Furosemide 40mg Tablets - High-Efficacy Loop Diuretic for Edema and Hypertension

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Furosemide 40mg Tablets – High-Efficiency Diuretic for Edema & Hypertension

  • Optimized for efficacy in conditions such as congestive heart failure, liver cirrhosis, and kidney disease.
  • Proven efficiency in mitigating fluid retention and controlling hypertension.
  • Comprised of 40mg of Furosemide, an influential loop diuretic that enhances diuresis and promotes fluid balance.
  • Longevity: Preserved stability for up to 3 years at a storage temperature between 15°C and 25°C.
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Furosemide 40mg Tablets - Effective Loop Diuretic for Edema & Hypertension

Furosemide 40mg tablets are powerful, industry-standard loop diuretics extensively used for the treatment of edema associated with heart failure, liver disease, or renal disease. It plays a significant role in treating hypertension in patients who can't be treated with other drugs. This effective drug aids in the elimination of excessive salt and water from your body by increasing your urination frequency.

  • Product Efficacy: It operates by blocking the absorption of sodium, chloride, and water from the filtered fluid in the kidney tubules, resulting in a significant increase in urine output (diuresis).
  • Dosage and Prescription: Dosage varies based on specific medical conditions and patient responses. Check with a healthcare provider for the right dosage details. This medicinal product requires proper medical prescription and guidance for safe use.
  • Storage: Tablets must be stored and transported at temperatures between 15C and 25C to preserve quality and efficacy.
  • Longevity: The shelf life of these tablets is three years (36 months).
  • Warnings: Care must be taken while using the product. Pregnant women should only use it if absolutely necessary, and breastfeeding mothers must exercise caution.

Each Furosemide tablet is packed with 40mg of pharmaceutical potency, providing robust, professional-grade medical efficacy in each dosage. For detailed usage guidelines, please refer to the World Health Organization's model formularies: WHO Model Formulary 2008 and the WHO Model Formulary for Children 2010.

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