Angiotensin II inhibitors with thiazides
What are Angiotensin II inhibitors with thiazides?
Angiotensin II inhibitors with thiazides is a combination medicine containing both an angiotensin II inhibitor and a thiazide. The angiotensin II inhibitor stops the activation of the angiotensin II receptor which results in vasodilatation, a reduction of aldosterone production and reduced vasopressin. These effects cause the reduction of blood pressure. Thiazide diuretics decrease active re-absorption of sodium and chloride ions by inhibiting the sodium/chloride co-transporter in the distal convoluted tubule. This causes an increase in urine production (diuresis) and results in a decrease in blood volume and a reduction in blood pressure.
List of Angiotensin II inhibitors with thiazides:
|Drug Name||Reviews||Avg. Ratings|
|eprosartan / hydrochlorothiazide systemic (Pro)||0 reviews||10|
|hydrochlorothiazide / irbesartan systemic (Pro)||6 reviews||9.0|
|hydrochlorothiazide / telmisartan systemic (Pro)||17 reviews||7.6|
|azilsartan medoxomil / chlorthalidone systemic ||18 reviews||7.1|
|hydrochlorothiazide / valsartan systemic (Pro)||23 reviews||7.0|
|hydrochlorothiazide / olmesartan systemic (Pro)||32 reviews||6.7|
|hydrochlorothiazide / losartan systemic (Pro)||57 reviews||6.6|
|candesartan / hydrochlorothiazide systemic (Pro)||1 review||4.3|
|For ratings, users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use (1 = not effective, 10 = most effective).|
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Medical conditions associated with angiotensin II inhibitors with thiazides: