Were you looking for information about Imipramine? Impramine is a common misspelling of imipramine.
Imipramine is a type of tricyclic antidepressant and is available as two products: imipramine hydrochloride (Tofranil®) and imipramine pamoate (Tofranil PM®). Although both products contain the same active component, there are several differences between them. For instance, both products are approved to treat depression in adults, but imipramine hydrochloride is also licensed to treat bedwetting in children. In addition, imipramine hydrochloride comes in tablet form, while imipramine pamoate comes in capsule form. The two products are also available in different strengths.
(To read more, click Imipramine. This article takes a closer look at the differences between imipramine hydrochloride and imipramine pamoate, including costs, the various strengths, and the conditions they are approved to treat.)