myUpchar प्लस+ के साथ पुरे परिवार के हेल्थ खर्च पर भारी बचत

Summary

The liver is the largest gland, as well as an internal organ of the human body. It performs several vital functions, such as digestion, nutrient metabolism and storage, detoxification of drugs, alcohol, and harmful chemical substances produced during metabolism, and production of special proteins and clotting factors. Any abnormality in the structure and function of the liver is known as a liver disease. Liver disease can occur due to alcohol, obesity, parasites, viruses, bacteria, and certain drugs or poisons. As the liver performs a  variety of functions, symptoms of liver disease show great diversity, but the most striking symptom that suggests a liver disease is jaundice. In jaundice, there is yellowish discolouration of the skin and the eyes, and the urine becomes dark yellow. Diagnosis typically involves blood tests, ultrasonography or CT scan, and a liver biopsy. Treatment of liver disease depends upon the underlying cause. In liver cirrhosis, there is severe liver scarring. Cirrhosis eventually results in liver failure, which is the terminal stage of liver disease with very poor prognosis.

  1. What is a liver disease
  2. Types of Liver disease
  3. Stages of Liver disease
  4. Liver disease symptoms
  5. Liver disease causes & risk factors
  6. Prevention of Liver disease
  7. Diagnosis of Liver disease
  8. Liver disease treatment
  9. Liver disease prognosis and complications
  10. Medicines for Liver Disease
  11. Doctors for Liver Disease

What is a liver disease

Liver diseases are a major cause of morbidity and mortality across the globe. Any abnormality with respect to the liver's structure, position, enzyme secretion and other functions is known as a liver disease. Most common causes of liver disease include excessive alcohol intake, viral and parasitic infections, and obesity. If these agents continually injure the liver, it can result in cirrhosis (liver scarring ) and gradually lead to liver failure, which is a life-threatening condition.

Types of Liver disease

Alcoholic Liver Disease (ALD)

It is the most common liver disease and occurs due to excessive and regular alcohol intake. Alcohol acts as a poison to the liver and causes its inflammation. There is an accumulation of fat in the liver resulting in fatty liver. This fat accumulation affects liver functioning and causes symptoms like jaundice, nausea, vomiting, and enlarged veins in the food pipe (oesophageal varices). This eventually leads to irreversible damage to the liver called cirrhosis.

Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)

It is the second most common form of liver injury. The most common causes of NASH are obesity and uncontrolled diabetes, which result in injury to the liver cells and cause accumulation of fat in the liver cells. Symptoms of NASH are same as ALD, only the causes are different. If left untreated, it can result in liver cirrhosis and failure.

Viral Hepatitis 

It is more common in developing countries. Infection by viruses, such as hepatitis A and hepatitis E results in acute liver injury. Hepatitis A and E infections are usually caused by eating food or beverages contaminated with these viruses. It results in jaundice, fever, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. Infection with viruses like hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and hepatitis D can gradually damage the liver and cause chronic liver injury. These are blood-borne infections and spread through infected blood, use of infected needles-syringes, and sexual intercourse. Symptoms of viral liver infection appear gradually and present as slowly developing jaundice.

Hemochromatosis 

It is one of the rare forms of metabolic liver disease where the body accumulates excess iron in the blood, as well as the liver. Iron accumulates in the liver cells damaging it and causing liver inflammation, cirrhosis, and eventually, liver failure or liver cancer if left untreated.

Primary Biliary Cholangitis 

It is one of the rarest forms of liver disease, which is caused due to a faulty immune system that damages the bile ducts. The damaged bile ducts (small tubes that collect bile from liver cells) are unable to transport the bile to the gallbladder. Hence, these contents accumulate in the liver and damage the liver cells. If left untreated, it can lead to cirrhosis and eventually liver failure. This disease was earlier thus called as primary biliary cirrhosis. 

Stages of Liver disease

Liver disease have multiple causative factors with lead to a different presentation of each liver disease. However, there is a fixed pattern in which these diseases progress and damage the liver. The stages of a liver disease are:

Inflammation

It is the first stage of liver disease in which the liver becomes inflamed or swollen. Inflammation can make the liver painful and enlarged (hepatomegaly). It indicates that your body is trying to heal the injury. If liver injury continues unchecked longer, it can cause permanent liver damage. This stage of liver disease is completely reversible.

Fibrosis

If inflammation of liver cells continues, then the cells start getting repaired with scar tissue, resulting in scarring of the liver. A scarred liver is not able to perform its functions well. If the extent of scarring increases in the liver, it may cause permanent liver damage. This fibrosis stage is partially reversible.

Cirrhosis

If the fibrotic stage remains unchecked, then the soft liver scar is replaced by a hard-scar tissue. During this stage, most functions of the liver are compromised, and it can lead to several complications, including liver cancer and liver failure.

Liver Failure

The last stage of any liver disease that has been left untreated is liver failure. This is a life-threatening condition that requires immediate care and hospitalization. If left untreated, it can lead to coma and eventually death.

Liver disease symptoms

The early phase of liver disease hardly shows any symptoms, and even if they are present, they are vague and non-specific. Yet, there are certain common symptoms that appear during either injury or repair of the liver cells.

