Zestoretic


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Zestoretic

A brand name for the ANGIOTENSIN CONVERTING ENZYME inhibitor LISINOPRIL formulated in conjunction with the diuretic drug HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE.
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Moduretic, Prinzide, Teveten HCT, Timolide, Uniretic, Vaseretic, Zestoretic and Ziac.
Other 2002 product introductions included lisinopril and hydrochlorothiazide tablets, bioequivalent to Merck & Co.'s Prinzide and AstraZeneca's Zestoretic hypertension remedies; lisinopril tablets, the generic version of Merck's Prinivil and AstraZeneca's Zestril cardiovascular drugs; micronized fenofibrate capsules, bioequivalent to Abbott Laboratories' cholesterol drug TriCor capsules; fluoxetine capsules and fluoxetine HCl tablets, generic versions of Lilly's depression drug Prozac; and metformin HCl tablets, bioequivalent to Bristol-Myers' Glucophage.
Lisinopril is the generic equivalent of AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP's Zestril tablets and Merck & Co.'s Prinivil tablets, while lisinopril hydrochlorothiazide tablets are a generic version of AstraZeneca's Zestoretic tablets and Merck's prinizide tablets.