritorAggritor 5 Mg Infusion4600.0
AgrabanAgraban 5 Mg Infusion5442.5
TerofibTerofib 5 Mg Infusion3838.79
TirocipTirocip 50 Mcg Infusion4300.0
TirofuseTirofuse 5 Mg Infusion3700.0
TirozestTirozest 5 Mg Infusion4200.0
XtrabanXtraban 5 Mg Infusion4310.77
AcrovinAcrovin 100 Mg Injection15.19
FibrobanFibroban 5 Mg Infusion4008.13
TirobanTiroban 5 Mg Infusion3950.0
AggrifibAggrifib Injection4948.0
Aggrilek(Aus)Aggrilek Infusion3832.86
MincovitMincovit Syrup62.98
ArginitricArginitric Capsule75.0
TenataTenata 20 Mg Tablet195.0
PaparinPaparin 2 Ml Injection14.52
Acord AAcord A Tablet49.0
Adp AtAdp At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet43.95
Am AtAm At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet19.05
Amfirst AtAmfirst At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet37.0
AmlobidAmlobid 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet31.2
Amlochem AtAmlochem At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet39.0
Amlogold AtAmlogold At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet35.0
Amlokath AAmlokath A 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet35.51
AmlonovaAmlonova Tablet30.0
Amlopres AtAmlopres At 25 Tablet69.0
Amlotus AtAmlotus At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet35.0
AmnolAmnol 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet49.08
Amodep AtAmodep At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet23.0
Ampace AtAmpace At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tabcap42.86
Ampine AtAmpine At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet21.59
Amrap AtAmrap At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet233.43
Amset XtAmset Xt 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet32.5
AmstenAmsten 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet42.2
AmsurgeatAmsurgeat Tablet13.5
Amtas AtAmtas At 25 Tablet51.5
AmtisAmtis 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet34.5
Aridipine AtAridipine At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet32.0
AtakareAtakare 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet45.71
Atam (Kenn Pharma)Atam 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet18.75
Aten AmAten Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet86.5
Atnol AmAtnol Am Tablet37.82
Avacard AtAvacard At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet10.0
Benol AmBenol Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet27.0
Card AtCard At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet400.0
Diavasc AtDiavasc At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet32.15
DipinolDipinol 25 Mg/5 Mg Tablet26.01
LodolLodol 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet57.11
Malodip AtMalodip At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet32.37
NoldepinNoldepin 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet21.8
Olate AOlate A 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet31.03
Samloday ASamloday A 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet30.77
Stamlo BetaStamlo Beta M Tablet42.0
Systonorm AtSystonorm At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet19.18
Tenorex PlusTenorex Plus Capsule23.96
Theocard AmTheocard Am Tablet22.0
Udp AtUdp At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet15.68
A2A2 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet19.56
Aamin AAamin A 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet44.15
Adblock AtAdblock At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet24.76
Aginal AtAginal At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet66.5
Aldo AtAldo At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet33.0
Amaday AtAmaday At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet30.26
Amca AtAmca At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet89.0
Amcard AtAmcard At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet28.5
Amchek AtAmchek At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet49.6
Amdepin AtAmdepin At Tablet65.0
Amfast AtAmfast At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet47.0
Amlibon AtAmlibon At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet11.25
Amlip AtAmlip At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet55.0
Amlo AtAmlo At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet54.25
AmlobetAmlobet 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet85.0
Amlocom AtAmlocam At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet26.12
Amlodac AtAmlodac At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet80.0
Amloday AtAmloday At Tablet33.5
Amlodus AtAmlodus At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet36.0
Amloedge AtAmloedge At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet21.0
Amlokem AtAmlokem At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet9.48
Amlokind AtAmlokind At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet17.49
Amlomed AtAmlomed At 2.5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet6.87
Amlong AAmlong A 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet43.45
AmlonolAmlonol 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet17.72
Amlopen AtAmlopen At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet75.0
Amlopin AtAmlopin At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet59.0
