Drug description Lasix
Drug description: Lasix: 20 mg white scored tablets marked DLF; 40 mg white scored tablets marked DLI. Both also marked with maker's symbol. Lasix 500: yellow quarter-scored tablets marked with maker's symbol one side, DLX on reverse. Lasix Injection: ampoules
Generic name: Frusemide (furosemide)
Drug class description: Loop diuretics
Special precautions Lasix
Hepatic or renal impairment. Gout
. Prostatic hypertrophy or impaired micturition. Pregnancy. Lactation. Potassium supplements may be required
Adverse and side effects Lasix
GI upset, rash, gout
Lasix Lasix: Frusemide 20mg , 40mg . Lasix 500: Frusemide 500 mg (Hospital supervision only). Lasix Paediatric Liquid: Frusemide 1mg per mL. Lasix Injection: Frusemide 10mg per mL
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