Lyrab is an oral antacid which helps in curbing increased secretion of acid into the stomach. The drug helps in treatment of various digestive troubles.
Rabeprazole is the active ingredient of Lyrab. It acts via the medium of other inactive components of Lyrab and exerts its therapeutic effect on stomach lining. This helps in reducing secretion of hydrochloric acid which is required for digestion of food.
The therapeutic indications of Lyrab are given below:
Other digestive disorders not mentioned above may also respond well to treatment with Lyrab.
Patients who use Lyrab are known to develop the following side effects in certain conditions:
Other side effects that have not been mentioned above can also respond well to Lyrab.
Patients who are on a course of Lyrab should follow certain precautions in order to avoid undesirable side effects of the drug. Some precautions are mentioned below:
Other instructions may also be given to patients regarding use of Lyrab. These instructions should be followed to ensure that there is no harmful drug reaction.
Other drugs which resemble Lyrab tablet in chemical composition and therapeutic action can be used as its substitutes. Some of these drugs are mentioned below:
Either of these tablets can be used in place of Lyrab but only after a physician approves of it.