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Dr. Mark Ingerman
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Univasc (Overview)

Univasc is an angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor which is a kind of blood pressure drug (cardiovascular drug).


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Lisinopril versus moexipril?

Lisinopril versus moexipril?

About the same: These medications are about equivalent although the makers of Moexipril claim better tissue penetration. Drugs in this class of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor are effective. ...Read more

Dr. Mark Ingerman
3 doctors shared insights

Univasc (Overview)

Univasc is an angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor which is a kind of blood pressure drug (cardiovascular drug).


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Why flavedon mr35mg used what is the side effect?

Why flavedon mr35mg used what is the side effect?

Flavedon: Read this article first===>http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/trimetazidine. The drug is principally used now for patients with angina (heart pain) and has been shown to be effective. It should not be used if you have any movement disorders such a s restless leg syndrome or parkinson's-like neurologist symptoms. Rad the side effects and you and your doctor van decide whether its right for you. ...Read more

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Can an ace-inhibitor 20 mg. Tab be cut in half and taken twice daily, instead of one time, since it reduces (it's working) side effects in a patient?

Can an ace-inhibitor 20 mg. Tab be cut in half and taken twice daily, instead of one time, since it reduces (it's working) side effects in a patient?

Depends: I agree that twice daily dosing in clinical trials has somewhat better effects on the neuroendocrine system, however many pills are not safe to split--especially extended release formulations. It depends on the manufacturer. Aceon, mavik, (trandolapril) and univasc may be splittable ace inhibitors if you are trying to save money, but please consult your doctor first! don't split non-scored pills! ...Read more

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Please help! what happens when someone has a drug overdose?

Please help! what happens when someone has a drug overdose?

That depends on: How serious it is and what drugs or medications were taken. Overdoses are often treated initially in an emergency room. The person is monitored and often they have intravenous fluids. If they stopped breathing - a tube can be inserted to assist with breathing. Sometimes they are given charcoal to absorb the drugs and sometimes their stomach is "pumped". They may need to be given medications. ...Read more

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Lisinopril versus moexipril?

About the same: These medications are about equivalent although the makers of Moexipril claim better tissue penetration. Drugs in this class of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor are effective. ...Read more

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Which is better lisinopril versus moexipril?

Which is better lisinopril versus moexipril?

About the same: These medications are about equivalent although the makers of Moexipril claim better tissue penetration. Drugs in this class of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor are effective. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how comparable in their effectiveness are moexipril and lisinopril?

Can you tell me how comparable in their effectiveness are moexipril and lisinopril?

Comparison: they are both angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors and their effectiveness is comparable. There is more data with lisinopril, it having been around longer than moexipril. ...Read more

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Depression from taking uniretic (moexipril and hydrocholorthiazide)?

Depression from taking uniretic (moexipril and hydrocholorthiazide)?

Probably not: Not a common side effect but could cause medical problems (ie liver failure) that could present as depression--run it by your doc. ...Read more

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Depression from taking uniretic (moexipril and hydrocholorthiazide)?

Depression from taking  uniretic (moexipril and hydrocholorthiazide)?

Some diuretics: Seem to be able to cause depression. Talk with your doctor about this happening with you. ...Read more

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Dr. Katharine Cox
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Moexipril (Definition)

Moexipril is an angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor which is a kind of blood ...Read more