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Characterization of the thiazide-sensitive Na(+)-Cl(-) cotransporter: a new model for ions and diuretics interaction. (1/73)

The thiazide-sensitive Na(+)-Cl(-) cotransporter (TSC) is the major pathway for salt reabsorption in the apical membrane of the mammalian distal convoluted tubule. When expressed in Xenopus laevis oocytes, rat TSC exhibits high affinity for both cotransported ions, with the Michaelis-Menten constant (K(m)) for Na(+) of 7.6 +/- 1.6 mM and for Cl(-) of 6.3 +/- 1.1 mM, and Hill coefficients for Na(+) and Cl(-) consistent with electroneutrality. The affinities of both Na(+) and Cl(-) were increased by increasing concentration of the counterion. The IC(50) values for thiazides were affected by both extracellular Na(+) and Cl(-). The higher the Na(+) or Cl(-) concentration, the lower the inhibitory effect of thiazides. Finally, rTSC function is affected by extracellular osmolarity. We propose a transport model featuring a random order of binding in which the binding of each ion facilitates the binding of the counterion. Both ion binding sites alter thiazide-mediated inhibition of transport, indicating that the thiazide-binding site is either shared or modified by both Na(+) and Cl(-).  (+info)

Atenolol and bendrofluazide in hypertension. (2/73)

The effect of atenolol, a new beta-1-adrenergic receptor blocking agent, was studied in a double-blind cross-over trial in 24 carefully selected hypertensive outpatients. After a four-week run-in period on matching placebo each patient received atenolol 200 mg/day, atenolol 400 mg/day, a combination of atenolol 200/mg day with bendrofluazide 5 mg/day, and bendrofluazide 5 mg/day alone, according to a random sequence. Atenolol at either dose produced a significantly greater reduction in all blood pressure levels except standing systolic pressure than bendrofluazide alone. There was no statistically significant difference between the effects of the two atenolol doses on either blood pressure or pulse rate. The addition of bendrofluazide to atenolol resulted in a further significant lowering of the blood pressure. A significant effect of thiazide on weight was noted. The study shows that atenolol, a cardioselective beta-blocker of similar potency to propranolol in animals but without membrane-stabilizing or partial agonist acitivity, is an effective and well-tolerated hypotensive agent.  (+info)

Improvement in midwall myocardial shortening with regression of left ventricular hypertrophy. (3/73)

Despite normal indices of left ventricular (LV) chamber function, patients with LV hypertrophy (LVH) due to hypertension are thought to have depressed midwall systolic shortening compared with normotensives. The aims of the present study were (1) to confirm this observation and (2) to assess the effects of antihypertensive therapy that cause regression of LVH on LV systolic function assessed at both the midwall and endocardium. Thirty-eight previously untreated hypertensive subjects with LVH underwent echocardiography and were compared with 38 normotensive control subjects. Comparisons between the group with LVH and the control group revealed no significant differences in cardiac output (4. 32+/-0.23 versus 4.55+/-0.21 L/min), ejection fraction (62.5+/-2% versus 66.4+/-1.07%), or endocardial fractional shortening (34.5+/-1.45% versus 37.0+/-0.82%), but shortening assessed at the midwall was significantly less in the group with LVH (17.9+/-1.11% versus 21.6+/-0.63%, P<0.01). Subsequently, 32 patients with uncontrolled hypertension (24 previously untreated and 8 on existing antihypertensive therapy) underwent treatment with ramipril, with the addition of felodipine and bendrofluazide if required, to reduce blood pressure to <140/90 mm Hg. These 32 patients underwent echocardiography at baseline, after blood pressure control, and after an additional 6 months of tight blood pressure control. Good blood pressure control was achieved after 6 months compared with baseline (143/86+/-2.8/1.4 versus 174/103+/-4.1/1.9 mm Hg; P<0.01) with significant regression of LV mass index (124+/-3.4 versus 145+/-3.8 g/m(2), P<0.01). LV fractional shortening assessed at the midwall improved with regression of LVH (21.9+/-0.84 and 18.7+/-1. 19%, P<0.05), with posttreatment midwall shortening being similar to that of the normal control subjects evaluated in the first study. Hypertensive patients with LVH have depressed midwall systolic shortening despite normal indices of LV chamber function. Regression of LVH after good blood pressure control improved midwall shortening to normal levels.  (+info)