Amlosafe AtAmlosafe At 2.5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet45.0
Amlostar AAmlostar A Tablet28.61
Amlostat AtAmlostat At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet52.0
Amlosyn AtAmlosyn At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet34.61
AmlotenAmloten 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet39.0
Amlothens AtAmlothens At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet10.0
Amlowin AtAmlowin At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet31.26
Amloz AtAmloz At 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet58.75
Amlozed A TAmlozed A T 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet22.11
Amtas At FAmtas At F 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet83.5
Am TAm T 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet44.1
Amvasc AtAmvasc At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet24.96
Amvio AtAmvio At Tablet39.0
Angicam BetaAngicam Beta 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet18.0
Angitol PlusAngitol Plus 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet12.1
Anol PlusAnol Plus 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet27.9
Atecard AmAtecard Am 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet72.7
Atecard MAtecard M 5 Mg/50 Mg Tabcap36.05
Atemarc AmAtemarc Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet25.0
Atemos AtAtemos At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet35.0
At MAt M 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet50.83
Atol AmAtol Am Tablet54.0
Atwin AmAtwin Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet25.43
Bamlo AtBamlo At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet25.23
B AmlolB Amlol 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet23.05
Beta AmlolBeta Amlol 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet34.15
Betacard AmBetacard Am 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet14.0
Biodipin AtBiodipin At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet44.0
Biopress AmBiopress Am Tablet9.0
Bp AtBp At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet15.0
Bpc AtBpc At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet20.57
B.P.Norm AtB.P.Norm At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet20.21
Check AtCheck At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet55.0
CosloCoslo 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet29.0
Emadine AtEmadine At 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet45.5
Esamlo AtEsamlo At 2.5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet42.68
Etopress AtEtopress At 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet11.87
Exlodep AtExlodep At Tablet25.5
GericardGericard 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet30.77
JoglitJoglit 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet29.81
Mlo AtMlo At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet12.5
Myo 24Myo 24 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet43.96
Nutin SaNutin Sa 25 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet49.51
Odinol AmOdinol Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet20.01
Tenil AtTenil At 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet36.0
TenocabTenocab 50 Mg Tablet56.25
TenochekTenochek 50 Mg Tablet68.5
Adp HAdp H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet37.0
Aldo HAldo H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet33.33
Amvio HAmvio H 5 Mg Tablet27.62
L CoreL Core 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet28.75
Amdepin HAmdepin H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet29.0
Amlodac HAmlodac H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet47.8
Amlong HAmlong H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet81.4
Amlosafe HAmlosafe H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet37.0
Amtas HtAmtas Ht 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet37.5
Asomex DAsomex D 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet86.9
Espin HEspin H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet33.5
Numlo DNumlo D 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet57.95
Stamlo DStamlo D Tablet49.45
Alis AtAlis At 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet45.0
Amcardia AtAmcardia At 2.5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet47.0
Amwel AtAmwel At 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet52.93
Asomex AtAsomex At 2.5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet119.6
Atpure SaAtpure Sa 25 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet67.25
Esam AtEsam At 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet71.0
Esdil AtEsdil At 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet35.9
Eslo AtEslo 2.5 At Tablet119.6
Samlodon AtSamlodon At 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet38.36
Samlokind AtSamlokind At 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet48.4
S Amlosafe AtS Amlosafe At 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet41.6
Sampill AtSampill At 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet49.0
Alis RAlis R 2.5 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet28.87
Ampine RlAmpine Rl 5 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet35.33
