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Benzthiazide (BAN/INN, also known as benzothiazide; trade names Aquatag, Dihydrex, Diucen, Edemax, Exna, Foven and others) is a thiazide diuretic used in the treatment of high blood pressure and edema. It is no longer available in the United States. In the United Kingdom, it was also sold in combination with the potassium-sparing diuretic triamterene under the trade name Dytide.
Lorelco · Superlipid · Biphenabid
Probucol is an anti-hyperlipidemic drug initially developed in the treatment of coronary artery disease. However, clinical trials were stopped after it was found that it may lower HDL in patients with a previous history of heart disease. Probucol was initially developed in the 1970s by a chemical company to maximize airplane tire longevity.
Enoximone (INN, trade name Perfan) is an imidazole phosphodiesterase inhibitor. It is used in the treatment of congestive heart failure and is selective for phosphodiesterase 3.
2,2'-(decamethylenedithio)-diethanol · bis(hydroxy-2-ethylthio)-1,10-decane · thiadenol
Tiadenol is a hypolipidemic agent.
Arotinolol (41287-43-8, 68377-92-4)
S 596 · arotinolol, (+-)-isomer · arotinolol hydrochloride
Arotinolol (INN, marketed under the tradename Almarl) is a medication in the class of mixed alpha/beta blockers. It also acts as a β3 receptor agonist. A 1979 publication suggests arotinolol as having first been described in the scientific literature by Sumitomo Chemical as "β-adrenergic blocking, antiarrhythmic compound S-596".