Moduretic

Moduretic

A brand name for a mixture of the potassium-sparing DIURETIC drug AMILORIDE and the thiazide diuretic HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE.
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Changes in lipid and lipoprotein values during a cross-over treatment of doxazosin, moduretic and amlodipine in hypertensive patients.
Shane Warne, was banned in 2003 for 12 months after using Moduretic - supposedly to lose weight.
Certains souffrent le martyre, a l'image des cardiaques qui ont de plus en plus de mal a trouver Moduretic sur le marche, ou les injections de Brocacine cardiaques.
Group 12 received 5 mg/kg b/wt of the positive control, moduretic drug (amiloride HCl + hydrochlorothiazide).
Diuretics (water pills) listed in the 2005 Physicians' Desk Reference include Daranide, Dyazide, Maxzide, Moduretic, Demadex, Edecrin, Furosemide, Dyrenium, Midamor, Diuril, Indapamide, Microzide, Renese, and Zaroxolyn.
(154) Merck held patents for its drug Moduretic in a number of Member States, but not in Italy, where at the time, no patent protection for pharmaceuticals was available.
shane warne: Sent home from cricket's World Cup 2003 in disgrace after testing positive for a banned drug called Moduretic, a treatment normally prescribed for high blood pressure but also one used by Mrs Brigitte Warne, aged 56, to 'make yourself look and feel that little bit better.' The long and short of it was twiggy Warne's old dear thought he looked a bit tubby (really?) and good old mum thought the drugs would work in helping him shed a pound or two.
"Coupled with that is his vague, unsatisfactory and inconsistent evidence about the extent of using a Moduretic.
However, Warne's defence so far has been that he was unaware that the medicine Moduretic - provided by his mother - contained any banned substances.
Some of these combinations are Dyazide, Moduretic, Maxzide or Aldactazide.
Moduretic, Prinzide, Teveten HCT, Timolide, Uniretic, Vaseretic, Zestoretic and Ziac.