terazosin


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Synonyms for terazosin

antihypertensive drug (trade name Hytrin) used to treat high blood pressure

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Abbott's patent was directed to crystalline forms of terazosin hydrochloride, which is the active ingredient in Hytrin.
Similarly, the agreements in In re Terazosin Hydrochloride
In this open-label, nonrandomized, 12-week retrospective study, 60 patients were assigned to four treatment groups: no treatment, treatment with benzatropine 2 mg/day, treatment with terazosin (an [[alpha].
Pathophysiolgy of autonomic dysreflexia; long-term treatment with terazosin in adult and pediatric spinal cord injury patients manifesting recurrent dysreflexic episodes.
PHOENIX -- All 16 patients involved in preliminary open-label trials responded to off-label treatment with terazosin for antidepressant-induced excessive sweating.
9 nM), idazoxan (12 nM), BRL-44408 (15 nM), oxymetazoline (25 nM), yohimbine (63 nM), ARC-239 (76 nM), prazosin (4900 nM) and terazosin (5000 nM) correlated best with affinities previously published for the [[alpha].
Serial prostate-specific antigen measurements in men with clinically benign prostatic hyperplasia during a 12-month placebo-controlled study with terazosin.
His daily medications included lisinopril 20 mg, hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg, terazosin 2 mg, a multivitamin, and enteric-coated aspirin 325 mg.
The initial treatment of BPH is medical--with the use of such prostate-shrinking drugs as finasteride (Proscar), terazosin (Hytrin), or tamsulosin (Flomax).
isosorbide [Isordil[R] and Ismo[R]], terazosin [Hytrin[R]], doxazosin [Cardura[R]]) should be warned that alcohol consumption in combination with those medications may cause lower-than-normal blood pressure.
Its main competitors are Hytrin, or terazosin, and Pfizer Inc.
An example of this is the recent full-page ad of Abbott Laboratories to convince "every man over the age of 50" to take a test for benign prostatic hyperplasia and to request that their physician prescribe a proprietary brand of terazosin hydrochloride.
The prescription drug terazosin is a safe and effective treatment for both high blood pressure and the symptoms of an enlarged prostate--medically known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), an Ohio State University study shows.
However, a randomized control trial by Yilmaz and colleagues demonstrated that tamsulosin, terazosin, and doxazosin were equally effective in distal stone expulsion in comparison to the control group.