Table of Contents
- 1 What is Fruselac?
- 2 Uses of Fruselac
- 3 How does Fruselac work?
- 4 How to take Fruselac?
- 5 Fruselac Common Dosage
- 6 When to Avoid Fruselac?
- 7 Precautions While Taking Fruselac:
- 8 Side-Effects of Fruselac:
- 9 Drug Interactions to be Careful About
- 10 Buyer’s Guide – Fruselac Composition, Variant and Price
- 11 Substitutes of Fruselac
- 12 FAQs – 10 Important Questions Answered about Fruselac
- 13 Authored By –
1What is Fruselac?
It is mainly used for treatment of fluid retention and decreased potassium levels in cases of kidney or liver diseases and high Blood Pressure Leg cramps and appetite changes are the common side effects seen at repetitive doses. It should be totally avoided in case of no urine output, and in patients with Hyperkalaemia (increased potassium levels).
Fruselac Composition: Furosemide 20mg + Spironolactone 50mg
Manufactured By: Lupin Ltd.
Prescription: Required as it belongs to Schedule ‘H’ but it is also available as OTC
Form: Tablets and Injections
Price: Rs 35.15 (10 tablets)
Expiry/Shelf Life: 24 months from the date of manufacturing
Type of Drug: Diuretic