reserpine

Important: The information below refers to medicines available in the United States that contain reserpine.

Medications containing reserpine:

reserpine systemic

Drug class(es): antiadrenergic agents, peripherally acting
Reserpine systemic is used in the treatment of:

Multi-ingredient medications containing reserpine:

chlorothiazide/reserpine systemic

Brand names: Diupres-250, Diupres-500
Drug class(es): antihypertensive combinations
Chlorothiazide/reserpine systemic is used in the treatment of:

chlorthalidone/reserpine systemic

Brand names: Regroton, Demi-Regroton
Drug class(es): antihypertensive combinations
Chlorthalidone/reserpine systemic is used in the treatment of:

hydralazine/hydrochlorothiazide/reserpine systemic

Brand names: Diuretic Ap-Es, Serpex, Serpazide, Ser-Ap-Es
Drug class(es): antihypertensive combinations
Hydralazine/hydrochlorothiazide/reserpine systemic is used in the treatment of:

hydrochlorothiazide/reserpine systemic

Brand names: Hydropres-25, Hydroserpine 1, Hydroserpine, Hydropres-50
Drug class(es): antihypertensive combinations
Hydrochlorothiazide/reserpine systemic is used in the treatment of:

hydroflumethiazide/reserpine systemic

Brand names: Salutensin, Salutensin-Demi
Drug class(es): antihypertensive combinations
Hydroflumethiazide/reserpine systemic is used in the treatment of:

methyclothiazide/reserpine systemic

Brand names: Diutensen-R
Drug class(es): antihypertensive combinations
Methyclothiazide/reserpine systemic is used in the treatment of:

polythiazide/reserpine systemic

Brand names: Renese-R
Drug class(es): antihypertensive combinations
Polythiazide/reserpine systemic is used in the treatment of:

reserpine/trichlormethiazide systemic

Brand names: Metatensin 2, Metatensin 4
Drug class(es): antihypertensive combinations
Reserpine/trichlormethiazide systemic is used in the treatment of:

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