Conivaptan

Category: Diuretic



Conivaptan Overview

Conivaptan (YM 087, brand name Vaprisol) is a non-peptide inhibitor of the receptor for anti-diuretic hormone, also called vasopressin. It was approved in 2004 for hyponatremia (low blood sodium levels). The compound was discovered by Astellas and marked in 2006. The drug is now marketed by Cumberland Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Conivaptan inhibits two of the three subtypes of the vasopressin receptor (V1a and V2). Effectively, it causes iatrogenic nephrogenic diabetes insipidus. Conivaptan has no...

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Conivaptan
  • Injection: 20mg, 20mg/100ml (0.2mg/ml), 20mg/100ml(0.2mg/ml), 20mg/4ml (5mg/ml)
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