Chewable medication?

Anyone know how I can find a list of what prescription medication are available in chewable tablets? The ones I rob are not, but I'm hoping a different brand may have them. I'm looking for big blood pressure, cholesterol, diuretics, urinary incontinence, diabetes, acid reflux.

Answer:
You aren't going to find chewable medication contained by the categories mentioned. Most of those are slow release.

The medication need to be released slowly and contained by a controlled fashion. In other words, the stomach requirements to dissolve them slowly. Chewing them completely overrides this. Therefore, there isn't even a route to make it chewable from the germ.
I don't have a enumerate, but crushing is not always a moral solution and can sometimes change the method a drug is absorbed beside very chancy consequences.

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