What's the difference in glyburide/metformin 2.5/500 mg & glyburide/metformin hydrochloride 2.5?

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20 Sep 2009

There is no difference in glyburide/metformin 2.5/500mg and glyburide/metformin hydrochloride 2.5.

Medicines with this combination containing glyburide 2.5mg, have 500mg of metformin.

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