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Ser-Ap-Es (Hydralazine Hydrochloride / Hydrochlorothiazide / Reserpine) - Summary

 
 



SER-AP-ES SUMMARY

Ser-Ap-Es®

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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NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

Media Articles Related to Ser-Ap-Es (Hydralazine / Hydrochlorothiazide / Reserpine)

Late-onset hypertension may lower dementia risk, study finds
Source: Hypertension News From Medical News Today [2017.01.17]
For the first time, a study investigates the link between high blood pressure later in life and the risk of dementia and cognitive decline.

New guidelines raise upper hypertension limit for 'otherwise healthy' over-60s
Source: Hypertension News From Medical News Today [2017.01.17]
New guidelines say treat otherwise healthy patients aged 60 and older when persistent systolic blood pressure is at or above 150 mm Hg, not 140 mm Hg.

Hypertension and prehypertension underdiagnosed and undertreated in US children
Source: Hypertension News From Medical News Today [2016.11.24]
Hypertension and prehypertension in children often go undiagnosed, according to a new study published in Pediatrics.

Immune cells identified as the culprit linking hypertension and dementia
Source: Hypertension News From Medical News Today [2016.11.16]
Hypertension is a leading risk factor for dementia and other disorders associated with cognitive decline.

Offspring may have higher risk for developing hypertension if their parents had hypertension before age 55
Source: Hypertension News From Medical News Today [2016.11.14]
If your parents were diagnosed with high blood pressure before age 55, you may be at higher risk for developing high blood pressure than if they developed hypertension at a later age, according to...

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