Acute liver injury or acute hepatitis shows symptoms such as:

  • High-grade fever.
  • Nausea.
  • Vomiting.
  • Jaundice.
  • Itchy skin.
  • Dark yellow urine.
  • Yellowing of the whites of the eye.

Symptoms of a chronic liver disease include:

  • Jaundice
  • Abdominal pain and swelling.
  • Nausea.
  • Vomiting.
  • Swelling over ankles and legs.
  • Itching.
  • Spider naevi (small red, spider-like appearance of the blood vessels on the skin).
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Weight loss.
  • Weakness even with minimal activity.
  • Easy bruising.

If liver disease advances to the cirrhotic phase, then new symptoms may develop, such as:

  • Blood in vomit (hematemesis).
  • Bleeding from the anus.
  • Accumulation of fluid in the abdomen (ascites).
  • Confusion.

Certain liver diseases might show unique symptoms pertaining to that condition in addition to some of the above-mentioned signs and symptoms. If cirrhosis remains untreated, it progresses to liver failure, which is a medical emergency and can present as stupor, and coma along with symptoms, such as severe disorientation, confusion, and bad breath.

Liver disease causes & risk factors

Causes 

The most common causes of liver disease are alcohol and obesity. There are some other rare causes that can affect the liver and injure it.

Causes of liver diseases include:

  • Alcohol abuse
    As mentioned above, alcohol slowly deteriorates the liver by causing the deposition of fat in the liver cells, thus reducing their function.
  • Obesity
    Obesity also results in the deposition of fat in the liver, which causes a large number of hepatitis cases, also known as steatohepatitis.
  • Infection 
    Viral and parasitic infections can damage liver cells and cause acute or chronic injury. These include:
    • Hepatitis A virus
    • Hepatitis B virus
    • Hepatitis C virus
    • Hepatitis D virus
    • Hepatitis E virus
    • E. histolytica infection causing liver abscess where there is an accumulation of pus in the liver.
  • Immune system disorders
    Conditions where the function of the immune system is hampered and they affect the liver cells or cells of the bile duct causing liver injury include:
    • Autoimmune hepatitis
      It is a condition where the body’s immune system attacks the liver tissue considering it to be a harmful agent. It results in swelling and distention of the abdomen.
    • Primary sclerosing cholangitis
      This is an autoimmune disorder where the bile ducts get blocked due to the accumulation of collagen (a type of fibrous tissue).
    • Primary biliary cholangitis
  • Genetic 
    An abnormal gene can result in changes or reduction in the in the enzymes or proteins produced by the liver. These altered substances can damage your liver and cause liver disease.
    • Hemochromatosis
      In this condition, there is an accumulation of excess iron in the liver.
    • Wilson’s disease
      Wilson's disease is characterised by an accumulation of excess copper in the liver.
    • Gilbert’s disease 
      This is a genetic disorder where there is an abnormal metabolism of bilirubin pigment and because of that jaundice remains persistent.
    • Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency  
      It is a genetic disorder causing the deficiency of alpha-1 antitrypsin enzyme.
  • Cancer 
    Cancer is commonly seen in people who have reached beyond the cirrhotic stage of liver disease. The most common causes are hepatitis B & hepatitis C viruses. Some of the cancers associated with the liver are:
    • Liver cancer
    • Bile duct cancer

Risk Factors 

There are many risk factors that can make one prone to liver diseases. These are:

  • Excessive alcohol intake.
  • A family history of genetic liver diseases, such as Wilson’s disease.
  • Obesity.
  • Use of unsterilized needle or syringes (commonly seen amongst drug abusers).
  • Prolonged uncontrolled diabetes.
  • Blood transfusion.
  • Unprotected sex. (Read more - How to have safe sex)
  • Exposure to poisons and toxins.
  • Frequent use of painkillers, such as NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) or steroids.
  • Healthcare workers are at high risk of acquiring hepatitis B and C infections.

Prevention of Liver disease

Liver diseases can be prevented. Here are the certain lifestyle and dietary modifications that can help in preventing liver disease:

  • Avoid alcohol or consume in moderation
    Taking one drink for women and two drinks for men per week is considered safe and may not result in liver injury; yet, it is always better to avoid alcohol intake.
  • Get vaccinated
    Vaccines against hepatitis A and B virus are available and have very high efficacy.
  • Use medicines wisely
    Avoid excessive and prolonged use of drugs that are known to be hepatotoxic (toxic to the liver) like acetaminophen, methotrexate, statins, anti-TB drugs and others.
  • Avoid the use of aerosol sprays
    Insecticide and fungicide sprays, if inhaled for prolonged duration accumulate in our body and eventually, damage the liver.
  • Manage body weight
    Maintaining an ideal Body Mass Index (BMI) can reduce the risk of developing NASH.
  • Use sterilized intravenous needles and practice safe sex
    Use of intravenous drugs with unsterilized needle and syringes or reusing them can spread hepatitis B and C viruses. Unprotected sex can also make one prone to these infections.

