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Uses: vertigo, tinnitus and Meniere's disease Dose: initially 16mg three times daily, preferably with food maintenance 24-48mg daily Child: not recommended Tablets: 8mg 120-tab pack; 16mg, 84-tab pack Cautions: asthma, history of peptic ulcer, pregnancy and breast-feeding Contra-indications: phaeochromocytoma Side-effects: gastro-intestinal disturbances; headache, rashes and pruritus reported

 
General Practice Notebook
General Practice Notebook
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