Accupril 5mg (NDC: 0071-0527)

Name:

Accupril 5mg

NDC:

0071-0527

Generic Name:

Quinapril Hydrochloride

Strength:

5mg

Form:

Tablet

Labeler:

Parke-Davis Div of Pfizer Inc

Shape:

Oval

Color:

Brown

Imprint:

PD;527;5

Medication Class:

ACE Inhibitor

Active Ingredient:

Quinapril Hydrochloride

Pregnancy Category:

Usually not recommended (Category D)

Illustration:

Pill Illustration: Accupril 5mg (0071-0527)

About this medication

Accupril is the name of the medication. It comes in the form of a tablet, and should be taken by mouth. It belongs to a class of medications called ACE Inhibitor.

Why is this medication prescribed

This medication is usually used for reducing High blood pressure (also called hypertension) and/or helping the heart. Ask your physician why he or she gave you this medication.

How does it work

Accupril belongs to a group of medications called ACE inhibitors. It keeps your body from producing a hormone that normally causes blood vessels to narrow. It relaxes the blood vessels, and make them wider. As a result, your blood pressure goes down and it helps your heart.

How to use it

This medication comes as a tablet. You should put it in your mouth and swallow it with a glass of water. Do not chew, break or crush it. Swallow it whole.

What to do if you are pregnant

Tell your physician if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant. Studies show that when pregnant women use the medication, some babies are born with problems related to the medication. However, in some serious situations, the medication may still help the mother and the baby more than it might harm. Talk with your physician about it.

More Information

Read more about Accupril 5mg on the FDA website.

Last Update: May 13th 2017
Data sources: Label (May 13th 2017), FDA (May 31st 2015)

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