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Hydromet: methyldopa + hydrochlorothiazide

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Hydromet (MSD) is a mixture of 250 mg methyldopa with 15 mg hydrochlorothiazide in a tablet offered for the treatment of hypertension. Both drugs may lower the blood pressure when it is raised. In a double-blind trial1 a combination of the two (given in separate tablets) was found to be better than either drug alone combined with a placebo. The dose of hydrochlorothiazide was 100 mg daily and the dose of methyldopa was increased from 1 to 2 G daily after the first week.

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  • * Based on material published on June 5th, 1964 in The Medical Letter, New York.

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