Maxzide


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Maxzide

(măks′zīd′)
A trademark for a drug containing hydrochlorothiazide and triamterene, used for hypertension.
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However; a number of other prescription medications were listed in the coroner's report: Depakote, a treatment for epilepsy and the manic episodes associated with bipolar depression; Paxil, an antidepressant; Viagra, a treatment for impotence; Maxzide, a diuretic used in the treatment of high blood pressure; Claritin, an antihistamine; Bextra, an arthritis treatment; Valtrex, a preventive treatment for genital.
But despite the status Mylan has achieved with its generic products and such proprietary drugs as Maxzide and Maxzide-25 mg., two antihypertensive medications marketed by Lederle Laboratories, and Eldepryl, a treatment for Parkinson's disease marketed by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corp., the manufacturer is not resting on its laurels.
Some of these combinations are Dyazide, Moduretic, Maxzide or Aldactazide.
In a postmarketing surveilance study of over 47,000 patients treated with triamterene/hydrochlorothiazide (Maxzide), no significant psychiatric changes were noted except for a 2% to 3% incidence of fatigue.[75]