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HTN DRUGS

Drugs used to treat hypertension

ClassDrugsTreatment Pharmacokinetics Adverse Effects
Ganglionic blockers Hexamethonium Trimethaphan Mecamylamine HTN emergencies Smoking cessation Oral Parenteral Sexual dysfunction Orthostatic hypotension
Alpha blockers Doxazosin Prazosin Terazosin HTN BPH Oral First dose orthostatic hypotension
Angiotensin II receptor blockers Losartan Candesartan Irbesartan HTN Oral Hyperkalemia
Vasodilators:Calcium channel blockers Verapamil Diltazem Nifedipine HTN Angina Arrythmias Oral Parenteral Cardiac depression Constipation
Vasodilators: Oral Minoxidil Hydralazinne HTN Oral Tachycardia
Vasodilators: Parenteral Nitroprusside Dizoxide Fenoldopam HTN Parenteral Excessive hypotension
Ace Inhibitors Captopril Enalapril Benazepril Lisinopril HTN Oral Cough
Diuretics: thiazides and loop Hydrochlorothiazide Chlorthalidone Furosemide HTN Edema HF Oral Heprkalemeia Hyperglycemia Hypervolemia Hyperurecemia Ototoxicity
Centrally acting Clonidine Methyldopa HTN Transdermal Oral Sedation Severe rebound HTN Hemolytic antibodies
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