I have a patient who needs a 180mg/day dosage in a SR form and it is not available now.
29 Dec 2010
I assume you want to give ONE and a HALF 120mg tablets. There is no point in cutting one SR tablet as it loses its sustained release property. There has to be some other way. Perhaps there are generic versions available in Canada that come as a higher strength SR tablet.
There are several generic versions of 180mg verapamil SR tablets (made by Mylan, Teva Pharmaceuticals a few more) in United States.
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