Electrical potential difference, sodium absorption and potassium secretion by the human rectum during carbenoxolone therapy. (4/73)

The transmucosal electrical potential difference (pd) and the sodium and potassium net fluxes were measured in the rectum of subjects taking carbenoxolone. There was a rise in transmucosal pd persisting throughout treatment in all subjects which was accompanied by an increase in sodium absorption and potassium secretion. Comparison of the pd changes produced by carbenoxolone with those due to the mineralocorticoid 9-alpha-fluorocortisol showed that carbenoxolone had about 1/1000th the potency on a weight basis and the two drugs appeared to be additive in their effects. Topical instillation of carbenoxolone into the rectum produced an elevation of pd which persisted for three days. Amiloride and bendrofluazide did not interfere with these actions of carbenoxolone but spironolactone abolished them. One patient who developed fluid retention and hypokalaemia had a rectal pd similar to that of the other patients who had no side effects.  (+info)

Nebivolol reverses endothelial dysfunction in essential hypertension: a randomized, double-blind, crossover study. (5/73)

BACKGROUND: Vascular endothelial dysfunction may predict future atherosclerosis. Hence, an antihypertensive agent that reverses endothelial dysfunction and lowers blood pressure might improve the prognosis of patients with hypertension. We hypothesized that nebivolol, a vasodilating beta-blocker, could improve endothelial dysfunction. We tested this hypothesis by comparing the effects of nebivolol and atenolol on endothelial function. METHODS AND RESULTS: Twelve hypertensive patients with a mean ambulatory blood pressure of 154+/-7/97+/-10 mm Hg were randomized after a 2-week placebo run-in period (baseline) in a double-blind, crossover fashion to 8-week treatment periods with either 5 mg of nebivolol with 2.5 mg of bendrofluazide or 50 mg of atenolol with 2.5 mg of bendrofluazide. Forearm venous occlusion plethysmography and intra-arterial infusions of acetylcholine and N(G)-monomethyl-L-arginine (L-NMMA) were used to assess stimulated and basal endothelium-dependent nitric oxide release, respectively. Sodium nitroprusside was used as an endothelium-independent control. Nebivolol/bendrofluazide and atenolol/bendrofluazide each lowered the clinic blood pressure to the same extent (132+/-7/82+/-6 and 132+/-9/83+/-8 mm Hg, respectively; P<0.001 from baseline). The vasodilatory response to acetylcholine was significantly increased with nebivolol/bendrofluazide (maximum percentage change in forearm blood flow [mean+/-SEM], 435+/-27%, P<0.001) but not with atenolol/bendrofluazide. Similarly, the endothelium-dependent vasoconstrictive response to L-NMMA was significantly improved only with nebivolol treatment (percentage change in forearm blood flow, -54+/-5%; P<0.001). The response to sodium nitroprusside was not different between treatments, suggesting that the endothelium-independent pathway was unaffected. CONCLUSIONS: Nebivolol/bendrofluazide increased both stimulated and basal endothelial nitric oxide release, whereas for the same degree of blood pressure control, atenolol/bendrofluazide had no effect on nitric oxide bioactivity. Thus, nebivolol may offer additional vascular protection in treating hypertension.  (+info)

Role of sodium depletion in acute antidiuretic effect of bendroflumethiazide in rats with nephrogenic diabetes insipidus. (6/73)

The mechanisms underlying the acute antidiuretic response to bendroflumethiazide (BFTZ; 0.25 mg/h for 3 h) in rats with nephrogenic diabetes insipidus (NDI) was investigated. NDI was induced in conscious chronically instrumented female Wistar rats either by chronic lithium administration (40-60 mmol Li/kg of diet for 4 weeks) or by acute infusion of V2 antagonist OPC-31260 (0.2 mg/h). Renal clearance experiments were performed in conscious rats instrumented with permanent catheters. During experiments total body water content was held constant by i.v. replacement of urine production (V) with 150 mM glucose. One group in addition received i.v. replacement of urinary sodium losses. In both models of NDI, BFTZ-induced antidiuresis was associated with a decrease in the delivery of tubular fluid to the distal nephron, as measured by lithium clearance (C(Li)). Both the antidiuresis and the decrease in C(Li) could be prevented by sodium replacement. BFTZ did not affect distal water handling as measured by V/C(Li). BFTZ did not induce antidiuresis in normal rats with water diuresis. It is concluded that in rats with NDI, thiazide-induced antidiuresis can be entirely explained by a fall in distal delivery of tubular fluid related to sodium depletion. This contrasts the response in rats with central diabetes insipidus, where thiazides in addition increase distal water reabsorption.  (+info)

