Spironothiazide

Spironothiazide

Spironothiazide is a diuretic. Spironothiazide is a combination of a potassium sparing diuretic, spironolactone (see also aldactone) and a thiazide. Thiazides, from their type, are similar to loop diuretics (see also Lasix). The main difference from loop diuretics is...
Lasix (Furosemide)

Lasix (Furosemide)

Lasix is a fairly old and extremely popular diuretic that first gained popularity in Germany in the early 1960’s. Shortly after it would gain worldwide attention due to its ability to fight edema and high blood pressure, and it is still used for such purposes today....
Hydrodiuril (Hydrochlorothiazide)

Hydrodiuril (Hydrochlorothiazide)

Hydrodiuril, generically known and more often referred to as hydrochlorothiazide (its active ingredient), is a diuretic used to treat excessive fluid accumulation and swelling (edema) of the body caused by heart failure, cirrhosis, chronic kidney failure,...
Dyrenium (Triamterene)

Dyrenium (Triamterene)

Dyrenium is the brand name for triamterene, a moderately potent oral diuretic used to treat numerous conditions, as well as edema – excess fluid retention. Dyrenium can also be used to treat excessive aldosterone (a hormone produced by the adrenal glands to help...
Aldactone (Spironolactone)

Aldactone (Spironolactone)

Spironolactone is a popular diuretic that first appeared in the 1950’s and became a regular part of clinical medicine in the early 1960’s. There are numerous well-known brand names of Spironolactone but the most well-known of all is Searle’s Aldactone. Aldactone has...

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