What is Norpace Cr
Approved as Treatment by the FDADisopyramide, otherwise known as Norpace, is approved by the FDA for 1 uses which include Ventricular Arrhythmia .
When to interrupt dosageThe prescribed amount of Norpace Cr is contingent upon the determined condition. The quantity of dosage is contingent upon the method of administration (e.g. Tablet, extended release - Oral or Oral) delineated in the table underneath.
WarningsNorpace Cr Contraindications
Norpace Cr Novel Uses: Which Conditions Have a Clinical Trial Featuring Norpace Cr?At present, 4 active clinical trials are being conducted to assess the potential of Norpace Cr in managing Ventricular Arrhythmia.
Norpace Cr Reviews: What are patients saying about Norpace Cr?
Patient Q&A Section about norpace crThese questions and answers are submitted by anonymous patients, and have not been verified by our internal team.
What class of drug is Norpace?
"Class Ia antiarrhythmic drugs work on the sodium channels in the heart. Disopyramide is one of these drugs. Other Class Ia antiarrhythmic drugs include procainamide and quinidine."
Is Norpace CR available?
"The two strengths are available in a box of 30.
Pfizer has two strengths of Norpace CR 100 mg and 150 mg capsules available in a box of 30."
What is Norpace CR used for?
"This medication is used to treat ventricular tachycardia, an irregular heartbeat that could be fatal. Disopyramide is an anti-arrhythmic drug that restores normal heart rhythm and maintains a regular, steady heartbeat."
What is the difference between Norpace and Norpace CR?
"Norpace is a drug made of two isomers, d- and l-. It is not chemically related to other antiarrhythmic drugs. Norpace CR (controlled-release) capsules are designed to release disopyramide gradually and consistently."