My mum is at the age of 82, the doctor advised her to take C0-Diovan ( to replace Nifenipine/Propranolol ) and two months later another doctor recommended her to take Diovan instead of Co-Diovan, so what is the actual difference between these two ? My mum is having problem of right leg swollen, so which type of tablets is more suitable for her ?
What is the difference between Co-Diovan & Diovan ?
Question posted by 21kk on 12 June 2010
Last updated on 11 June 2010 by Rajive Goel
CO-DIOVAN - combination of 2 molecules - Valsartan and hydrochlorothiazide - available in five strengths: Co-Diovan 80/12.5, Co-Diovan 160/12.5, Co-Diovan 160/25, Co-Diovan 320/12.5 and Co-Diovan 320/25 .
Diovan - Valsartan - Diovan is available as tablets for oral administration, containing 40 mg, 80 mg, 160 mg or 320 mg of valsartan.
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