Pack of 60 Lamivudine 150mg Film-Coated Tablets - Reliable HIV Management

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Manage HIV Effectively with Lamivudine 150mg Film Coated Tablets – Pack of 60

  • Lamivudine, a powerful nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI)
  • Primarily used for HIV infection control and preventing mother-to-child HIV transmission
  • Tablets are scored for equal division to ensure consistency in each dose
  • Pack contains 60 film-coated tablets with a shelf life of 36 months
  • Optimal storage is below 30u00b0C in the original sealed container
  • Dispensed in its original packing for safety assurance
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    Hong Kong Hong Kong 3 years
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Lamivudine 150mg Film-coated Tablets, Pack of 60 - Robust HIV Management

The Lamivudine 150mg Film Coated Tablets serve as an efficacious antiretroviral medication for managing HIV. Precisely formulated, each tablet contains an accurate dose of 150mg Lamivudine, a trusted nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI), to relentlessly combat HIV.

  • Contains 60 film-coated tablets designed for easy ingestion.
  • They play a crucial role in preventing mother-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV when used alongside suitable combination therapies.
  • Intelligent design includes scoring the tablets to facilitate accurate dose division.
  • Practical 36-month shelf-life ensures product longevity.
  • No stringent storage requirements - a tightly sealed container away from children's reach and not above 30u00b0C (86u00b0F) suffices.

Certified by WHO and FDA, these Lamivudine tablets guarantee reliability and efficacy as per global ratings. Follow WHO treatment guidelines and regional national guidelines for usage. Integral to the IEHK 2011 PEP Kit (S9901003), these tablets should remain in their original container to maintain their quality. Avoid repacking for easy dispensing.

Using Lamivudine 150mg tablets involves careful dosage observation and healthcare provider’s directives for maximum efficacy. Known to interact with some drugs, it’s advisable to disclose all current medications to the provider. Side effects, although not common, can manifest and need immediate medical attention. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should consult their healthcare provider before use.

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