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HTN Drugs Part I
Drug of choice in non-diabetics
Acts on distal tubule to inhibit Na, C…
BP Goal for Age >60 and above
Dermatologic manifestations due to pho…
Thiazide
Thiazide
150/90
Thiazide
Drug of choice in non-diabetics
Thiazide
Acts on distal tubule to inhibit Na, C…
Thiazide
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HTN Drugs Part II
MOA of Loop Diuretics on what three el…
Loop Diuretics are especially indicate…
Loop Diuretic drugs
Adverse effect of Loop Diuretics
Na, K, Cl
CKD
Furosemide (Lasix) and Torsemide (Demadex)
Ototoxicity (if give with fast IV push)
MOA of Loop Diuretics on what three el…
Na, K, Cl
Loop Diuretics are especially indicate…
CKD
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Drugs for HTN part 2
Non-selective β-Blockers for HTN
Selective β-Blockers for HTN
Combined α/β-Blockers ... Names... Use
Advantage of Carvedilol
Propanolol, Nadalol, Pindolol, Penbutolol
Metoprolol (Lopressor)... Atenolol (Tenormin)... Acebutolol (Sectra…
Carvedilol (Coreg) ... Labetalol (Trandate) ... Tx HTN
has been shown to have antioxidant and antiapoptotic properti…
Non-selective β-Blockers for HTN
Propanolol, Nadalol, Pindolol, Penbutolol
Selective β-Blockers for HTN
Metoprolol (Lopressor)... Atenolol (Tenormin)... Acebutolol (Sectra…
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PT: HTN - Drugs (Part 2)
What are 4 drug classes in the *first…
List the ACE-Inhibitors:
Are ACE-Inhibitors potassium sparing…
What are the 2 main adverse effects fr…
1. ACE-Inhibitors... 2. ARBs... 3. Thiazides... 4. CCB's
The -prils:
Potassium sparing... - Aka: will raise potassium
1. Cough... 2. Angioedema
What are 4 drug classes in the *first…
1. ACE-Inhibitors... 2. ARBs... 3. Thiazides... 4. CCB's
List the ACE-Inhibitors:
The -prils:
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L4 HTN Drugs Part 3
MOA for Thiazides diuretics
What symporter is responsible for 5% o…
Thiazide diuretics long term efficacy…
Thiazide diuretics short term efficacy…
1. Binds receptors on the luminal side of the distal convolut…
NaCl Symporter
Reduction in SVR
Reduced extracellular and plasma fluid volume... Na and H2O los…
MOA for Thiazides diuretics
1. Binds receptors on the luminal side of the distal convolut…
What symporter is responsible for 5% o…
NaCl Symporter
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Cardiovascular Drugs Part 1: HTN & Heart Failure
ACE Inhibitors
Angiotensin Receptor Blockers
Direct Renin Inhibitors
Aldosterone Antagonists
• HTN, HF, MI , diabetic nephropathy (decrease glomerular pre…
• HTN , HF, diabetic nephropathy. ... • Losartan (Cozaar), Valsa…
• Only approved for HTN. ... • Aliskiren (Tekturna) ... • Inhibits…
• HTN , HF . ... • Spironolactone (Aldactone). ... • Has no effect…
ACE Inhibitors
• HTN, HF, MI , diabetic nephropathy (decrease glomerular pre…
Angiotensin Receptor Blockers
• HTN , HF, diabetic nephropathy. ... • Losartan (Cozaar), Valsa…
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Top 200 Drugs: CV - HTN: Part 1
Norvasc
Lotrel
Tenormin
Lotensin
amlodipine besylate
amlodipine besylate and benazepril HCl
atenolol
benazepril HCl
Norvasc
amlodipine besylate
Lotrel
amlodipine besylate and benazepril HCl
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HTN Part 2: Drug Name: Drug Class Dose Range, Frequency
Hydrochlorothiazide
Furosemide (Lasix)
Triamterene/HCTZ (Maxzide)
Spironolactone (Aldactone)
thiazide diuretic, 12.5-50mg/day, 1 dose/day
Loop diuretic, 20-160mg/day, 2 doses/day
potassium sparing diuretic, 37.5/25mg/day, 1 dose/day
aldosterone antagonist (K+ sparing diuretic), 12.5-50mg/day,…
Hydrochlorothiazide
thiazide diuretic, 12.5-50mg/day, 1 dose/day
Furosemide (Lasix)
Loop diuretic, 20-160mg/day, 2 doses/day
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Week 3 HTN Drug Table Quiz Part 02
DRI Adverse Events and Monitoring
DRI Contraindication
DRI DDIs
DHP CCBs Adverse Events and Monitoring
