Cardivas 6.25 Mg
Cardivas 6.25 Mg is an antihypertensive medication which is used to lower the blood pressure and also used to treat heart failure. Cardivas 6.25 Mg is not recommended for children and in patients with diabetes and lung disease.
Drug = Carvedilol
Strength =50 Mg
Manufacturer = Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd
How To Take
Take Cardivas 6.25 Mg in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. Swallow it as a whole. Do not chew, crush or break it. Cardivas 6.25 Mg is to be taken with food.
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If you are prescribed Cardivas 6.25 Mg you should never stop taking it without first speaking to your doctor.
If your physician decides to take you off Cardivas 6.25 Mg, he/she may gradually decrease your dose over one to two weeks.
If your dose is decreased, it's a good idea to limit your physical activity to reduce strain on your heart.
Seek medical attention right away if you develop chest pain, tightness, pressure, or chest pain that spreads to your jaw, neck, or arm.
Other signs of serious problems are unusual sweating, trouble breathing, or a fast or irregular heartbeat.
If you have severe liver disease or certain heart conditions you should not use Cardivas 6.25 Mg either.
People with a slow heart rate who don't have pacemakers should inform their doctor before starting Cardivas 6.25 Mg.
Be sure to tell your doctor whether you have asthma or other breathing problems, liver disease, or a slow/irregular heartbeat.
Cardivas 6.25 Mg is used to treat high blood pressure and angina (chest pain).
Cardivas 6.25 Mg can also be given, along with other medicine, to help treat moderate to severe heart failure.