Diagnosis of Liver disease

In most cases, the person’s symptoms suggest the presence of a liver disease. But, it is equally important to find out the underlying cause and extent of the disease, which requires several investigative tests. These are:

  • Physical Examination
    A detailed medical history along with a thorough physical examination of the abdomen help in diagnosing the condition. Physical examination shows little tightness and tenderness in the upper part of the abdomen. The liver might be enlarged. Also, yellowish discolouration of the skin and the eyes suggest jaundice (icterus).
  • Blood test
    Liver function test is the key to diagnose many conditions of the liver and can suggest the extent of liver injury. Liver function tests include evaluation of liver enzymes, which encompass:
    • Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP/SGPT)
    • Alanine Transaminase (ALT)
    • Aspartate Transaminase (AST/SGOT)
    • GGTP (gamma-glutamyl transferase)
    • Total Bilirubin (Direct bilirubin & Indirect bilirubin)
    • Total proteins (Albumin and Globulin)

Other blood tests like those for detecting hepatitis viruses, high copper and iron levels, might be done when these conditions are suspected.

  • Imaging tests 
    Imaging techniques include an abdominal ultrasound and CT scan. While an abdominal ultrasound can provide details about the structure of the liver, a CT scan is more conclusive as it can indicate the extent of liver injury, as well as show the internal architecture of the liver. In certain people, radioactive copper-based CT scan evaluation is performed to determine the extent of the injury.
  • Biopsy or tissue analysis 
    In certain cases, when the cause of liver injury or disease cannot be ascertained based on clinical findings, it becomes mandatory to study the microstructure of the liver cells in order to employ the correct and effective line of treatment. In such cases, a biopsy is performed by inserting a long-needled syringe to take out the liver tissue sample and is studied under the microscope.

Liver disease treatment

Liver diseases are treated as per the diagnosis. In certain advanced cases, when curative treatment is not applicable, palliative treatment is prescribed to reduce the severity of symptoms or to prevent the morbidity due to complications. Some of the frequently employed treatment methods include:

  • Antiviral Therapy
    Long-standing hepatitis B and C viral infections are treated with antiviral drugs that are usually prescribed for a long duration.
  • Antibiotic Therapy
    Liver abscess needs oral antibiotic therapy, but in severe cases, pus drainage and intravenous antibiotics are required for quick and complete recovery.
  • Combination Therapy
    It is employed in the cases of autoimmune hepatitis. In this therapy, a combination of corticosteroids, immunosuppressive and anti-inflammatory drugs are given. These medicines reduce the overactivity of the immune system and swelling in the liver.
  • Chelation Therapy 
    In the case of Wilson’s disease, copper is chelated using penicillamine class of drugs. The ions of copper bind to the drug and are excreted in urine. Off late, Trientine is used as it has fewer side effects.
  • Repeated Phlebotomy
    This is done in the case of hereditary hemochromatosis. Phlebotomy is a procedure in which blood is removed from a vein in the body to lower the high iron levels.
  • Supportive therapy
    Certain liver enzymes or proteins are given as supportive drugs to reduce the burden on the liver cells.
  • Surgery or Liver Transplant  
    If the disease is severe and incurable, a liver transplant is performed; it may be a cadaveric – whole liver transplant or partial liver-tissue transplant from a living donor.

In a majority of the cases, combination therapy along with lifestyle modification help to treat liver diseases.  Regular and careful monitoring of liver function and ultrasound evaluations are also important.

Lifestyle management

Liver disease can affect a person’s normal daily routine. Especially, the chronic complaints need quite a lot of lifestyle modifications to avoid further progression of the disease and associated complications. Some diseases are treated with lifestyle modifications, such as stopping alcohol intake, losing weight, and attaining an ideal BMI. Lifestyle modifications for liver disease include:

  • Limit alcohol intake
    Since alcohol is one of the most common causes of developing or worsening a liver disease, it is always advised to limit the intake of alcohol or stop it entirely.
  • Meal plans
    Try eating smaller meals frequently throughout the day, as large meals or meals rich in fats may increase the burden on the liver causing further damage.
  • Diet modification
    The liver is associated with protein metabolism and disorders of the liver can hamper it. So, it is important to include more carbohydrates in the diet, which help in providing energy for a long duration. Eating proteins should be avoided as they may not get adequately metabolised by the liver. As a result, some toxic byproducts may accumulate in the body and affect the brain. In people with hemochromatosis, vitamin C intake should be limited as it increases the absorption of iron from the diet.
  • Use of analgesics or painkillers
    Almost all the painkillers are metabolized in the liver and most of them are hepatotoxic (have certain harmful effects on the liver). So, it is always better to avoid any form of painkillers and should take them only after a doctor’s consultation.
  • Avoid smoking
    Smoking is also one of the known factors to cause liver damage. So, to avoid further liver injury, it is better to avoid smoking.
  • Weight management
    Losing weight or achieving target BMI works well to reduce fat accumulation and further damage to the liver. At the same time, it can also help to prevent associated complications. (Read more - Weight loss diet chart)
  • Vaccination
    A damaged liver is more prone to get affected by hepatitis viruses and viral infection can bring about cancerous changes in the liver; so vaccinating yourself against hepatitis virus is important to avoid complications.

Liver disease prognosis and complications

Prognosis

Acute liver diseases, especially those that are caused by hepatitis A & E viruses, are easy to treat and recovery is quick. However, chronic infections like hepatitis B & C viruses have a relatively poor prognosis and the treatment continues for a longer duration. Alcoholic liver disease and obesity-related liver disease (NASH) in early phases i.e., hepatitis and fibrotic phase have very good prognosis if treated in time. Once cirrhosis sets in, prognosis worsens. Liver failure can be life-threatening and has a very poor prognosis.

