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Synonyms for verapamil

a drug (trade names Calan and Isoptin) used as an oral or parenteral calcium blocker in cases of hypertension or congestive heart failure or angina or migraine

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To obtain the P-gp inhibitor verapamil hydrochloride stock solution, verapamil hydrochloride was weighed precisely at 0.1233 g, and placed in a 25-mL volumetric flask.
(TSE: 4523) announced today that Vasolan(R) Tablets 40mg (generic name: verapamil hydrochloride) received approval for the additional indications of the treatment of atrial fibrillation/flutter and paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia.
Mylan Laboratories, Pittsburgh, (412) 232-0100, has received FDA approval to manufacture verapamil hydrochloride extended-release capsules in 120-mg, 180-mg, and 240-mg strengths.
Verapamil hydrochloride: pharmacological properties and role in cardiovascular therapeutics.
The Kremers Urban portfolio also provides several difficult-to-manufacture and extended-release products that require complex drug development technology and manufacturing processes including: atorvastatin calcium tablets, hydrocodone polistirex and chlorpheniramine polistirex Pennkinetic extended-release suspension CIII, methylphenidate HCI extended-release capsules CD CII, nifedipine extended-release tablets USE nitroglycerin transdermal systems, omeprazole delayed-release capsules USE oxybutynin chloride extended-release tablets USE pantoprazole sodium delayed-release tablets USE tacrolimus capsules, verapamil hydrochloride extended-release (PM) capsules, and several other generic products.
Paeoniflorin (Nacalai Tesque Japan), veratrine hydrochloride (Sigma, USA), verapamil hydrochloride (Sigma USA), ethylene glycol-bis([beta]-aminoethyl ether) N,N,N',N'-tetraacetic acid (EGTA)(Sigma USA), naloxone (Sigma USA), ryanodine (RBI USA), norepinephrine (RBI USA) and potassium chloride (Merck USA) were dissolved in Krebs' Ringer solution.
If unsuccessful, intravenous adenosine or verapamil hydrochloride may be given to slow AV conduction.