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My father, age 82 years, has low heart rate due to bradycardia now admitted in hospital. He is having pneumonia in the lungs also. He is now being given isoline injections for increasing heart rate. Simultaneously he is being given 12 orcibest tablet per day (6 times). Also, he is being given antibiotic for pneumonia. Is it possible to continue with orcibest tablet only stopping isoline injections because for injections he has to continue in the hospital. Or any other medication will be suitable for the ailment. Please advise.

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Yes, you can give antibiotic for pneumonia. It is possible to continue with orcibest tablet only stopping isoline injections because for injections he has to continue in the hospital.
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