Diarrhea... Increase renin and protein
Absolute: hypersensitivity, pregnancy
ACEIs and ARBs, increase K+... Increase irbesarta... Increase atorv…
Headache, dizziness, flushing, reflex tachycardia... Peripheral…
DRI Adverse Events and Monitoring
Diarrhea... Increase renin and protein
DRI Contraindication
Absolute: hypersensitivity, pregnancy
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Part 6 of final study for PharmI test II_ HTN Drugs
ACE Inhibitors
ACE I MoA
ACEI Clin benefits
ACEI adverse effects
All HFrEF... Long term with B-blocker and diuretic (K-sparing)
Blocks production of angiotensin II... Decreases sympathetic sti…
Improve exercise duration... can be sole therapy if no volume ov…
Dry cough... Hypotension first dose... renal fxn impairment (contra…
ACE Inhibitors
All HFrEF... Long term with B-blocker and diuretic (K-sparing)
ACE I MoA
Blocks production of angiotensin II... Decreases sympathetic sti…
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Week 3 HTN Drug Table Quiz Part 01
Thiazides Adverse Events and Monitoring
Thiazides Contraindications
Thiazides DDIs
Thiazides Clinical Pearls
Hypokalemia... Hypomagnesemia... Hypercalcemia... Photosensitivity... Inc…
Anuria... Hypersensitivity to sulfonamides
NSAIDs, Lithium, Steroids
Decreased efficacy if GFR < 30 mL/min. ... Dose in morning to av…
Thiazides Adverse Events and Monitoring
Hypokalemia... Hypomagnesemia... Hypercalcemia... Photosensitivity... Inc…
Thiazides Contraindications
Anuria... Hypersensitivity to sulfonamides
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Drugs Acting on the Cardiac System Part III - HTN, Coag, Thromb., Adr.
Diagnosis of HTN... Diagnosis PreHTN
What is the first line treatment for H…
What are drugs for antiHTN?
What are types and general characteris…
SBP >140... DBP >80... SPB 120-139... DBP 80-89... - will need lifestyle…
Thiazide diuretics
ACE inhibitors... ARBS... Antiadrenergics... Beta Adrenergic Blockers…
first line tx for HTN... used as monotherapy at first... or in comb…
Diagnosis of HTN... Diagnosis PreHTN
SBP >140... DBP >80... SPB 120-139... DBP 80-89... - will need lifestyle…
What is the first line treatment for H…
Thiazide diuretics
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HTN drugs, management, PDCI
Lowering BP reduces the risk of ....
Which is more effective: Adding a 2nd…
What is resistant hypertension?
You discharge a pt on new BP meds and…
CV disease, including MI and stroke... With some exceptions, it…
Adding a second drug is more effective... Initial therapy with…
Not adequately controlled by 2 drugs. (Up to 40%)... A third dru…
Often, maximal or steady-state response to drug therapy is no…
Lowering BP reduces the risk of ....
CV disease, including MI and stroke... With some exceptions, it…
Which is more effective: Adding a 2nd…
Adding a second drug is more effective... Initial therapy with…
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HTN lecture Test 4
HTN
HTN
HTN
African american
most common cardiovascular risk factor
Is the most common reason cited for office visits to internists
Most common indication for the use of prescription in the U.S
Which race/population has higher incidence of HTN than the ge…
HTN
most common cardiovascular risk factor
HTN
Is the most common reason cited for office visits to internists
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HTN Drugs
Furosemide
Bumetanide
HTCZ
Amiloride
Loop Diuretics... Not used for treating HTN... Decreases blood volu…
Loop Diuretics... Not used for treating HTN... Decreases blood volu…
Thiazide diuretic ... Works on early part of DCT by blocking Cl-…
K+ sparing diuretics... Work on late part of DCT + collecting duct
Furosemide
Loop Diuretics... Not used for treating HTN... Decreases blood volu…
Bumetanide
Loop Diuretics... Not used for treating HTN... Decreases blood volu…
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Drugs to treat HTN--Diuretics
Name 2 prominent thiazide diuretics:
What is MOA for thiazide ?