Cardace AmCardace Am 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet140.55
Servace AmServace Am 5 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet43.31
StamaceStamace 5 Mg/2.5 Mg Capsule71.0
Cardika AmCardika Am 2.5 Mg/5 Mg Capsule16.5
EslorilEsloril 2.5 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet70.78
Hopace AmHopace Am 5 Mg/2.5 Mg Capsule130.85
Hopecard AmHopecard Am 5 Mg/2.5 Mg Capsule34.67
Race ARace A 5 Mg/2.5 Mg Capsule67.37
Rami RaceRami Race 5 Tablet96.7
Ziram AmZiram Am 5 Mg/2.5 Mg Capsule28.0
Amace BpAmace Bp 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet73.0
Amlo BAmlo B Tablet171.25
Amcard OmAmcard Om 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet60.0
Olkem AmOlkem 20 Am Tablet144.0
Olmeblu AmOlmeblu Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet45.0
Olmedox AmOlmedox Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet41.3
Olmefit AmOlmefit Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet70.0
Olmesar AOlmesar A 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet117.0
Olmezest AmOlmezest Am 40 Tablet168.0
Olmighty AmOlmighty Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet53.7
Olmy AOlmy A 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet140.1
Olraas AmOlraas Am 5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet88.0
Olsertain AmOlsertain Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet77.5
Olsi AmOlsi Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet85.0
Olways AmOlways Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet65.4
Xirtam AmXirtam Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet84.0
Benitec ABenitec A Tablet95.0
Olcure AmOlcure Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet76.18
Olmark AOlmark A 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet100.0
Olmecip AmOlmecip Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet120.0
Olmecros AmOlmecros Am Tablet80.0
Olmecule AOlmecule A Tablet80.88
Olmegard AmOlmegard Am 20 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet93.35
Olmeglare AOlmeglare A 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet71.0
Olmesafe AmOlmesafe Am 5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet79.9
Olmetime AmOlmetime Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet53.24
Olmetor AmOlmetor Am 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet155.0
Olmetrack AmOlmetrack Am Tablet93.5
Olmin AOlmin A 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet90.75
Olmore AmOlmore Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet70.0
Olsavas AmOlsavas Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet86.9
Olsertain Am ActiveOlsertain Am Active 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet232.0
Olvance AmOlvance Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet108.5
Olvas AmOlvas Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet90.4
Omen AmOmen Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet82.0
Pinom APinom A 40 Mg/5 Mg Tablet156.0
Winbp AmWinbp Am 20 Mg/5 Mg Tablet120.7
Amdepin DuoAmdepin Duo 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet41.33
AmlocholAmlochol 2.5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet39.5
AmtorAmtor 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet54.95
Asomex CvAsomex Cv 2.5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet58.41
AtodipinAtodipin 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet69.31
CaduetCaduet 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet588.0
Ctor AmCtor Am 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet78.96
EslovaEslova 2.5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet50.01
Modlip AmModlip Am 2.5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet95.0
NumlotorNumlotor 2.5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet82.4
Zivast AmZivast Am 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet47.0
AmditorAmditor 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet85.9
CorduoCorduo 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet75.38
LipitasLipitas 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet70.0
StamcorStamcor 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet69.3
StarcadStarcad 12.5 Mg Tablet60.0
Aminodrip (Baxter India)Aminodrip Infusion124.53
Amlod LAmlod L 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet37.88
Amlokath LAmlokath L 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet48.93
Amlopres LAmlopres L 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet136.0
Enzopril A (Exotic Lab)Enzopril A Tablet49.17
InaceInace 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet26.25
Manage PlusManage Plus 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet42.86
Aamin LAamin L 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet49.81
AcedipAcedip Tablet78.55
Aldo LAldo L 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet48.2
Amchek LAmchek L 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet71.3
AmlaceAmlace 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet75.75
Amlo LAmlo L 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet54.0
Amlosafe LsAmlosafe Ls 2.5 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet36.0
Amtas LpAmtas Lp Tablet70.0
Biopril AmBiopril Am 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet50.31
