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Oxmazetol OD 600mg Tablet
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Oxmazetol OD 600mg Tablet & Medzol 1mg Injection

It may cause increased sedation.

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Oxmazetol OD 600mg Tablet & Etivin 0.5mg Tablet

It may cause increased sedation.

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Oxmazetol OD 600mg Tablet & Solzam 10mg Tablet MD

It may cause increased sedation.

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Oxmazetol OD 600mg Tablet & Xenotril SL 0.5mg Tablet

It may cause increased sedation.

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Oxmazetol OD 600mg Tablet & Norex 0.5mg Tablet

It may cause increased sedation.

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Oxmazetol OD 600mg Tablet & Lopez MD 1 Tablet

It may cause increased sedation.

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Oxmazetol OD 600mg Tablet & Lopez MD 2 Tablet

It may cause increased sedation.

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Oxmazetol OD 600mg Tablet & Epsolin 50mg Injection 2ml

Oxcarbazepine may increase the blood level of Phenytoin. It is recommended to monitor phenytoin levels with high Oxcarbazepine doses. A side effect of Phenytoin toxicity includes blurred vision, nystagmus (involuntary eye movement), ataxia (difficulty in controlling movements) or drowsiness.

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Oxmazetol OD 600mg Tablet & Spentoin Capsule

Oxcarbazepine may increase the blood level of Phenytoin. It is recommended to monitor phenytoin levels with high Oxcarbazepine doses. A side effect of Phenytoin toxicity includes blurred vision, nystagmus (involuntary eye movement), ataxia (difficulty in controlling movements) or drowsiness.

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Oxmazetol OD 600mg Tablet & Spentoin Injection

Oxcarbazepine may increase the blood level of Phenytoin. It is recommended to monitor phenytoin levels with high Oxcarbazepine doses. A side effect of Phenytoin toxicity includes blurred vision, nystagmus (involuntary eye movement), ataxia (difficulty in controlling movements) or drowsiness.

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