My husband was in the hospital for 10 days. 3 days on a ventilator & almost died of an anaphylaxis shock. His condition also termed as angioedema having occurred. Dr's stopped his taking of lisinopril.
16 Mar 2012
lisinopril is not safe with potassium chloride because the lisinopril act by inhibiting angiotensine converting enzyme this lead to decrease the level of aldosterone hormone in the blood and lead to increase the level of potassium in the blood because the aldosterone is increase sodium and water retention and potassium secretion
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