Monitoring one-year compliance to antihypertension medication in the Seychelles. (7/73)

OBJECTIVE: To examine the compliance to medication among newly diagnosed hypertensive patients screened from the general population of the Seychelles, a rapidly developing country. METHODS: Among the 1067 participants to a population-based survey for cardiovascular risk factors, hypertension was discovered in 50 (previously unaware of having hypertension and having blood pressure > or = 160/95 mmHg over 3 visits). These 50 patients were placed on a daily one-pill regimen of medication (bendrofluazide, atenolol, or a combination of hydrochlorothiazide and atenolol) and compliance to the regimen was assessed over 12 months using electronic pill containers. Satisfactory compliance was defined as taking the medication on 6 or 7 days a week on average (which corresponds to a mean compliance level of > or = 86%). FINDINGS: In the first month, fewer than half (46%) of the new hypertension patients achieved satisfactory compliance, and only about one-quarter (26%) achieved this level by the twelfth month. Compliance was better among the 23 participants who regularly attended medical follow-up, with nearly three-quarters of these patients (74%) achieving satisfactory compliance during the first month and over one-half (55%) by the twelfth month. There was a direct association between mean 12-month compliance level and having a highly skilled occupation; having good health awareness; and regularly attending medical appointments. In contrast, there was an inverse relationship between mean compliance level and heavy drinking. CONCLUSION: The low proportion of people selected from the general population who were capable of sustaining satisfactory compliance to antihypertension medication may correspond to the maximum effectiveness of medication interventions based on a screening and treatment strategy in the general population. The results stress the need for both high-risk and population approaches to improve hypertension control.  (+info)

Von Willebrand factor, soluble P-selectin, and target organ damage in hypertension: a substudy of the Anglo-Scandinavian Cardiac Outcomes Trial (ASCOT). (8/73)

To investigate the relationship between soluble markers of platelet, endothelial and rheological function, and target organ damage and their response to intensified management in a population of middle-age hypertensive patients at high risk of cardiovascular complications, we studied 382 consecutive patients (308 men; mean age, 63 years, SD 8) along with 60 normotensive controls free of cardiovascular disease. Patients were divided into those with target organ damage (TOD; n=107) and those free of end-organ damage. Plasma levels of soluble P-selectin (sP-sel), a marker of platelet activation, and von Willebrand factor (vWF), an index of endothelial damage/dysfunction (both enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay), and the rheological indices fibrinogen, plasma viscosity, hematocrit, platelet, and white cell count were measured. In 53 patients, variables were further measured after 6 months of intensified cardiovascular risk management. Patients with TOD had significantly higher vWF, 137 (SD 33) versus 125 (SD 33) IU/dL (P=0.002,) and a greater proportion of smokers, 31% versus 16% (P=0.002). There were no statistically significant differences in plasma viscosity, fibrinogen, hematocrit, white blood cell count, platelet count, or sP-sel between the 2 subgroups. In multivariate analysis, vWF was a significant independent predictor for TOD. After 6 months of intensified management in 53 patients who entered the trial, there were significant reductions in systolic blood pressure, total cholesterol, hematocrit, plasma viscosity, sP-sel, and vWF (all P<0.01) but no significant change in fibrinogen. In conclusion, there is a relationship between TOD and endothelial damage/dysfunction in hypertension. Intensified management results in improvements in hemorheology, endothelial and platelet function.  (+info)

