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Rs.108.24/Pack
Rs 127.34

Rs.5.41/tablet

10 tablet(s)/Unit

Pack Size : 2x10's tablet

Rs.127.34 Total

Onato 10mg tablet

Onato 10mg tablet is composed of

Amlodipine (10mg)

Primarily used for

Hypertension Angina

Belongs to the category

Calcium Antagonist

Precaution:

This medication should be used with caution in patients who recently had MI (heart attack), or have history of impaired hepatic (liver) function, hypertensive crisis, and heart failure.

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usesUses of Onato

This medicine is used to treat hypertension (high Blood pressure), myocardial ischemia (decreased blood supply to heart muscle) associated with stable (chest pain triggered by activity), or vasospastic angina (chest pain triggered with vasospasm of coronary artery).

 

 

side-effectsSide effects of Onato

Patients using this medicine may commonly experience headache, edema, fatigue, nausea, dizziness (lightheadedness), flushing (reddening of the skin), rashes, and gingival hyperplasia (overgrowth of gum). Patients may rarely experience alopecia (spot baldness), pruritus (itching), abdominal and back pain, hyperglycemia, increased urination, palpitations, and GI (stomach) upset. 

pillsWhen not to use Onato

This medicine is contraindicated in patients having history of cardiogenic shock (inability of heart to pump enough blood), aortic stenosis (narrowing of aortic valve opening), unstable angina (chest pain triggered by minimum or no activity), severe hypotension, unstable heart failure following MI, and hypersensitivity to dihydropyridines.

 

pills Expert Advice for Onato

  • Take with or without meals.
  • To avoid stomachache, take with meals.
  • Take missed dose as soon as you remember and next dose in 24 hours.
  • Contact prescriber if there is unrelieved headache, vomiting, weight gain, palpitations, or difficulty in breathing.
  • Check blood pressure regularly.

 

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Warnings

  • drive

    Driving

    Please avoid driving when taking this medicine as it may affect your ability to drive.

  • pregnant

    Pregnancy

    This medicine is not safe to be administered in pregnant females. Consult your doctor for more information.

  • mother

    Breast Feeding

    This medicine is not recommended for lactating females.

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