Caduet

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Caduet is a codrug for treating various conditions of cardiovascular system related to high cholesterol and high blood pressure. It comes as fixed-dose combination pills with two ingredients Atorvastatin and Amlodipine in different strengths, which allows each component to be titrated individually. Pills are taken once daily without regard to food.
  • Expire Date: Feb 2021
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What is Caduet?
Caduet is a fixed-dose combination drug product developed for targeting multiple conditions that affect heart and blood vessels. It is a kind of polypill that contains two active ingredients Atorvastatin and Amlodipine to reduce the risk of stroke and infarction when treatment is appropriate. Combination of these pharmaceutical agents maximizes the drug’s preventive effect, reduces the pill burden of patients and improves medication compliance. The drug is often prescribed with diet, exercise and stopping smoking to help it work better.

When is Caduet indicated?
Caduet is indicated for the treatment of hypertension and high cholesterol. It can be prescribed to patients in whom therapy with both Atorvastatin and Amlodipine is appropriate. The first agent is a statin that controls cholesterol production in the body, and the second agent is a calcium channel blocker that improves blood flow and lowers blood pressure. The combination drug is primarily prescribed for angina, coronary artery disease and high blood pressure in adults. It is not approved for use in children.

How to take Caduet?
Caduet polypills should be taken by mouth without regard to food, usually once daily. The dosage is patient-specific and must be individualized according to both effectiveness and tolerance to each individual component. Doses of Atorvastatin and Amlodipine should be selected independently. There are different strengths of the drug and its components are titrated individually. Always follow your doctor’s instruction for the drug to work properly.

When is Caduet contraindicated?
Caduet is contraindicated to people with active liver disease and anyone with known hypersensitivity reactions to any of the codrug’s ingredients. It is not for use in women who are nursing, pregnant or may become pregnant. Caution must be exercised in patients with severe coronary artery disease.

What are Caduet side effects?
Caduet side effects include fatigue, headache, flushing, heart palpitations, arrhythmia and muscle pain. As a rule it is well tolerated, and if any side effects occur, they are usually minor. Although serious effects as hypotension, rash, swelling (especially in the legs, feet or ankles), jaundice or rapid weight gain are also possible. Inform your prescribing physician if you develop these or any other side effects while receiving the drug.