What part of kidney's nephron does thi…
What are indications for thiazide diur…
hydrochlorothiazide... chlorthalidone
blocks Na/Cl transporter in the distal convoluted tubule of t…
distal convoluted tubule
1) monotherapy for mild to moderate HTN... 2) used in combinatio…
Name 2 prominent thiazide diuretics:
hydrochlorothiazide... chlorthalidone
What is MOA for thiazide ?
blocks Na/Cl transporter in the distal convoluted tubule of t…
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HTN Drugs
A (HTN ladder)
B (HTN ladder)
C (HTN ladder)
D (HTN ladder)
Lifestyle changes
Diuretics, Beta blockers
ACE inhibitors, Angiotensin II receptor blockers, calcium cha…
Other meds
A (HTN ladder)
Lifestyle changes
B (HTN ladder)
Diuretics, Beta blockers
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RAAS, HTN, HTN Drugs, HTN Pathobiology
The part of the arterial circulation t…
Where are increases or decreases in EA…
What effects will the following have o…
Proteolytic enzyme made by the kidney…
EABV ... (Effective Arterial Blood Volume - If EABV falls, kidn…
Carotid sinus, aortic arch, left ventricle, and in the kidney…
Decrease
Renin (a.k.a. angiotensinogenase)
The part of the arterial circulation t…
EABV ... (Effective Arterial Blood Volume - If EABV falls, kidn…
Where are increases or decreases in EA…
Carotid sinus, aortic arch, left ventricle, and in the kidney…
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HTN Part 1
how prevalent is HTN?
benefits of controlling BP
how is HTN defined
what are the JNC VIII guidelines for s…
-MC use of Rx drugs... -MC condition in adult and non-pregnant p…
-less work for L ventricle if controlled... -decr CHF by 50%, de…
Normal: <120 mmHg/<80 mmHg... Prehypertension 120-139 mmHg/8…
- <60 yo--> start tx at 140/90... - >60 yo--> start tx at 150/90…
how prevalent is HTN?
-MC use of Rx drugs... -MC condition in adult and non-pregnant p…
benefits of controlling BP
-less work for L ventricle if controlled... -decr CHF by 50%, de…
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HTN
Classifications
HTN Crisis
HTN Urgency
Systems That Regulate BP- SNS
Prehypertension... - systolic 120-139... - diastolic 80-89... HTN- Pat…
- emergency... - develops over hours to days... - BP over 220/140... -…
- develops over days to weeks... - BP elevated but no evidence o…
- increased hr and cardiac contractility... - net effect is incr…
Classifications
Prehypertension... - systolic 120-139... - diastolic 80-89... HTN- Pat…
HTN Crisis
- emergency... - develops over hours to days... - BP over 220/140... -…
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HTN Part 2
______ is a worse predictor of morbidi…
history to ask pts w h/o HTN
sx of HTN to be aware of?
HTN sx associated with syndromes
high diastolic BP
-when was dx? are they on meds? lifestyle changes?... -any aggra…
-asx (silent killer)... -epistaxis... -tinnitus... -HA, dizziness, lig…
pheochromocytoma: hormone secreting tumor in adrenal glands…
______ is a worse predictor of morbidi…
high diastolic BP
history to ask pts w h/o HTN
-when was dx? are they on meds? lifestyle changes?... -any aggra…
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HTN Part 1
how prevalent is HTN?
benefits of controlling BP
how is HTN defined
what are the JNC VIII guidelines for s…
-MC use of Rx drugs... -MC condition in adult and non-pregnant p…
-less work for L ventricle if controlled... -decr CHF by 50%, de…
Normal: <120 mmHg/<80 mmHg... Prehypertension 120-139 mmHg/8…
- <60 yo--> start tx at 140/90... - >60 yo--> start tx at 150/90…
how prevalent is HTN?
-MC use of Rx drugs... -MC condition in adult and non-pregnant p…
benefits of controlling BP
-less work for L ventricle if controlled... -decr CHF by 50%, de…
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HTN
AMLODIPINE
AMLODIPINE/BENAZEPRIL
ATENOLOL
BENAZEPRIL
NORVASC
LOTREL
TENORMIN
LOTENSIN
AMLODIPINE
NORVASC
AMLODIPINE/BENAZEPRIL
LOTREL
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HTN Part 2
______ is a worse predictor of morbidi…
history to ask pts w h/o HTN
sx of HTN to be aware of?