Complications 

As the liver has one of the most significant roles in metabolism, liver damage can lead to several complications and can involve multiple organ systems. These complications include:

  • Portal Hypertension
    Blood pressure inside the portal vein (a vein that carries blood to the liver from organs such as the spleen, pancreas, gallbladder, and gut) increases (portal hypertension) and this can lead to varices (enlargement of smaller veins of the stomach, oesophagus, and sometimes of the rectum).
  • Varices and Variceal bleeding
    These small vessels, which become enlarged due to portal hypertension, can rupture and bleed. Minor bleeding can result in melena (blood in stools) and anaemia. Variceal bleeding can also cause hematemesis (blood in vomit), which can be a life-threatening condition
  • Ascites
    A chronic liver disease affects protein metabolism and causes portal hypertension, which can result in the leakage and accumulation of fluid in the abdomen, known as ascites. If ascites is not treated completely (drained off well), it can become infected and be life-threatening.
  • Encephalopathy
    Hepatic encephalopathy is a late complication of liver disease. It occurs when the liver undergoes cirrhosis and causes symptoms like mental confusion (delirium), disorientation, muscle tremors, stiffness, and slurring of speech. In severe cases, it can lead to coma or even death.
  • Liver Cancer
    People suffering from liver cirrhosis have a higher risk of developing liver cancer. This happens due to changes that can take place in the dead liver cells. Liver cancer can lead to liver failure.
Dr. Mahesh Kumar Gupta

