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Ace Inhibitor Drugs

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-pril drug class ACE Inhibitors
Capoten captopril
Vasotec enalapril
Prinivil lisinopril
Zestril lisinopril
Accupril quinapril
Altace ramipril
Mavik trandolapril
Which of the following is associated with ACE Inhibitors? a. decreases blood levels of potassium b. increases blood levels of potassium c. DOC for high blood pressure during pregnancy d.contraindicated in pregnancy ACE Inhibitors are Angiotensinogen Converting Enzyme Inhibitors b. increases blood levels of potassium d.contraindicated in pregnancy
ACE Inhibitors are used for: a. for cholesterol b. for diabetic kidney disease c. for hyptertension d. for heart failure ACE Inhibitors are used for: b. for diabetic kidney disease c. for hyptertension (high blood pressure) d. for heart failure
Which class of diuretic is combined with ACE Inhibitors? a. potassium sparing diuretics b. diuretics interact with and are contraindicated c. loop diuretics d. thiazide diuretics Which class of diuretic is combined with ACE Inhibitors? d. thiazide diuretics
Zestoretic lisinopril/HCTZ
Accuretic quinalapril/HCTZ
Vasoretic enalapril/HCTZ
enalapril is dosed: a. once daily b. twice daily c. three times daily d. four times daily e. prn enalapril is dosed: b. twice daily
captopril is dosed: a. once daily b. twice daily c. three times daily d. four times daily e. prn captopril is dosed: c. three times daily
lisinopril is dosed: a. once daily b. twice daily c. three times daily d. four times daily e. prn lisinopril is dosed: a. once daily
ramipril is dosed: a. once daily b. twice daily c. three times daily d. four times daily e. prn ramipril is dosed: a. once daily
quinapril is dosed: a. once daily b. twice daily c. three times daily d. four times daily e. prn quinapril is dosed: a. once daily
Which of the following would be a therapeutic substitution for Prinivil? a. enalapril b. Pravachol c. fluoxetine d. carvedilol Which of the following would be a therapeutic substitution for Prinivil? a. enalapril *an drug ending in -pril would be therapeutically substitutable for Prinivil (lisinopril). lisinopril would be GENERICALLY substitutable (it's the generic)
What class of drugs is very similar to ACE Inhibitors? a. beta blockers b. ARBs c. beta blockers d. calcium channel blockers What class of drugs is very similar to ACE Inhibitors? b. ARBs
A persistent cough is a side effect associated with which class of drugs? a. beta blockers b. calcium channel blockers c. ACE Inhibitors d. Nitrates A persistent cough is a side effect associated with which class of drugs? c. ACE Inhibitors
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