THE USE OF CLONIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN AMBULATORY HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS
- Thiazide Diuretics: 50 Years and Beyond. Ernst, Michael E.; Grimm Jr., Richard H. // Current Hypertension Reviews;2008, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p256
Since the introduction of chlorothiazide into clinical practice in 1958, thiazide-type diuretics have weathered decades of criticism and controversy. Fifty years later, they remain the single most important class of antihypertensives available. Numerous clinical trials across broad populations...
- Do Thiazide Diuretics Cause Diabetes? If So, Is It of Clinical Significance? Carter, Barry; Basile, Jan; Cushman, William; Sica, Domenic // Medical Roundtable: Cardiovascular Edition;Summer2010, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p152
The discussion focused primarily on: (1) the potential for new onset diabetes following initiation of thiazide diuretics, (2) the relationship of other drugs used in the treatment of hypertension, (3) review of clinical trial data, (4) review clinical practice guidelines, (5) the risks...
- CLONIDINE & CHLORTHALIDONE. // Complete Guide to Prescription & Nonprescription Drugs 2012;2012, p264
The article presents information on clonidine and chlorthalidone, antihypertensive and diuretic agents, including their dosage, usage, adverse reactions, side effects, precautions when administering, and possible interaction with other drugs.
- THE VASCULAR ACTIONS OF CLONIDINE IN MAN. Rodge, R. L.; Robinson, S. M. // Australian Journal of Experimental Biology & Medical Science;Apr1971, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p197
This article presents a study related to the vascular actions of clonidine in man. Clonidine has recently been introduced as a therapeutic agent for hypertension. The effect of the drug on arterial blood pressure depends on the dose, route and rate of administration and resting sympathetic tone....
- CLONIDINE & CHLORTHALIDONE. GRIFFITH, H. WINTER // Complete Guide to Prescription & Nonprescription Drugs 2012;2009, p264
The article presents information on hypotensive agents clonidine and chlorthalidone, including dosage, usage, adverse reactions, side effects, precautions, and possible interaction with other drugs.
- TRIBENZOR 20/5/12.5mg. // Monthly Prescribing Reference;Sep2010, Vol. 26 Issue 9, pA8
The article offers information on the antihypertensive drug Tribenzor from Daiichi Sankyo. The drug combines antihypertensive agents in the angiotensin 2 receptor blocker (ARB), calcium channel blocker (CCB), and diuretic classes. The articlle discusses clinical trials of the drug, along with...
- Improving Detection of Arrhythmia Drug-Drug Interactions in Pharmacovigilance Data through the Implementation of Similarity-Based Modeling. Vilar, Santiago; Lorberbaum, Tal; Hripcsak, George; Tatonetti, Nicholas P. // PLoS ONE;Jun2015, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p1
Identification of Drug-Drug Interactions (DDIs) is a significant challenge during drug development and clinical practice. DDIs are responsible for many adverse drug effects (ADEs), decreasing patient quality of life and causing higher care expenses. DDIs are not systematically evaluated in...
- Olmesartan medoxomil: enteropathy. // WHO Drug Information;2013, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p220
The article reports on a 2013 drug safety communication from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration which warned consumers about a risk of enteropathy linked to the drug olmesartan medoxomil.
- Antihypertensives. // Cardiovascular Pharmacology Manual;2008, p11
The article presents information about several antihypertensives, they include mannitol, bumentanide and furosemide. Some of the diseases treated by these antihypertensives are hypertension and edema. Their adverse effects include hyponatremia, metabolic alkalosis, dehydration, dizziness and...