Dr. Mahesh Kumar Gupta

गैस्ट्रोएंटरोलॉजी

Dr. Raajeev Hingorani

Dr. Raajeev Hingorani

गैस्ट्रोएंटरोलॉजी

Dr. Vineet Mishra

Dr. Vineet Mishra

गैस्ट्रोएंटरोलॉजी

Medicines for Liver Disease

Medicines listed below are available for Liver Disease. 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.)
ActibileActibile 150 Mg Tablet134.0
GolbiGolbi 150 Mg Tablet123.0
SorbidiolSorbidiol 150 Mg Tablet118.0
UdihepUdihep 150 Mg Tablet183.0
Udiliv TabletUdiliv 150 Mg Tablet149.0
UlysesUlyses 150 Mg Tablet129.0
UrsetorUrsetor 150 Mg Tablet107.0
UrsocolUrsocol 150 Mg Tablet119.0
UrsokemUrsokem 150 Mg Tablet125.0
UrsomaxUrsomax 150 Mg Tablet113.0
AliveonAliveon 150 Mg Tablet82.0
BilefixBilefix 300 Mg Tablet373.0
CholidolCholidol 150 Mg Tablet138.0
EstucholEstuchol 150 Mg Tablet129.0
FortibileFortibile 150 Mg Tablet100.0
GemiuroGemiuro 300 Mg Capsule229.0
HepakindHepakind 150 Mg Tablet100.0
HepalifeHepalife 300 Mg Tablet Cr217.0
HepexaHepexa 150 Mg Tablet121.0
HepsodilHepsodil 300 Mg Tablet288.0
LevalonLevalon 150 Mg Tablet94.0
SolubidSolubid 150 Mg Tablet119.0
UdaUda 150 Mg Tablet96.0
UdcamentUdcament 125 Mg/5 Ml Suspension296.0
UdchampUdchamp 150 Mg Tablet95.0
UdcolivUdcoliv 150 Mg Tablet120.0
UdebileUdebile 150 Mg Tablet89.0
UdicolUdicol 150 Mg Tablet114.0
UdigalUdigal 150 Mg Tablet199.0
UdigoldUdigold 150 Mg Tablet112.0
UdikoolUdikool 300 Mg Tablet161.0
Udimarin Forte SrUdimarin Forte Sr 450 Mg Tablet395.0
UrdiogemUrdiogem 150 Mg Tablet111.0
UrdohepUrdohep 150 Mg Tablet96.0
UrmedUrmed 300 Mg Tablet234.0
UrsUrs 150 Mg Tablet197.0
UrsobileUrsobile 150 Mg Tablet105.0
UrsodayUrsoday 150 Mg Tablet152.0
UrsodoxUrsodox 150 Mg Tablet120.0
UrsofordUrsoford 150 Mg Tablet114.0
Ursoford SrUrsoford Sr 500 Mg Tablet298.0
UrsolUrsol 150 Mg Tablet85.0
UrsolicUrsolic 150 Mg Tablet104.0
GenursoGenurso 300 Mg Tablet212.0
HepatinicHepatinic 125 Mg/5 Ml Suspension298.0
LivokindLivokind 150 Mg Tablet77.0
StonilStonil Suspension79.0
UdironUdiron 300 Mg Tablet210.0
UdiwokUdiwok 150 Mg Tablet114.0
UdmaxUdmax 150 Mg Tablet120.0
UrchilUrchil 150 Mg Tablet84.0
Urchil ForteUrchil Forte 300 Mg Tablet179.0
UrdoxUrdox Capsule142.0
UricureUricure 150 Mg Tablet107.0
UrijonUrijon 300 Mg Tablet240.0
UrostoneUrostone 300 Mg Tablet280.0
UrsocadUrsocad 150 Mg Tablet106.0
UrsodilUrsodil 250 Mg Tablet206.0
UrsotabUrsotab 150 Mg Tablet93.0
AquazideAquazide 12.5 Mg Tablet9.0
BpzideBpzide 12.5 Mg Tablet8.0
DizideDizide 12.5 Mg Tablet9.0
HydrazideHydrazide 12.5 Mg Tablet9.0
NovazideNovazide 1 Gm Injection161.0
ThiazideThiazide 12.5 Mg Tablet10.0
XeniaXenia 12.5 Mg Tablet13.0
HydrideHydride 12.5 Mg Tablet11.0
Angiosart HAngiosart H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet89.0
Angitel HAngitel H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet78.0
Axeten HAxeten H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet89.0
Cortel HCortel H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet34.0
Cresar HCresar H 40 Tablet100.0
Ecotel HEcotel H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet67.0
Eritel HEritel H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet145.0
Etela HEtela H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet36.0
Hitarget HHitarget H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet70.0
Hytel HHytel H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet69.0
Macsart HMacsart H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet82.0
Mesar HMesar H Tablet63.0
Misart HMisart H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet60.0
Missile HMissile H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet71.0
Ngsart ChNgsart Ch 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet95.0
Ngsart HNgsart H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet95.0
Omen TrioOmen Trio 20 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet110.0
Ozotel HOzotel H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet20.0
Relmisart HRelmisart H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet107.0
Slew HSlew H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet60.0
Tazloc HTazloc H 40 Mg Tablet108.0
Telday HTelday H 40 Mg Tablet108.0
Teldil HTeldil H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet76.0
Telemar HTelemar H 40 Mg Tablet60.0
Telfirst HTelfirst H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet86.0
Telma HTelma 80 H Tablet294.5
Telma Ct ForteTelma Ct Forte 40 Tablet156.0
Telmeron HTelmeron H Tablet 40 Mg/12.5 Mg80.0
Telmicon HTelmicon H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet74.0
Telmiday HTelmiday H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet90.0
Telmidil HTelmidil H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet95.0
Telmi HTelmi H 40 Mg Tablet60.0
Telmikind HTelmikind H 40 Mg Tablet141.0
Telmipharm AmTelmipharm Am 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet69.0
Telmipharm HTelmipharm H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet69.0
Telmiprime HTelmiprime H 40 Mg Tablet69.0
Telmipulse HTelmipulse H Tablet66.0
Telmiride HTelmiride H 40 Mg Tablet26.0
Telmisafe HTelmisafe H 40 Mg Tablet78.0
Telmiten HTelmiten H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet59.0
Telmiyug HTelmiyug H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet75.0
Telmore HTelmore H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet75.0
Telong HTelong H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet65.0
Telpic HTelpic H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet65.0
Telride HTelride H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet85.0
Telsartan HTelsartan H 40 Mg Tablet162.0
Teltop HTeltop H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet61.0
Teltor HTeltor H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet77.0
Telvas HTelvas H 40 Mg Tablet55.0
Telzen HTelzen H 40 Mg Tablet90.0
Temmy HTemmy H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet59.0
Temsan HTemsan H 40 Mg Tablet36.0
Temsi HTemsi H 40 Mg Tablet90.0
Tht DTht D 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet67.0
Tlet HTlet H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet118.0
Tlm HTlm H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet81.0
