Information about Clopicard AP 75 Tablet
Clopicard AP 75 Tablet is a combination of two antiplatelet medications or blood thinners that are used to prevent the formation of dangerous blood clots in blood vessels. It is used to keep people with heart disease from having a heart attack or stroke. It is also employed in the treatment of acute coronary syndrome (ACS).
Clopicard AP 75 Tablet should be taken with food on a daily basis at the same time. You should take it on a regular basis at evenly spaced intervals as directed by your doctor. It will help you remember to take it if you take it at the same time every day. The dose and duration of medication will be determined by the condition being treated. Even if you feel better, do not stop taking it until you have completed the entire course. Lifestyle adjustments such as a low-fat diet, exercise, and quitting smoking may help this medication perform better.
This medication frequently causes dyspepsia, bruising, and nosebleeds. Because this medication increases your risk of bleeding, you should use caution when shaving, cutting nails, or using sharp items. It is usually best to avoid alcohol when using this medication.
Inform your doctor if you have any liver or kidney illness before using this medication. If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding, you must notify your doctor. You should also inform your healthcare provider about any other medications you are taking, since they may affect or be affected by this medication.
Clopicard AP 75 Tablet Uses
- Prevention of heart attack and stroke
- Treatment of Acute coronary syndrome
Clopicard AP 75 Tablet Benefits
In Prevention of heart attack and stroke
Clopicard AP 75 Tablet is a combination of two antiplatelet or blood thinner medications. It keeps blood from clotting in veins and arteries. This allows blood to circulate freely throughout your body, reducing the risk of a heart attack or stroke (or deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism). Both of these medications work together to prevent the creation of new blood clots as well as the expansion of existing ones. To maximize the effectiveness of this treatment, take it on a regular basis and make necessary lifestyle modifications (such as eating healthy and being active). Even if you feel okay, keep taking it.
In Treatment of Acute coronary syndrome
Clopicard AP 75 Tablet is used to treat acute coronary syndrome by reducing clot formation and preventing platelets from adhering together to form clots. As a result, the medication has a strong anti-clotting action, allowing blood to flow through restricted arteries, which is critical for preventing heart attacks and other catastrophic cardiovascular events in ACS patients.
Clopicard AP 75 Tablet Side Effects
Most side effects are harmless and will go away as your body adjusts to the medication. Consult your doctor if they persist or if you are concerned.
- Gastrointestinal bleeding
- Increased bleeding tendency
How to use Clopicard AP 75 Tablet
Take this medication at the dose and for the duration prescribed by your doctor. Take it all at once. It should not be chewed, crushed, or broken. Clopicard AP 75 Tablet should be consumed with food.
Q1. Why was Clopicard AP 75 Tablet administered to me?
If you suffered a heart attack, were treated with stents in your coronary arteries, or had coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG), you may have been administered Clopicard AP 75 Tablet.
Q2. Does Clopicard AP 75 Tablet thin the blood?
Clopicard AP 75 Tablet is, in fact, a blood thinner. It works by stopping platelets (blood cells) from adhering to one another and forming clots. Clopicard AP 75 Tablet’s action aids in the prevention of problems such as heart attack or stroke in persons with heart disease who have recently experienced a heart attack or severe heart-related chest pain (unstable angina).
Q3. Can I consume alcohol while using Clopicard AP 75 Tablet?
It is not recommended to consume alcohol while taking Clopicard AP 75 Tablet since it may raise the risk of stomach bleeding. As a result, you may vomit blood (bright red blood or black/dark brown like coffee grounds) or have bloody or black tarry stools. If you are unsure, consult your doctor.