like spirolactone,furosemide etc
Loop diuretics eg Furosemide act indirectly to increase urine output by stimulating renal prostaglandin synthesis and vasodilating the prerenal arterioles. As a consequence, renal blood flow is increased, and the filtered sodium load at the tubule is increased; this allows the loop diuretic to prevent reabsorption of more sodium from the tubule.
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