Capoten


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Capoten

 [kap´o-ten]
trademark for a preparation of captopril, an antihypertensive agent.

Capoten

(kăp′ə-tn)
A trademark for the drug captopril.

Capoten

a trademark for an angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor (captopril).

Capoten®

Captopril, see there.

Capoten

A brand name for CAPTOPRIL.
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District Court in Delaware on May 10, 1995, seeking a court order allowing them to proceed with their plans to market captopril, a generic version of Bristol-Myers Capoten.
The United States has eight of the top-ten best sellers, including Capoten, Mevacor, and Ceclor.
Capoten is a registered trademark of Par Pharmaceutical, Inc.
for the distribution of multisource versions of Bristol-Myers Squibb's cardiovascular compounds Capoten (captopril) and Corgard (nadolol).
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In the mid-eighties, as part of the Foote, Cone & Belding/VICOM Healthcare Division in San Francisco, he directed the worldwide launch of Capoten, Squibb's revolutionary drug for hypertension and heart failure.