Calchek LCalchek L 2.5 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet70.4
Dip ADip A 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet40.66
Etopres LpEtopres Lp 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet23.5
LailaprilamLailaprilam Tablet20.0
LismolLismol 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet35.0
Numlo LNumlo L 2.5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet55.32
Zanlodi LpZanlodi Lp 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet26.25
Amlokem MAmlokem M 2.5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet52.5
Amlovas MAmlovas M 2.5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet73.6
Cardibeta AmCardibeta Am 2.5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet40.0
Embeta AmEmbeta Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet67.5
Lakmet AmLakmet Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet50.0
Metcy AmMetcy Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet50.0
Metlio AmMetlio Am 50 Mg Tablet75.0
Metofid AmMetofid Am 25 Mg Tablet50.0
Metograf AmMetograf Am 25 Mg/5 Mg Tablet42.86
Metolar AmMetolar Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet56.5
Metoright AmMetoright Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet75.0
M Prol AmM Prol Am Tablet25.3
Prolomet AmProlomet Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet70.0
Renace AmRenace Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet35.0
SelomaxSelomax 2.5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet75.2
Tolol AmTolol Am 25 Mg Tablet60.25
Translol AmTranslol Am 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet65.0
Yugprol AmYugprol Am 50 Tablet99.5
Actiblok AmActiblok Am Tablet75.0
Amlogard MetAmlogard Met 25 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet52.37
Amlopin MAmlopin M 25 Mg/5 Mg Tablet65.0
Amtas MAmtas M 25 Tablet111.0
Amvio MAmvio M Tablet57.13
Angicam MAngicam M 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet Er40.0
Beboxia AmBeboxia 50 Am Tablet47.62
Best Beta AmBest Beta Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet58.0
Cymet PlusCymet Plus 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet42.5
Evimeto AmEvimeto Am 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet62.0
Excemet AmExcemet Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet66.66
Grabeta AmGrabeta Am 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet60.0
Gudpres AmGudpres Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet39.93
Kingbeta AmKingbeta Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet105.0
Meritol AmMeritol Am 23.75 Mg/5 Mg Tablet47.0
Metlol AmMetlol Am Capsule63.0
Metlol Sr AmMetlol Sr Am Capsule63.0
Meto AmMeto Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet47.85
Metocard AmMetocard Am 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet90.0
Metonce AmMetonce Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet Xl45.32
Metored AmMetored Am Xl 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet59.05
Metozaar AMetozaar A 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet30.0
Metromax AmMetromax Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet55.0
Metscore AmMetscore Am Tablet70.0
Met Stamlo ActiveMet Stamlo Active 5 Mg/50 Mg Capsule133.55
Met StamloMet Stamlo 2.5 Mg/25 Mg Capsule56.0
Met Xl AmMet Xl Am 5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet107.25
ProamloProamlo 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet56.11
Protol AmProtol Am 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet72.6
Restopress ARestopress A 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet Er45.9
Revelol AmRevelol Am 2.5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet70.5
Sitelol AmSitelol Am Tablet60.45
Supermet AmSupermet Am Tablet95.1
Sustameto AmSustameto Am Tablet92.3
Velol Xl AmVelol Xl Am 25 Mg Tablet48.57
Vinicor AmVinicor Am 2.5 Mg/25 Mg Tablet70.5
Vivalol AmVivalol Am 5 Mg/50 Mg Tablet67.81
Amlokos LAmlokos L 25 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet21.53
AmlozaarAmlozaar 25 Mg/5 Mg Tablet32.76
Angicam LtAngicam Lt 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet30.0
Biozaar AmBiozaar Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet48.25
CovamloCovamlo 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet114.5
Lartan AmLartan Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet50.0
Losar ALosar A Tablet99.0
Lotak ALotak A Tablet58.95
Nusar AmNusar Am 25 Mg/5 Mg Tablet32.3
Repace AfRepace Af 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet96.0
Samloday LSamloday L 25 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet47.17
Alsartan AmAlsartan Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet56.0
Amcard LpAmcard Lp 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet46.0
Amchek ZAmchek Z 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet75.9
Amlovas LsAmlovas Ls 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet80.75
AmsartanAmsartan 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet49.5
Amtas LrtAmtas Lrt 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet65.83
Asomex LtAsomex Lt 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet124.05
Esam LtEsam Lt 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet106.0
Eslo TanEslo Tan Tablet123.6
