Tarka

Generic Name:Trandolapril and Verapamil

Tarka is a prescription drug licensed to control high blood pressure in adults. The medication causes blood vessels to relax, which lowers blood pressure and makes it easier for the heart to pump blood. Although it cannot cure high blood pressure, the drug can help decrease the health risks that can occur with long-term high blood pressure, including a heart attack or stroke. Tarka comes in a tablet form that is taken once daily. Tarka has the active ingredients of two medications trandolapril and verapamil hydrochloride ER which are prescription medicines that have been licensed for controlling high blood pressure or hypertension in adults. It is not a cure for high blood pressure. Tarka is used to control high blood pressure in adults. By allowing the blood vessels to relax, Tarka decreases blood pressure and makes it easier for the heart to pump blood. The medicine is a combination of two different drugs; their combined effects cause a greater drop in blood pressure than when either medication is used alone. Tarka has not been approved for use in children, and there are no other universally accepted Tarka uses at this time.

How to Use Tarka Tablets

  • Tarka dosage should be taken by mouth with a glass of water.
  • Tarka should be taken with food.
  • Make sure to take Tarka at the same time each day to maintain even levels of the medication in your blood.

Cautions before Use Tarka Tablets

  • Tarka is more likely than other drugs to cause allergic reactions. For example, there have been reports of severe allergic reactions occurring in people who were taking Tarka during dialysis.
  • Tarka that contain an ACE inhibitor may cause swelling medically knowmas angioedema of the head and neck, including the tongue, lips, eyes, or throat.
  • In addition to head and neck angioedema, medicines like Tarka have been known to cause swelling in the intestines. This is known as intestinal angioedema.
  • Tarka may cause extremely low blood pressure in people who are suffering from congestive heart failure and diarrhea.
  • Women who are pregnant are advised to not to take Tarka at all during this time as it may harm the unborn child.
  • People on Tarka can be at an increased risk of infections.

Tarka Tablets Side Effects

The side effects which may arise due to the usage of Tarka are as follows:

  • Dizziness
  • Diarrhea
  • Unexplained swelling
  • Back pain
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain
  • Slow heart rate
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Extremely low blood pressure
  • Constipation
  • Headache
  • Cough

Interactions and Overdose of Tarka Tablets

Some of the drugs that can potentially interact with Tarka include carbamazepine; potassium supplements or salts substitutes with potassium, and potassium-sparing diuretics (such as spironolactone and amiloride). These drug interactions can cause your body to metabolize the medications differently than intended, decrease blood pressure too much, and cause side effects like double vision and balance problems, among other things. Be sure to talk to your healthcare provider about any drug interactions that may apply to you.

Some symptoms of a Tarka overdose can include a decrease or increase in urine output, an irregular heartbeat, loss of consciousness, or even death. If any people suffering from Tarka overdose they should seek medical attention immediately.

 

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