Tmt HtTmt Ht Tablet38.0
Tretan HTretan H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet63.0
Venpres HVenpres H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet78.0
Xstan HXstan H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet31.0
Bp Tel HBp Tel H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet69.0
Eldotel HEldotel H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet78.0
E Tel HE Tel H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet36.0
Inditel HInditel H 40 Tablet129.0
Newtel HNewtel H 40 Mg Tablet40.0
Safetelmi HSafetelmi H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet82.0
Targit HTargit H 40 Mg Tablet128.0
Telblok HTelblok H Tablet104.0
Telcros HTelcros H Tablet75.0
Telcure HTelcure H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet80.0
Teleact DTeleact D 40 Mg Tablet107.0
Telexia HTelexia H 40 Mg Tablet66.0
Telhim HTelhim H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet75.0
Teli HTeli H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet101.0
Telism HTelism H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet76.0
Telkom HTelkom H 40 Mg Tablet78.0
Telly HTelly H Tablet59.0
Tellzy HTellzy H 40 Mg Tablet163.0
Telmasurge HTelmasurge H Tablet52.0
Telmichek HTelmichek H 40 Mg Tablet87.0
Telmikaa HTelmikaa H 40 Mg Tablet100.0
Telminorm HTelminorm H 40 Tablet83.0
Telmitime HTelmitime H Tablet80.0
Telmitop HcTelmitop Hc 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet71.0
Telmitrust HTelmitrust H 40 Mg Tablet149.0
Telmivas HTelmivas H 40 Mg Tablet85.0
Telpil HTelpil H 40 Mg Tablet54.0
Telpres HTelpres H 40 Mg Tablet115.0
Telsite HTelsite H 40 Mg Tablet116.0
Telstat HTelstat H 40 Mg Tablet74.0
Teltel HTeltel H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet50.0
Teltin HTeltin H 40 Mg Tablet79.0
Telza HTelza H Tablet71.0
Temax HTemax H 40 Mg Tablet106.0
Temisar HTemisar H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet62.0
Tetan HTetan H 40 Mg Tablet109.0
Tsart HTsart H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet104.0
Tytan HTytan H Tablet66.0
Vintel HVintel H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet94.0
Zensartan HZensartan H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet32.0
Zitelmi HZitelmi H 40 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet42.0
Asart HtAsart Ht 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet60.0
Atzaar HAtzaar H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet41.0
Biosartan HBiosartan H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet58.0
Cardikare HCardikare H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet75.0
Covance DCovance D 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet95.0
Czar HCzar H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet47.0
Dilosar HDilosar H Tablet19.0
Elsar HElsar H Tablet80.0
Giftan HcGiftan Hc 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet37.0
Icosar HIcosar H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet68.0
Lartan HLartan H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet55.0
Loar HLoar H Tablet35.0
Lopulse HLopulse H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet55.0
Losacon HLosacon H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet97.0
Losacron HLosacron H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet47.0
Losa HLosa H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet
Losak HLosak H Tablet36.0
Losar HLosar H Tablet131.0
Losartar HLosartar H Tablet60.0
Losasun HtLosasun Ht Tablet29.0
Losatec HLosatec H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet82.0
Loscom HLoscom H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet51.0
Losfirst HLosfirst H Tablet63.0
Losgard HLosgard H 50 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet47.0
Los HLos H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet45.0
Lostan HLostan H 50 Mg/12 Mg Tablet33.0
Lostar HLostar H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet50.0
Lotak HLotak H Tablet89.0
Lotas HtLotas Ht 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet51.0
Loten HLoten H Tablet 50 Mg/12.5 Mg33.0
Mainstay HMainstay H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet52.0
Mosartan HMosartan H Tablet63.0
Osart HOsart H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet52.0
Prezar HPrezar H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet65.0
Renace HRenace H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet39.0
Strok RokStrok Rok 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet39.0
Tozaar HTozaar H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet87.0
Vazortan HVazortan H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet42.0
Zargo HZargo H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet74.0
Zatin HZatin H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet50.0
Zortan HZortan H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet49.0
Zotan HZotan H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet54.0
Zyltan HZyltan H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet72.0
Alsartan HAlsartan H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet55.0
Angizaar HAngizaar H Tablet112.0
Arbisaar HArbisaar H Tablet20.0
Cosart HCosart H 25 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet74.0
Lanxes HLanxes H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet45.0
Lara HLara H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet84.0
Lorsave HLorsave H Tablet76.0
Losakind HLosakind H Tablet47.0
Losalife HLosalife H Tablet30.0
Losamax HLosamax H Tablet60.0
Losapil HLosapil H Tablet16.0
Losarpen HLosarpen H Tablet22.0
Losatan HLosatan H Tablet49.0
Losatrust HLosatrust H Tablet63.0
Losavas HLosavas H Tablet72.0
Losium HLosium H Tablet184.0
Lostat HLostat H Tablet37.0
Lotace HLotace H Tablet55.0
Lotan HLotan H Tablet53.0
Lotemos HtLotemos Ht 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet520.0
Lot HLot H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet104.0
Omnitan HOmnitan H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet119.0
Relate HRelate H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet43.0
Repace HRepace H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet95.0
