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Meconeuron Injection
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Meconeuron Injection & Elphenicol 500mg Tablet

Concurrent use of Chloramphenicol and Methylcobalamin should not be done.Chloramphenicol causes bone marrow depression (decrease in production of blood cells) which can oppose the action of anemia by Methylcobalamin and Vitamin B12. Where possible, prefer using a different antibacterial.

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Meconeuron Injection & Wocol 250mg Capsule

Concurrent use of Chloramphenicol and Methylcobalamin should not be done.Chloramphenicol causes bone marrow depression (decrease in production of blood cells) which can oppose the action of anemia by Methylcobalamin and Vitamin B12. Where possible, prefer using a different antibacterial.

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Meconeuron Injection & Divicol Eye Drop

Concurrent use of Chloramphenicol and Methylcobalamin should not be done.Chloramphenicol causes bone marrow depression (decrease in production of blood cells) which can oppose the action of anemia by Methylcobalamin and Vitamin B12. Where possible, prefer using a different antibacterial.

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Meconeuron Injection & Polymycetin 250 Capsule

Concurrent use of Chloramphenicol and Methylcobalamin should not be done.Chloramphenicol causes bone marrow depression (decrease in production of blood cells) which can oppose the action of anemia by Methylcobalamin and Vitamin B12. Where possible, prefer using a different antibacterial.

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Meconeuron Injection & Polymycetin 500 Capsule

Concurrent use of Chloramphenicol and Methylcobalamin should not be done.Chloramphenicol causes bone marrow depression (decrease in production of blood cells) which can oppose the action of anemia by Methylcobalamin and Vitamin B12. Where possible, prefer using a different antibacterial.

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Meconeuron Injection & Stalchlor 250mg Capsule

Concurrent use of Chloramphenicol and Methylcobalamin should not be done.Chloramphenicol causes bone marrow depression (decrease in production of blood cells) which can oppose the action of anemia by Methylcobalamin and Vitamin B12. Where possible, prefer using a different antibacterial.

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Meconeuron Injection & Stalchlor 500mg Capsule

Concurrent use of Chloramphenicol and Methylcobalamin should not be done.Chloramphenicol causes bone marrow depression (decrease in production of blood cells) which can oppose the action of anemia by Methylcobalamin and Vitamin B12. Where possible, prefer using a different antibacterial.

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Meconeuron Injection & Stalchlor 125mg/5ml Syrup

Concurrent use of Chloramphenicol and Methylcobalamin should not be done.Chloramphenicol causes bone marrow depression (decrease in production of blood cells) which can oppose the action of anemia by Methylcobalamin and Vitamin B12. Where possible, prefer using a different antibacterial.

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Meconeuron Injection & Polymycetin Oral Suspension

Concurrent use of Chloramphenicol and Methylcobalamin should not be done.Chloramphenicol causes bone marrow depression (decrease in production of blood cells) which can oppose the action of anemia by Methylcobalamin and Vitamin B12. Where possible, prefer using a different antibacterial.

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Meconeuron Injection & Polymycetin Injection

Concurrent use of Chloramphenicol and Methylcobalamin should not be done.Chloramphenicol causes bone marrow depression (decrease in production of blood cells) which can oppose the action of anemia by Methylcobalamin and Vitamin B12. Where possible, prefer using a different antibacterial.

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