Izmanto nadolol un bendroflumethiazide. Terapeitiskās klase: Beta-adrenerģiskos bloķētājs, neselektīviem / Tiazīdu Kombinācija. Farmakoloģiska klase: Beta-adrenerģiskos bloķētājs, neselektīviem. Ķīmiskais klase: tiazīda. Nadolol ir beta-blokators. Tas darbojas, ietekmējot atbildi uz dažu nervu impulsiem dažās ķermeņa daļās, piemēram, sirds. Tā rezultātā, sirds pukst lēnāk un samazina asinsspiedienu. Ja asinsspiediens ir pazemināts, asiņu daudzums un skābekļa tiek palielināts ar sirdi.. Bendroflumethiazide ir diurētiķis (ūdens tabletes). Tas samazina ūdens daudzumu organismā, palielinot urīna plūsmu, kas palīdz pazemināt asinsspiedienu.. nadolol un bendroflumethiazide ir pieejama tikai ar ārsta recepti.. Lemjot lietot zāles, risks zāļu lietošanas ir jāsamēro labi tas būs jādara. Tas ir lēmums, jūs un jūsu ārsts dos. Par nadolol un bendroflumethiazide, jāapsver šādas. Pirms Izmantojot nadolol un bendroflumethiazide. Pastāstiet ārstam, ...
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While the above will support you in reducing high blood pressure, if your condition is linked to genetics or age (or you struggle to make better lifestyle choices immediately), you may need the support of medication.. Typical medication solutions that resolve high blood pressure symptoms and reduce the condition include but are not limited to:. Angiotensin-converting-enzyme (ACE) inhibitors - such as enalapril maleate, which restrain the hormones and compounds that constrict the blood vessels, making it easier for the heart to pump.. Angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs) - such as candesartan, which keep blood vessels from narrowing to lower blood pressure and improve blood flow.. Calcium channel blockers - such as amlodipine, which prevent calcium from entering cells to relax vessels and help the heart pump blood around the body.. Diuretics - such as bendroflumethiazide, which can work alone or with other medication to reduce high blood pressure.. Alpha-blockers - such as doxazosin, which ...
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Taking certain medications whilst you are dehydrated can result in you developing a more severe illness. The Medicine Sick Day rules card lists medicines that should be temporarily stopped during a dehydrating illness. We would consider this to be diarrhoea and vomiting or having a high temperature/ fever, sweats and shaking. However, we would also suggest that you phone your GP to discuss this if you are feeling unwell.. You can restart them when you are well (after 24-48 hours of eating and drinking normally). Medicines to stop on sick days are:. ACE inhibitors: medicine for hypertension or your heart with names ending in pril. ARBs: medicine names ending in sartan. Diuretics: e.g. Furosemide, bendroflumethiazide. Metformin: a medicine for diabetes. SGLT2: Diabetic medication for example Empagliflozin and Canagliflozin. NSAIDs: e.g. ibuprofen, diclofenac and naproxen Below are links to patient information ...
A 70 year old man presents to his general practitioner with a four week history of breathlessness on exertion. He currently takes bendroflumethiazide 2.5 mg daily for hypertension and uses inhalers for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He has no history of cardiac disease. His brother had a myocardial infarction in his 70s. The patient used to smoke 20 cigarettes a day but gave up smoking two years ago; he denied alcohol excess. On examination, his blood pressure was 150/95 mm Hg with a pulse of 90 beats/min. Heart sounds were normal and, on chest auscultation, he had bibasal inspiratory crepitations and scattered wheeze. His jugular venous pressure was not visible and he had mild bilateral ankle oedema. ...
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Diuretics work by increasing the amount of salt and fluid that you pass out in your urine. This has some effect on reducing the fluid in the circulation, which reduces blood pressure. They may also have a relaxing effect on the blood vessels, which reduces the pressure within the blood vessels. The most commonly used diuretics to treat high blood pressure (hypertension) in the UK are thiazides or thiazide-like diuretics. Examples are bendroflumethiazide, chlortalidone, cyclopenthiazide, and indapamide. Only a low dose of a diuretic is needed to treat high blood pressure. Therefore, you will not notice much diuretic effect (that is, you will not pass much extra urine). You will need a blood test before starting a diuretic, to check that your kidneys are working well. You should also have a blood test within 4-6 weeks of starting treatment with a diuretic, to check that your blood potassium has not been affected. Then, a yearly blood test is usual ...
