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User Voices for Milrinone Lactate

The following are comments from users that experienced side effects while taking Milrinone Lactate

Pneumonia

using on pt. with end stage copd, chest xrayed showed right lower lobe infiltrate, bilateral pleural effusion nand pulmonary edema possible atypical pneumonia with micoplasma and also taking ativian I...


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Oedema

using on pt. with end stage copd, chest xrayed showed right lower lobe infiltrate, bilateral pleural effusion nand pulmonary edema possible atypical pneumonia with micoplasma and also taking ativian I...


Source: Primacor IV : User Ratings covering us...

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Pneumonia

using on pt. with end stage copd, chest xrayed showed right lower lobe infiltrate, bilateral pleural effusion nand pulmonary edema possible atypical pneumonia with micoplasma and also taking ativian I...


Source: Primacor IV : User Ratings covering us...

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Oedema

using on pt. with end stage copd, chest xrayed showed right lower lobe infiltrate, bilateral pleural effusion nand pulmonary edema possible atypical pneumonia with micoplasma and also taking ativian I...


Source: Primacor IV : User Ratings covering us...

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