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Afdiloc Injection
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Found 10 interactions
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Serious (8)
Moderate (2)
Minor (0)
Beneficial (0)

Afdiloc Injection & Itragen 100 Capsule

Ranitidine should be given with an acidic drink which increases their bioavailability (degree to which a drug is absorbed).

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Afdiloc Injection & Flucos ITZ 100 Tablet

Ranitidine should be given with an acidic drink which increases their bioavailability (degree to which a drug is absorbed).

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Afdiloc Injection & Flucos ITZ 200 Tablet

Ranitidine should be given with an acidic drink which increases their bioavailability (degree to which a drug is absorbed).

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Afdiloc Injection & Itrazole 200 Capsule

Ranitidine should be given with an acidic drink which increases their bioavailability (degree to which a drug is absorbed).

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Afdiloc Injection & Itrazole 100 Capsule

Ranitidine should be given with an acidic drink which increases their bioavailability (degree to which a drug is absorbed).

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Afdiloc Injection & Itranox 200 Capsule

Ranitidine should be given with an acidic drink which increases their bioavailability (degree to which a drug is absorbed).

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Afdiloc Injection & Itradom 100 Capsule

Ranitidine should be given with an acidic drink which increases their bioavailability (degree to which a drug is absorbed).

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Afdiloc Injection & Candiforce 100 Capsule

Ranitidine should be given with an acidic drink which increases their bioavailability (degree to which a drug is absorbed).

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Afdiloc Injection & Glador 1 Tablet

There is no significant interaction. But it is still recommended to monitor the blood glucose level regularly as cases of high blood sugar levels have been seen in some patients.

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Afdiloc Injection & Diapride 2 Tablet

There is no significant interaction. But it is still recommended to monitor the blood glucose level regularly as cases of high blood sugar levels have been seen in some patients.

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