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Our systematic review investigated the benefits and risks of treatment with thiazides for the management of hypertension in older people. This systematic review was one of a series of systematic reviews on commonly used drugs in older people and aimed to identify evidence to develop recommendations relating to inappropriate use and discontinuation of these medications in older adults. Overall, the evidence suggests a benefit of thiazide treatment for the management of hypertension in older people for clinically relevant outcomes such as cardiovascular mortality and morbidity, especially stroke.. These results are in the line with the results seen in younger populations, where thiazides appear to reduce mortality, stroke, cardiovascular events and coronary heart disease [63]. Except for a reduction of mortality which was less clear in our age group, we found similar results. Despite the fact that thiazides are among the drugs that often cause hospitalisation [8, 64], this outcome was not found in ...
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Treating mild hypertension with drugs has unclear benefit and adds exorbitant sums to national healthcare expenditures, experts write in an article published online September 14 in BMJ. Thresholds for management need to be reexamined, and priorities should shift to lifestyle change.. "The practical point for clinicians is that before you subject someone to lifelong medical therapy and its potential side effects, be sure that other elements like lifestyle changes have really been given a fair shot. That means dont pull the trigger too quickly," senior author Vikas Saini, MD, president of the Lown Institute and lecturer at Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, said.. Dr. Saini outlined 3 main reasons for this assertion:. First, there is no clear evidence that treating mild hypertension with medication has the same effect it does on moderate to severe hypertension in terms of reducing risk for cardiovascular disease and related health problems. Roughly 40% of adults in the world have ...
Adults over 65 who have recently begun thiazide diuretics are at a greater risk for developing metabolic-related adverse events, researchers have found. More than two-thirds of older adults have high blood pressure in the United States and thiazide diuretics are often recommended as the initial medication for these hypertensive patients. While the risks of this medication are well known, the risks are not well quantified in real-world clinical practice, where older adults who are treated may have a number of other illnesses ...
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1. The antidiuretic effect of hydrochlorothiazide in diabetes insipidus was investigated in rats with the hereditary hypothalamic form of the disease (Brattleboro rats).. 2. Administration of hydrochlorothiazide in the food resulted in a marked fall in urine volume and a corresponding rise in osmolality. These effects persisted throughout the period of treatment (6-7 days).. 3. Body weight and extracellular volume were significantly reduced in the thiazide-treated rats.. 4. Hydrochlorothiazide caused an increase in urinary sodium excretion only on the first day of treatment. The resulting small negative sodium balance (in comparison with untreated rats) remained statistically significant for 2 days only. Thiazide-treated rats gradually developed a potassium deficit which was statistically significant from the fourth day of treatment.. 5. Total exchangeable sodium, measured after 7 days of thiazide treatment, was not significantly different from that of untreated rats. However, plasma sodium was ...
The Cochrane Library has published a review of the available evidence that aimed to quantify the benefits and harms of the major first line antihypertensive drug classes: thiazide diuretics, beta-blockers, calcium channel blockers (CCB), angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, alpha-blockers, and angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARB).. The review included data from 24 trials with 58,040 participants that were of at least one year duration and compared one of the study drugs with placebo or no treatment. 70% of participants in each study were required to have a blood pressure above 140/90 mmHg at baseline.. The review found that low-dose thiazide diuretics reduced all morbidity and mortality outcomes. ACE inhibitors and CCBs provided similar benefits but the evidence was less robust. No trials were found for ARBs or alpha-blockers.. Action: Thiazide diuretics are, once again, supported by the evidence for first line use in the treatment of hypertension.. ...
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An abundance of studies demonstrate additive antihypertensive benefit by combining 2 agents of different classes. This is particularly true of thiazide diuretics, which significantly improve blood pressure control when used in combination with most if not all other classes of agents. In the Veterans Affairs Single Drug Therapy Cooperative Study, patients not controlled (diastolic blood pressure ≥90 mm Hg) on one randomly assigned antihypertensive medication (thiazide diuretic, ACE inhibitor, β-blocker, calcium channel blocker, α-blocker, or a centrally acting α agonist) were then randomized to one of the other medications. If diastolic blood pressure was still not controlled, the first medication was added back in to test the various 2-drug combinations: the combinations that included a thiazide diuretic were consistently more effective than combinations that did not include the diuretic.126. Beyond studies of 2-drug combinations, there is little data assessing the efficacy of specific ...