Resilo HResilo H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet50.0
Resitan HResitan H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet38.0
Revas HRevas H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet82.0
Sarpot HSarpot H Tablet48.0
Zaart HZaart H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet86.0
Zilos HZilos H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet37.0
AdenomacAdenomac 200 Tablet302.5
CirrosamCirrosam 400 Mg Tablet740.0
HeptralHeptral 400 Mg Tablet799.0
HepacureHepacure 100 Mg/150 Mg Tablet116.0
DyamideDyamide 10 Mg Tablet21.0
DyloopDyloop 10 Mg Tablet29.0
DytorDytor 10 Mg Injection140.0
ExcretorExcretor 10 Mg Tablet21.0
HenletorHenletor 10 Mg Tablet26.0
LhdLhd 10 Mg Tablet31.0
MeltorMeltor 10 Mg Tablet35.0
RetorlixRetorlix 10 Mg Tablet37.0
TideTide 100 Mg Tablet255.0
TorTor 10 Mg Tablet44.0
ToresaToresa 10 Mg Tablet38.0
TorgetTorget 10 Mg Tablet40.0
TorkidTorkid 10 Mg Tablet35.0
TormidTormid 10 Mg Tablet35.0
TormisTormis 10 Tablet50.0
TorsedTorsed 100 Mg Tablet150.0
TorsemiTorsemi 10 Mg Tablet22.0
TorsidTorsid 10 Mg Tablet31.0
TorsinexTorsinex 10 Mg Injection17.0
TorvelTorvel 10 Mg Tablet22.0
TorvigressTorvigress 100 Mg Tablet150.0
ZatorZator 10 Mg Tablet33.0
DiuratorDiurator 10 Mg Tablet187.0
RetrolixRetrolix 20 Mg Tablet64.0
TomarisTomaris 5 Mg Tablet20.0
TorsikindTorsikind 10 Mg Tablet18.0
TosecTosec 10 Mg Tablet19.0
Higado LsHigado Ls 150 Mg/500 Mg Capsule140.0
UdimarinUdimarin 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet0.0
Hepafresh (Macleods)Hepafresh 600 Mg Injection1100.0
MaxilivMaxiliv Injection1197.0
OxonegOxoneg 600 Mg Injection1207.9
ThiotresThiotres Injection1197.0
Colphos ForteColphos Forte Capsule98.17
Essentiale LEssentiale L 350 Mg Capsule130.5
LeciLeci 5% Lotion38.1
LivintactLivintact 525 Mg Capsule116.02
LivophosLivophos 175 Mg Capsule74.81
AlcolivAlcoliv 500 Mg Tablet145.0
LivodoxLivodox 500 Mg Tablet127.0
Livodox PlusLivodox Plus 500 Mg Tablet165.0
MetadoxilMetadoxil 500 Mg Tablet130.0
TonelivToneliv 500 Mg Tablet320.0
VibolivViboliv 500 Mg Tablet131.0
LivogardLivogard 5 Mg Infusion234.71
DolomecDolomec Relief Oil66.0
ActimarinActimarin 70 Mg/150 Mg Tablet0.0
Gemiuro PlusGemiuro Plus Tablet0.0
Udimarin ForteUdimarin Forte 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet0.0
UdiplusUdiplus 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet0.0
Ulyses PlusUlyses Plus 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet0.0
UdibonUdibon 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet359.0
Urdohep SlUrdohep Sl 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet273.9
Ursetor PlusUrsetor Plus 300 Mg/140 Mg Tablet306.61
Ursodox PlusUrsodox Plus Tablet298.0
Ursokem PlusUrsokem Plus 140 Mg/300 Mg Tablet341.0
Ursolic PlusUrsolic Plus Tablet250.0
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
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
Analiv(Systopic)Analiv 100 Mg/150 Mg Tablet66.0
DetoxDetox Tablet50.0
HepamaxHepamax 100 Mg/150 Mg Tablet94.28
OrnipanOrnipan Syrup109.52
HeparekHeparek Syrup63.0
LivtopLivtop Tablet46.25
Spartate LpSpartate Lp Tablet75.66
ZyhepZyhep Tablet48.01
Apresol HApresol H 25 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet55.0
Kabiven CentralKabiven Central Infusion3400.0
KabivenKabiven Peripheral Infusion3150.0
Kabiven PeripheralKabiven Peripheral Injection2995.0
HerminHermin Infusion464.15
Bisocar HtBisocar Ht 2.5 Mg/6.25 Mg Tablet21.9
Concor PlusConcor Plus 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet92.5
LodozLodoz 2.5 Mg/6.25 Mg Tablet63.5
QualizQualiz 2.5 Mg/6.25 Mg Tablet40.0
Zabesta XloZabesta Xlo 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet46.25
ZebestaZebesta 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet52.0
Corbis HCorbis H 5 Mg/6.25 Mg Tablet59.0
Trubis HTrubis H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet44.33
Zabesta XZabesta X 2.5 Mg/6.25 Mg Tablet63.25
Bpace HBpace H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet51.27
Cardace HCardace H 10 Tablet198.3
Hopril HHopril H 10 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet43.75
Odipril HOdipril H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Capsule30.0
Preface HPreface H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet46.82
RachetRachet 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet40.0
Ramfirst HRamfirst H 2.5 Mg/12 Mg Tablet53.5
Ramicard HRamicard H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet50.0
Ramiday HRamiday H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet43.27
Ramifast HRamifast H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet47.62
Ramifid HRamifid H 2.5 Mg/12 Mg Tablet28.57
Ramipres HRamipres H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet83.5
Ramisave HRamisave H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet95.59
Ramitop HRamitop H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet85.71
Ramod HRamod H Tablet79.38
Rampril HRampril H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet49.98
Rl HtRl Ht 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet35.33
Rpm HRpm H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet80.0
R Pril H (Orchid)R Pril H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet41.65
R Pril H (Biochem)R Pril H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet43.73
Servace HServace H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet45.01
Cardiopril HCardiopril H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet74.0
Etoril HEtoril H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet101.0
Hopace HHopace H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Capsule87.5
Hopecard HHopecard H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Capsule51.0
Macpril HMacpril H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet60.5
Namipril HNamipril H Tablet42.0
Proace HProace H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Capsule43.33
Race HRace H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet132.0
Ramcor HRamcor H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet72.5
Ramihart HRamihart H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet60.5
