نتایج جستجو برای Diuretics

تعداد نتایج: 6909  

Ahmad Rezvani, Monir Dibaei,

This article has no abstract.

Journal: :Circulation 1966
R W Berliner,

T HE USE OF DIURETICS was revolutionized some 6 or 7 years ago by the introduction of chlorothiazide, the first satisfactorily effective orally administered diuretic. The fact that at least two far more potent diuretics, also effective on oral administration, are probably close to release for general use' 2 makes it appropriate to take stock of the present situation and to consider the prospect...

Journal: :Postgraduate medical journal 1959
H G LLOYD-THOMAS,

Journal: :Circulation 2005
Lawrence R Krakoff,

A67-year-old African-American woman was referred to a hypertension specialty clinic for refractory hypertension and intermittent hypokalemia. Evaluations for primary aldosteronism and renal artery stenosis were negative; plasma renin was low. She had been hypertensive for 15 years. Most recently, she had taken chlorthalidone 25 mg, amlodipine 5 mg, and metoprolol 50 mg twice daily. She was not ...

2012

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2005

T HE USE OF DIURETICS was revolutionized some 6 or 7 years ago by the introduction of chlorothiazide, the first satisfactorily effective orally administered diuretic. The fact that at least two far more potent diuretics, also effective on oral administration, are probably close to release for general use' 2 makes it appropriate to take stock of the present situation and to consider the prospect...

2010

Authors: Ferreira R. The use of diuretics (and beta-blockers) to treat hypertension has known a dramatic decline since the early 1980’s through to the early 1990s with the introduction of ACE-inhibitors and calcium channel blockers. However, thiazide diuretics are still a first line option to treat arterial hypertension, due to their efficacy and cost-effectiveness profile. We have presented ma...

Journal: :Thorax 1993
P J Barnes,

Journal: :Nephron 1986
J B Young, A M Brownjohn, M R Lee,

Journal: :Drugs 1985
E D Freis, V Papademetriou,

The proposal that thiazide diuretics may increase cardiovascular risk receives no support from recent data. Current evidence does not indicate that diuretic-induced hypokalaemia is associated with increased ventricular arrhythmias. This evidence includes continuous electrocardiographic monitoring--which is the most sensitive technique for quantitating cardiac arrhythmias. In contrast to earlier...

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