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Reminyl® (galantamine hydrobromide) is the old name for Razadyne®, a prescription medication used to treat Alzheimer's disease. Awhile back, there were a few reports of confusion between Reminyl and a similar-sounding medication, Amaryl® (glimepiride), used to treat diabetes. As a result, the manufacturer of Reminyl decided to change the name to Razadyne.
 
(Please see Razadyne for more information about this medication.)
 
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