Benzothiazepine

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Thiazepine

 

 

Thiazepines are a substituted thiepins, with a nitrogen replacing a carbon in the seven-membered heterocyclic compound.

Types include:

Benzothiazepines (such as diltiazem) have a single benzene attached to the ring, while dibenzothiazepines have two.

  • Diltiazem, a benzothiazepine, is intermediate in properties between verapamil and the dihydropyridines.
  • Diltiazem is used to treat variant angina (Prinzmetal's angina), either naturally occurring or drug-induced and stable angina.

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