Dipyridamole (Dipridacot)

Photograph of Dipyridamole (Dipridacot) under the microscope.

Dipyridamole is classified as a coronary vasodilator and is used to produce an increase in coronary blood flow by selective dilation of the coronary arteries. The primary purpose of this drug is to lessen the chance of stroke or other medical conditions that can arise from blocked arteries and vessels. Side effects include skin rash, itching, chest pain, and dizziness.

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