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Captopril Tablets

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Expiry date : Long Effective
last update: 2017-12-24 23:34
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[Indications] Captopril tablets are used in the treatment of high blood pressure and heart failure.

[Specification]  Each tablet contains 25mg of captopril.

[Dosage and administration] Patients must take the drug under the guidance of a doctor. Dosage must be individualized and adjusted according to curative effects.

1. Adults:

(1)High blood pressure

The usual starting dose is 12.5mg (equivalent to half a tablet) 2 or 3 times daily. Depending on how you blood pressure responds, your doctor may increase your dose over 1 to 2 weeks to 50mg taken 2 3 times a day. If the curative effect is not desirable, other antihypertensive drugs will be given together.

(2)Heart failure

The usual starting dose is 12.5mg taken 2 or 3 times a day. If necessary, your doctor will increase the dose later, up to a total of 50mg (equivalent to two tablets) 2 or 3 times a day. Depending on captopril effect to patients, a larger dose may be taken into account after two weeks therapy. In patients with either normal or low blood pressure, who are vigorously treated with diuretics and who may be hyponatremic and/or hypovolemic, a starting dose is 6.25mg (one fourth of a tablet ) taken 3 times per day, the dosage can be increased progressively in several days up to usual dosage.

2. Children

In children with hypertension or heart failure, the initial dose is usually 0.3mg per kg body weight, taken 3 times a day. Depending on patient’s illness, the dose will be increased by 0.3mg per kg body weight every 8 to 24 hours until the minimal effective dose is reached. 

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