Is There A Difference Between Diltiaz Er Cd 180 And Diltiazem

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hiefer56 Says:


we have swithed pharmacies and were given a differant pill than we are used to. Is there a differance between diltiaz er (cd)180/24cap actav eliz and diltiazem 180?



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Verwon Says:

The difference listed for the dosage, since the Diltiaz ER CD is listed as 180/24 leads me to believe that it is not the same medication even though I can't find specifics listed anywhere. Such a dosage, usually denotes that it contains 2 active ingredients and, in such cases, the Diltiazem is often coupled with another medication to give better blood pressure control. I just can't find anything that lists what the other ingredient is.

If it were me, I'd return to the pharmacy and ask them for specifics on exactly what it contains, because if your doctor didn't order a change to the medication, they should not have given you something different.

The Diltiazem only contains that as the active ingredient.


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Is anyone familiar with what the Diltiaz ER CD contains?

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