Brand Name(s): Remeron
Drug Class: Tetracyclic antidepressants
Mirtazapine is a type of drug that is used for treating depression. Mirtazapine belongs to a group of medications that are referred to as antidepressants. This drug generally works by increasing some types of activities in the brain in order to maintain a normal mental balance. It also improves the mood and feeling of well-being.
Mirtazapine is an antidepressant medicine that is prescribed to patients that have been diagnosed with acute depression condition. It works by correcting an imbalance of chemicals in the brain known for causing depression.
Enalapril Maleate should only be prescribed to adult patients. The dosage should be administered orally and mostly once a day at bedtime with a patient taking 15 mg daily. The patient must avoid taking this medicine if they are taking Tryptophan medications. Other drugs that cause dangerous interaction with Enalapril Maleate include linezolid, methylene and any other MAO inhibitor. This medicine should not be prescribed to a patient diagnosed with dizzy spells, heart diseases, manic depression and kidney diseases.