Ramimata HRamimata H 10 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet150.0
Ramirica HRamirica H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet79.0
Ramiril HRamiril H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Capsule62.86
Ramp HRamp H Tablet30.0
Ramsho HRamsho H 2.5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet39.5
Zorem HtZorem Ht 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet117.0
CoaprovelCoaprovel 300 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet320.6
Irovel HIrovel H Tablet120.0
Xarb HXarb H 150 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet186.5
Co DiovanCo Diovan 160 Mg/25 Mg Tablet772.0
Codiovan FctCodiovan Fct 160 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet847.0
Valzaar HValzaar H 160 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet235.0
Dyamide PlusDyamide Plus 50 Mg/10 Mg Tablet50.0
Dyloop PlusDyloop Plus 50 Mg/10 Mg Tablet30.4
Dytor PlusDytor Plus 10 Tablet55.5
Excretor PlusExcretor Plus 50 Mg/10 Mg Tablet45.1
Tide PlusTide Plus 10 Mg Tablet24.0
Torsinex PlusTorsinex Plus Tablet20.3
Zator PlusZator Plus 50 Mg/10 Mg Tablet29.0
Tores PlusTores Plus Tablet38.75
Torget PlusTorget Plus 10 Mg Tablet64.8
TorlactoneTorlactone 10 Mg Tablet28.8
Torlactone LsTorlactone Ls Tablet18.6
El HtEl Ht 10 Mg/25 Mg Tablet33.83
Enace DEnace D 10 Mg/25 Mg Tablet274.7
Tenam HtTenam Ht 10 Mg/25 Mg Tablet65.43
Vasonorm HVasonorm H 10 Mg/25 Mg Tablet29.81
Enapril HtEnapril Ht 10 Mg/25 Mg Tablet93.0
Envas HEnvas H 10 Mg/25 Mg Tablet56.0
EnzideEnzide 10 Mg/25 Mg Tablet32.0
Exenta TExenta T 10 Tablet190.0
Eptus TEptus T 25 Mg/20 Mg Tablet220.0
Planep TPlanep T 25 Mg/10 Mg Tablet190.0
Hapexa MHapexa M 500 Mg/150 Mg Tablet154.0
Hepexa MHepexa M 500 Mg/150 Mg Tablet154.0
ToxifiteToxifite Tablet180.97
Insulate NpInsulate Np Tablet200.0
Listril PlusListril Plus Tablet85.0
RedihopeRedihope Tablet15.0
Liv AptLiv Apt 250 Mg/70 Mg/50 Mg Tablet410.0
Covarace DCovarace D 2.5 Mg/25 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet78.75
Losa RhLosa Rh 2.5 Mg/50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet67.73
Sartace HSartace H 2.5 Mg/50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet66.58
Metoright HMetoright H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet75.0
SelopresSelopres 100 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet27.91
Beboxia HBeboxia 50 H Tablet57.13
Embeta HtEmbeta Ht 25 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet57.5
Metocard HMetocard H 25 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet53.0
Metomac HMetomac H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet Er65.71
Metonce HMetonce H 50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet Xl57.13
Met Xl HMet Xl H 25 Tablet62.0
Prolomet HProlomet H Tablet102.97
Supermet HSupermet H Tablet67.3
Tolol HTolol H 50 Mg Tablet63.0
Nebitroy HNebitroy H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet76.0
Enblok HEnblok H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet70.5
Nebest HNebest H Tablet69.04
Nebilol HNebilol H Tablet59.0
Nebitime HNebitime H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet74.9
Nebycare HNebycare H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet86.0
Nodon HNodon H 5 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet106.4
Olmark HOlmark H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet106.0
Olmeblu HOlmeblu H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet45.0
Olmecip TrioOlmecip Trio 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet119.0
Olmecros HOlmecros H 20 Mg Tablet80.0
Olmedox HOlmedox H 40 Mg Tablet73.26
Olmefit HOlmefit H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet80.0
Olmeflex HOlmeflex H 20 Tablet70.3
Olmegraf HOlmegraf H 20 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet75.25
Olmesar HOlmesar H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet101.75
Olmetor HOlmetor H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet105.0
Olmetrack HOlmetrack H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet83.15
Olmezest HOlmezest H 20 Tablet104.0
Olmighty HOlmighty H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet42.8
Olmin HOlmin H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet78.65
Olsavas HOlsavas H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet82.23
Olsi HOlsi H 12.5 Mg/40 Mg Tablet130.0
Olvance HOlvance H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet107.5
Olways HOlways H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet65.4
Voltmer HVoltmer H 20 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet74.32
Xirtam HXirtam H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet85.89
Benitec HBenitec H 20 Tablet89.0
Olcure HOlcure H 12.5 Mg/40 Mg Tablet120.0
Olkem HOlkem H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet136.0
Olmax HOlmax H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet154.5
Olmecip HOlmecip H 12.5 Mg/40 Mg Tablet151.0
Olmecule HOlmecule H Tablet80.95
Olmegard HOlmegard H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet85.65
Olmeglare HOlmeglare H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet72.0
Olmesafe HOlmesafe H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet75.0
Olmetime HOlmetime H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet48.4
Olmo HOlmo H 12.5 Mg/40 Mg Tablet110.0
Olmore HOlmore H 20 Mg Tablet73.93
Olmy HOlmy H 12.5 Mg/40 Mg Tablet221.6
Olsertain HOlsertain H 20 Tablet56.0
Olvas HOlvas H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet89.5
Ortan HOrtan H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet59.5
Pinom HPinom H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet80.5
Win Bp HWin Bp H 12.5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet131.2
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
PolycapPolycap Capsule297.0
Repalol HRepalol H 50 Mg/50 Mg/12.5 Mg Tablet103.0
AdesamAdesam 200 Mg Tablet280.0
HepasafeHepasafe Suspension 200 Ml174.0
LivopillLivopill Syrup99.5
NusamNusam 200 Mg Tablet280.0

Do you or anyone in your family have this disease? Please do a survey and help others

सम्बंधित लेख

और पढ़ें ...