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This PDL reference tool is to aid a prescribing physician with generic availability and preferred product status. A "substitution allowed" physician signature on a prescription should not require a PA to be obtained if a generic agent is available.

sotalol

Betapace*

sotalol

Betapace AF*

Bystolic

carvedilol

Coreg*

Coreg CR

nadolol

Corgard*

propranolol

Inderal*

propranolol

Inderal LA*

InnoPran XL

betaxolol

Kerlone*

Levatol

metoprolol tartrate

Lopressor*

acebutolol

Sectral*

atenolol

Tenormin*

metoprolol succinate

Toprol XL*

labetalol

Trandate*

bisoprolol

Zebeta*

pindolol

timolol

nadolol and

Corzide*

bendroflumethiazide

propranolol and HCTZ

Inderide*

metoprolol tartrate and

Lopressor HCT*

HCTZ

atenolol and chlorthalidone

Tenoretic*

Timolide

bisoprolol and HCTZ

Ziac*

none

none

Adalat CC* Calan* Calan SR* Cardene* Cardene SR Cardizem CD* Cardizem IR* Cardizem LA Covera-HS Dilacor XR* Isoptin SR* Nimotop* Norvasc* Plendil* Procardia* Procardia XL* Sular* Tiazac* Verelan* Verelan PM*

Exforge HCT** Twynsta**

Lanoxin* Lanoxin Pediatric

Dynacirc CR

nifedipine verapamil verapamil nicardipine

diltiazem diltiazem

Azor Exforge

diltiazem verapamil nimodipine amlodipine felodipine nifedipine nifedipine nisoldipine diltiazem verapamil verapamil

isradipine none

Lanoxicaps

digoxin

*Denotes a generic available in at least one dosage form or strength **Will be reviewed at a future time when eligible

Effective 4/1/2010

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