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ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) 10 mg tablet It is taken orally.

Active ingredient
Its 25% trituration in lactose contains 40 mg of isosorbide dinitrate.

Mannitol, refined sugar, magnesium stearate, corn starch

1. What is ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) and what is it used for?

ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) is a vasodilating drug containing isosorbide dinitrate, which is included in a group of drugs called vasodilating organic nitrates and used in heart diseases.

ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) tablet is in the form of a round, straight-sided white tablet with a notch on one side and “Ayerst” on the other side, and there are 50 tablets in the package.

ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) relaxes the blood vessels, reduces the work force of the heart and helps the heart to pump blood more easily. In addition, the amount of oxygen required by the heart is also reduced. Since it also widens the blood vessels that feed the heart, the amount of blood and oxygen offered to the heart also increases.

ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) 10 mg tablet,

• In the prevention of sudden chest pain (angina pectoris) caused by the heart's inability to receive enough oxygen due to coronary heart disease,

• It is used together with other drugs [glycoside (used in heart failure), diuretic (diuretic) and arterial vasodilators (vasodilators)] in heart failure, a disease in which the heart's blood pumping power is reduced.

2. How to use ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate)?

Instructions for proper use and dose/frequency of administration

It is very important that you take ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) exactly as prescribed by your doctor. If you don't take it properly, your medicine will gradually become less effective and you will be more likely to not benefit.

If you are not using ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) for the treatment of your chest pain due to insufficient blood supply to your heart, you usually start treatment with 5-20 mg of ISORDIL and take 10-40 mg 4 times a day (every 6 hours).

If you are not using ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) for the treatment of the heart's pumping power, start the treatment with 20 mg 3-4 times a day and increase the dose to a total of 120-160 mg per day according to your doctor's recommendation.

In order for the effect of ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) not to decrease in continuous use, we should leave 14 hours or more between two doses (for example, if we use ISORDIL 3 times a day, the first dose is at 8.00 in the morning, the second dose is at 14.00 and the last dose is at 18.00. We take it too, so the time between the last dose we take in the evening and the first dose we take the next morning will be 14 hours).

Application route and method

• İSORDİL (Generic Dilatrate) is used by swallowing with some survr.

different age groups

Use in children

Use in the elderly

Special use cases:

kidney failure

The dose is gradually increased and patients are carefully monitored throughout treatment.

liver failure

The dose is gradually increased and patients are carefully monitored throughout treatment.

If you have the impression that the effect of ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) is too strong or too weak, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.

If you take more ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) than you should

If you have used more than you should use from ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate), talk to a doctor or pharmacist.

Sudden drop in blood pressure when ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) is taken in overdose; persistent and severe headache, dizziness, palpitations; visual disturbances, redness of the skin and sweating (later cooling and bruising), nausea and vomiting (sometimes bloody diarrhea), fainting, increased respiratory rate, difficulty in breathing, slowing of the heartbeat, irregular heartbeat, seizures, coma and death. Your red blood cells may become fragmented and anemia may develop.

If you have used ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) in an overdose, your doctor will monitor you and give you the necessary supportive treatment.

3. What are the possible side effects?

Like all medicines, there may be side effects in people who are sensitive to the substances contained in ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate).

If any of the following occur, stop using ISORDIL (Generic Dilatrate) and IMMEDIATELY inform your doctor or go to the nearest hospital emergency department:

• If your blood pressure falls excessively (as a result, there may be signs such as weakness, dizziness, accelerated heartbeat, decreased blood flow to the heart and brain, chest pain, heart attack and stroke. Shock and fainting may occur).

• If severe allergy symptoms develop that may cause difficulty in breathing

• If signs of sudden onset of bruising and lack of oxygen develop (methemoglobinemia)

• Swelling of the mouth, face and tongue (angioedema)

These are all very serious side effects.

If you have one of these, it means you have a serious allergy to ISORDIL. You may need emergency medical attention or hospitalization.