Ser-Ap-Es is an antihypertensive-diuretic combination, available as tablets for oral administration. Each tablet contains Serpasil (reserpine USP), 0.1 mg; Apresoline (hydralazine hydrochloride USP), 25 mg; and Esidrix (hydrochlorothiazide USP), 15 mg.
Ser-Ap-Es (hydralazine/hydrochlorothiazide/reserpine) is indicated for the following:
Hypertension (see boxed WARNING).
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