Lanxes ALanxes A 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet39.8
Lara SaLara Sa 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet98.0
Losaral AmLosaral Am Tablet15.0
LotamLotam Tablet51.0
LozadipLozadip 25 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet25.65
Primodil LPrimodil L Tablet60.0
Relate AdRelate Ad 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet45.25
Repace ARepace A 25 Mg/5 Mg Tablet62.0
Sarpot AmSarpot Am Tablet51.0
TozamTozam 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet96.0
Zilos AmZilos Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet32.75
Zortan AmZortan Am 50 Mg/5 Mg Tablet79.32
Eritel TrioEritel Trio 40 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet148.2
Ozotel AmhOzotel Amh 40 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet20.0
TahTah 40 Mg Tablet119.0
Tazloc TrioTazloc Trio 40 Mg Tablet108.5
Tellzy AhTellzy Ah 40 Mg Tablet136.45
Telma AmhTelma Amh 40 Tablet162.5
Telmeron AmhTelmeron Amh Tablet85.0
Telmikind AmhTelmikind Amh Tablet66.55
Telmipharm AmhTelmipharm Amh 40 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet85.62
Telsite AmhTelsite Amh 40 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet105.37
Amlopres TrioAmlopres Trio 40 Mg Tablet115.0
Arbitel Am HArbitel Am H Tablet111.88
Cortel TrioCortel Trio Tablet45.0
Cresar PlusCresar Plus Tablet126.5
Inditel AhInditel Ah 40 Tablet131.3
OptidozOptidoz 20 Mg/5 Mg/6.5 Mg Tablet95.5
Targit AmhTargit Amh Tablet97.0
Tel AhTel Ah 40 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet137.0
Telcure AmhTelcure Amh Tablet95.0
Telday TrioTelday Trio Tablet99.0
Teleact TrioTeleact Trio Tablet106.0
Telinor AmhTelinor Amh Tablet92.0
Telmed AhTelmed Ah 40 Mg Tablet90.0
Telmichek AhTelmichek Ah Tablet102.8
Telmikaa AmhTelmikaa Amh Tablet44.9
Telmiride AmhTelmiride Amh Tablet30.0
TelmivasTelmivas 20 Mg Tablet38.25
Telpres AmhTelpres Amh Tablet126.4
Telsartan TrioTelsartan Trio Tablet223.5
Tetan TrioTetan Trio Tablet115.05
TrimacsartTrimacsart 40 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet99.0
Zitelmi AhZitelmi Ah 40 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet55.0
Nusar AmhNusar Amh 50 Mg/2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet100.95
TrilopaceTrilopace 50 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet110.0
Tri LosacarTri Losacar Tablet105.5
Amtas PrpAmtas Prp 5 Mg/4 Mg Tablet121.0
Coversyl AmCoversyl Am 10 Mg/4 Mg Tablet147.0
Concor AmConcor Am 5 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet73.0
Bisoheart AmBisoheart Am 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet68.0
Corbis AmCorbis Am Tablet 2.5 Mg64.85
Zabesta AmZabesta Am 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet86.0
Amlodac MAmlodac M Tablet105.0
Asomet XlAsomet Xl 25 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet57.0
Espin MtEspin Mt 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet62.5
Metpure AmMetpure Am 25 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet112.0
ExforgeExforge 10 Mg/160 Mg Tablet840.38
NatrilamNatrilam 10 Mg Tablet96.0
Amlodac DAmlodac D 5 Mg/1.5 Mg Tablet78.0
Nebipil SaNebipil Sa Tablet100.5
Amlovas SnAmlovas Sn 5 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet62.46
Nebycare AmNebycare Am 5 Mg/5 Mg Tablet75.0
Nodon AmNodon Am 2.5 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet71.5
Nubeta SmNubeta Sm 5 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet116.6
Olmin AhOlmin Ah 20 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet99.0
Olraas AmhOlraas Amh 5 Mg/20 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet99.0
Olsavas 3Olsavas 3 5 Mg/20 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet69.3
Tri OlmesarTri Olmesar 20 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet112.0
TriolmezestTriolmezest 20 Tablet118.0
TriolmightyTriolmighty 20 Tablet70.0
Asomex Oh ForteAsomex Oh Forte Tablet180.0
Asomex OhAsomex Oh Tablet118.0
Olmark AhOlmark Ah 20 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet112.0
Olmewon PlusOlmewon Plus 20 Mg Tablet104.3
Olmy AhOlmy Ah 20 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet120.5
ThriomesarThriomesar Tablet141.9
TriolsertainTriolsertain Tablet52.5
Tri OlvanceTri Olvance 20 Tablet118.0
Tripin OmTripin Om 20 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet118.5
Winbp TrioWinbp Trio 20 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet131.8
Omen ActOmen Act 20 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet98.0
Triolmesar ChTriolmesar Ch 20 Mg Tablet109.0
TriolsarTriolsar 20 Tablet102.25
Triolsar HsTriolsar Hs 20 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet114.25
Telmed ActTelmed Act 40 Mg/5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet100.0
Eldotel TrioEldotel Trio 40 Tablet100.0
Telista TrioTelista Trio 40 Mg Tablet93.5
Telma ActTelma Act 40 Mg/5 Mg/6.25 Mg Tablet105.0
TritelsarTritelsar 40 Mg/5 Mg/6.25 Mg Tablet98.9
Tri CardaceTri Cardace 5 Mg/10 Mg/5 Mg Kit149.87
Tri Cardace ForteTri Cardace Forte Kit152.76
ADEL Adonis Ver Mother Tincture QAdonis Ver Mother Tincture Q200.0
Dr. Reckeweg Adonis Ver. QAdonis Ver Mother Tincture Q200.0
Schwabe AngiotonAngioton Drop130.0
Dr. Reckeweg R58Reckeweg R58 Drop For Against Hydrops Drop200.0

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