Enalapril maleate and Hydrochlorothiazide

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by Kathleen Major in West Palm Beach, Flo, 05/16/2008

Enalapril maleate and Hydrochlorothiazide
Enalapril maleate and Hydrochlorothiazide (Vaseretic)
Enalapril maleate and Hydrochlorothiazide
(en- AL-ah-prill, high-droh- KLORoh- THIGH-ah-zyd)
Pregnancy Category: D Vaseretic (Rx)

Classification: Antihypertensive

See Also: See also Enalapril maleate and Hydrochlorothiazide .

Content: ACE inhibitor: Enalapril, 5 mg or 10 mg. Diuretic: Hydrochlorothiazide, 12.5 mg or 25 mg.

Uses: Combination therapy for hypertension.

Contraindications: Use for initial therapy of hypertension. Anuria or severe renal dysfunction. History of angioedema related to use of ACE inhibitors. Lactation.

Special Concerns: Excessive hypotension may be observed in clients with severe salt or volume depletion such as those treated with diuretics or on dialysis. Significant hypotension may also be seen with severe CHF, with or without associated renal insufficiency. A significant fall in BP may result in MI or CVA in clients with ischemic heart or cerebrovascular disease. Safety and effectiveness have not been established in children.

How Supplied: See Content

Adults: 1-2 tablets once daily.

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Enalapril maleate and Hydrochlorothiazide

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Maryo, Maryo - 01/15/2014

Prashant, you are completely wrong when you say that arotrelane maleate is not an NCE. Have you checked this out yourself or are you relying on media reports? Can you show one country in the world where it has been approved or marketed before? In malaria treatment, monotherapy is not almost never recommended and it is very common to develop FDCs directly, even when one of actives is the an NCE. As such Indian scientists are not seen to be innovative, as alluded to in your recent post on Prof Desiraju's Nature article. It certainly does not help to be belittling work by Indian scientists just so you make a point. Please check your facts before you cast aside such work.