Teriss 1mg Injection

Teriss 1mg Injection

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Teriss 1mg Injection should only be administered by a healthcare professional It is important not to attempt to selfadminister this medicine at home The dosage and frequency of administration will be determined by your doctor This medicine is specifically given to patients experiencing severe or lifethreatening bleeding in the food pipe esophagus Like any medication Teriss 1mg Injection may cause some common side effects including headache slow heart rate high blood pressure and low blood pressure If any of these side effects persist or worsen it is important to inform your doctor Before using this medicine it is crucial to inform your doctor about any existing heart liver or kidney problems Additionally make sure to disclose all other medications you are currently taking It is worth noting that Teriss 1mg Injection is not recommended for use in children and adolescents