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Hyponatremia is a well-recognized complication of treatment with thiazide diuretics. Mechanisms include interference with maximal urinary dilution and stimulation of vasopressin release from mild volume depletion. Rodenburg et al have performed a population-based cohort study looking at the risk of hyponatremia in thiazide-treated patients living in a suburb of Rotterdam. A total of 13,325 patients…
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In Table 2⇓ of an article by Turner et at in the October 2005 issue of Hypertension (Turner ST, Schwartz GL, Chapman AB, Boerwinkle E. WNK1 kinase polymorphism and blood pressure response to a thiazide diuretic. Hypertension 2005;46:758-765), the SNP IDs for genes WNK4, NR3C2, and REN were incorrect. The correct table appears below. The authors regret the error. ...
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Although β-blockers are a reasonable option for first-line therapy in younger patients and those with existing cardiovascular disease, they are not recommended as first-line monotherapy in patients 60 years of age or more. In a meta-analysis of patients 60 years and older, β-blocker monotherapy was no more effective than placebo in reducing the risk of coronary artery disease, cardiovascular-related death or death due to any cause.2 In the ALLHAT study, α-blockers were associated with a higher incidence of heart failure than were thiazide diuretics.3 Thus, α-blockers are not considered first-line agents for managing hypertension.. Question: Ive decided to start this patient with hydrochlorothiazide at 12.5 mg per day. How should I monitor her for adverse effects?. Comment: Metabolic disturbances such as hypokalemia, dyslipidemia and hyperglycemia occur infrequently with low doses of thiazide diuretic. Despite the occurrence of these abnormalities, the overall cardiovascular benefits remain. ...
Out of 30 patients, only 6 developed hypertension at a mean age of 42 years, (age of onset being respectively 37, 38, 40, 42, 45 and 50 years). The first (pt no.1) to develop hypertension was a 40year old bachelor, a chronic smoker as well as an alcoholic whose blood pressure readings started showing a swing towards higher side by the 6th week of follow up. When the advice to stop alcohol and smoking besides Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) did not yield a positive result, he had to be put on anti-hypertensives (a combination of an ARB + thiazide diuretic) by the 12th week. The second one (pt no. 2) to manifest hypertension was a 50 year old married teacher, also a chronic smoker but an occasional drinker, who presented with pedal edema in the 10th week needing a thiazide diuretic with addition of an ARB lateron. The other four (pts No. 3, 4, 5 and 6) aged 45,42,38 and 37 (all married) manifested signs of hypertension by 14th to 20th week of follow-up needing 2.5to 5mg of an ...
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This article provides an overview of the changes that have taken place in the diagnosis and management of hypertension over the past decade. Hypertension remains a very common condition seen in South Africa. The approach to the management of hypertension includes necessary lifestyle modifications and a decisive, stepwise escalation process in the pharmacotherapeutic management thereof. Thiazide diuretics are still being promoted by most guidelines to be the initial (first-line) drug of choice, with the addition of other suitable antihypertensive agents, if necessary, and according to any relevant co-morbid conditions.
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BACKGROUND:. Appropriately increased interest and concern about high blood pressure as a major public health problem coincided with the indication that the risks of hypertension-related morbidity and mortality could be reduced by reduction of blood pressure. Consensus suggestions that individualized approaches be used in treating patients with mild hypertension stimulated further investigations of non-pharmacological methods. Such investigations were also of considerable interest in relation to understanding the physiology of blood pressure control as well as the development of less costly non-drug therapies. Interest was heightened by information suggesting that there might be distinctly harmful side effects related to antihypertensive drug therapy, particularly thiazide diuretics, in some settings. Studies of non-drug therapies included dietary modifications primarily involving weight reduction and sodium restriction with increasing recent concern about other factors such as alcohol intake, ...
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  • The active ingredient of the same brand name - bendroflumethiazide PhEur - has either 2.5mg or 5mg of this element present. (onlineclinic.co.uk)
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  • Assignment to amlodipine with or without perindopril therapy was associated with a lower risk of NOD in that trial, a 34% reduction in risk relative to those taking atenolol with or without bendroflumethiazide, they report. (medscape.com)
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