Disopyramide phosphate | definition of disopyramide phosphate by Medical dictionary
disopyramide phosphate (dī′sō-pîr′ə-mīd′)
A cardiac depressant used in the treatment of life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias.
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disopyramide phosphate (dī-sō-pēr′ă-mīd)
A drug used in treating cardiac arrhythmias.
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ER (disopyramide phosphate
) capsule, extended release.
From a small start-up operation founded in 1990 with just three products (extended-release potassium chloride, disopyramide phosphate
and nitroglycerine) and first year sales of $5 million, Ethex is expected to top the $30 million mark in sales by the end of fiscal 1995.
Robins Co.'s Micro-K 10 Extencaps; a disopyramide phosphate
, still the only generic version of Searle Pharmaceutical Inc.'s Norpace CR capsules; and a nitroglycerine product.