Trinomia

Trinomia consists of a medicine to lower blood pressure (ramipril 5mg), a medicine to lower cholesterol (atorvastatin 20mg) and aspirin (100mg). There are no known potential interactions between the component drugs in Trinomia (atorvastatin, ramipril and aspirin). These agents are in widespread medical use and are often given together.

General safety information:
Trinomia is contraindicated during pregnancy and must not be used in women who are pregnant, trying to become pregnant or are breastfeeding.
Trinomia may cause diziness, particularly when changing from other medication or using a higher dose. This risk is reduced by taking Trinomia in the evening. If dizziness is experienced patients should not drive or use any tools or machines. Patients taking Trinomia are advised to avoid grapefruit juice.
Patients with an allergy to lactose, peanut or soya should not take Trinomia.