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Synonyms for Procardia

calcium blocker (trade name Procardia)

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The court found that the record established that the failure of nurses to give the patient Procardia in accordance with Dr.
Indeed, gum side effects could be prevented by a clean mouth, said Siegel, who showed a photograph of a Procardia patient whose teeth and gums were so damaged the patient needed surgery.
Among the drugs that grapefruit is known to affect: calcium-channel blockers like Procardia or Adalat, antihistamines like Seldane, immunosuppressants like cyclosporine, short-acting sedatives like Halcion, and estrogens like Estinyl.
Drug FFS Mentions Drug HMO Mentions Lanoxin 11,040,029 FUROSEMIDE 765,020 Cardizem 7,279,562 Lanoxin 738,471 Procardia 6,848,458 Vasotec 580,145 Zantac 6,775,104 Cardizem 545,495 FUROSEMIDE 6,190,546 HCTZ(**) 496,224 Lasix 6,000,161 Procardia 479,228 Vasotec 5,992,800 Premarin 413,688 Synthroid 5,697,207 Synthroid 402,307 Capoten 5,500,437 ISOSORBIDE DN 401,875 Premarin 5,131,864 Ventolin 386,878
Antianginals -- Isoptin/Calan, Cardizem, Procardia, Cardene, Norvasc, DynaCirc, Vascor
He was responsible for several New Drug Applications ("NDA") programs including such drugs as Procardia and Imdur.
today announces the ANDA approval of the generic equivalent to Procardia XL (Nifedipine) Extended Release Tablets, 30 mg, 60 mg and 90 mg, in the United States.
These include Pepcid, Maalox, Procardia, Alli, and statins.
nifedipine: Adalat, Adalat CC, Procardia, Procardia XL.
Biovail Corporation (NYSE:BVF)(TSE:BVF), Toronto, has announced that its 30mg dosage strength of generic Procardia XL (once daily nifedipine) has been granted final approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for immediate marketing in the United States.
One is nifedipine, marketed as Procardia by Pfizer and Adalat by the Bayer Company.
The only drug the FDA advisers expressed concern about was an old version of nifedipine, sold under the brand names Adalat and Procardia, that must be taken four times a day.
Such other commonly used drugs as Dilantin (used to treat epilepsy), Procardia, and Cyclosporin A tend to create a fibrous tissue that, if untreated, can overgrow teeth in much the same manner that ivy overgrows a wall.
These products include generic versions of Cardizem(R)CD, Adalat(R)CC, Procardia XL(R), and Voltaren(R)XR.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) for Nifedipine Extended-release Tablets USP, 30 mg, 60 mg and 90 mg, the generic version of Pfizer's Procardia XL Tablets, a treatment for angina and/or hypertension.