Difference Between Metoprolol Tarta 50 Mg And Succ Er

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is there any difference between Metoprolol Tarta 50mg and Metoprolol Succ ER 50 mg?



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Verwon Says:

The succinate and tartrate just refer to the specific chemical salt that the manufactured used in their process to create the drug, however, if they are both ER, then they are the same and will work in the same manner.

The ER stands for extended release, so is not a time released formulation, then there could be a difference, because a regular release formulation won't allow for the same blood pressure or cardiac control, throughout the day.

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