pheochromocytoma
high diastolic BP
-when was dx? are they on meds? lifestyle changes?... -any aggra…
-asx (silent killer)... -epistaxis... -tinnitus... -HA, dizziness, lig…
HA, anxiety, palpitations, diaphoresis, pallor, tremor, N/V…
______ is a worse predictor of morbidi…
high diastolic BP
history to ask pts w h/o HTN
-when was dx? are they on meds? lifestyle changes?... -any aggra…
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HTN Crisis Drugs
Captopril
Labetalol
Clonidine
Immediate Release Nifedipine
for URGENCY... oral... short acting ACEI
for URGENCY... oral... nonspecific Alpha and Beta blocker... NOT good…
commonly used PRN... oral... Alpha 2 blocker
use should be strongly avoided... oral or sublingual... not predict…
Captopril
for URGENCY... oral... short acting ACEI
Labetalol
for URGENCY... oral... nonspecific Alpha and Beta blocker... NOT good…
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HTN-singh
epidemiology of HTN
2°HTN- CHHAPS
Cushing's syndrome
hyperaldosteronism
JNC8: BP>140/90... increase with age and prevalence: ... ^black pt:…
C=cushing's syndrome... H=hyperaldosteronism ... H=Hyperparat…
tumor @ pituitary gland-->increase ACTH-->stimulate adrenal g…
increase water & Na retention=increase BP... spironolactone=1s…
epidemiology of HTN
JNC8: BP>140/90... increase with age and prevalence: ... ^black pt:…
2°HTN- CHHAPS
C=cushing's syndrome... H=hyperaldosteronism ... H=Hyperparat…
HTN 1
carotid pulse
femoral pulse
popliteal pulse
dorsalis pedis pulse
assess left ventricular function `
assess adequacy o CPR compressions
assess PVD, not HR and rhythm
assess PVD, not HR and rhythm, part of diabetes foot exam
carotid pulse
assess left ventricular function `
femoral pulse
assess adequacy o CPR compressions
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IP: HTN Pathology (pg 52 - 54)
List the humoral abnormalities involve…
Activation and Regulation of the RAAS…
The RAAS regulates...
RAAS influences vascular ______ and __…
1. RAAS... 2. Natriuretic hormone... 3. Hyperinsulinemia
kidney
Na... K... Blood volume
tone; sympathetic
List the humoral abnormalities involve…
1. RAAS... 2. Natriuretic hormone... 3. Hyperinsulinemia
Activation and Regulation of the RAAS…
kidney
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K-Sparing diuretics (HTN)
amiloride
triamterene
spironolactone
eplerenone
Midamor... (very weak diuretic)
Dyrenium
Aldactone... (aldo antag)... (gynecomastia, decreased female libido)
Inspra... (aldo antag)... (NO gynecomastia)
amiloride
Midamor... (very weak diuretic)
triamterene
Dyrenium
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TEST 2 HTN
Risk of CV disease doubles with each i…
what is the MCC of HTN?
what is the equation for BP?
secondary vs. essential HTN
Risk of CV disease doubles with each increase in BP of 20/10…
most common cause of HTN is increased PVR
BP = CO x PVR (remember MAP=CO x R)
Unknown" cause= Essential or Primary... Known cause: Secondary -…
Risk of CV disease doubles with each i…
Risk of CV disease doubles with each increase in BP of 20/10…
what is the MCC of HTN?
most common cause of HTN is increased PVR
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Pulmonary HTN Feb 26th
Pulmonary HTN is a Mean pulmonary arte…
Normal PAP is
Diagnosing Pulm HTN
Symptoms of Pulm HTN
>25 mmHg
8-20
PH suspicion... Symptoms... Physical exam
Dyspnea with exertion... fatigue... weakness... angina... syncope... sig…
Pulmonary HTN is a Mean pulmonary arte…
>25 mmHg
Normal PAP is
8-20
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Thiazide/Thiazide-like Diuretics (HTN)
hydrochlorothiazide
chlorothiazide
indapamide
metolazone
Microzide
Diuril
Lozol
ZarOxOlyn (generic only US)... (CrCl<30 okay)
hydrochlorothiazide
Microzide
chlorothiazide
Diuril
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HTN
CV risk factors (7)
Diseases that can cause secondary HTN…
Drugs that can cause secondary HTN (3)
Classification of BP in adults
HTN, TC >200mg/dL, obesity, cigarette smoking, diabetes, CHD,…
obstructive sleep apnea,... chronic kidney disease,... renovascular…
corticosteroids, decongestants, NSAIDs
Normal: <120 and <80... pre-HTN: 120-139 or 80-89... stage 1 HTN: 1…
CV risk factors (7)
HTN, TC >200mg/dL, obesity, cigarette smoking, diabetes, CHD,…
Diseases that can cause secondary HTN…
obstructive sleep apnea,... chronic kidney disease,... renovascular…
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HTN
primary htn
secondary htn
HTN treatment
CO x systemic vascular resistance
no known cause... not curable, life long issue
identified cause of HTN... underlying pathology, relieved once f…
depends on initial BP, life style modifications, drug therapy
arterial blood pressure
primary htn
no known cause... not curable, life long issue
secondary htn
identified cause of HTN... underlying pathology, relieved once f…
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nursing implications of cardiovascular HTN drugs
before beginning therapy
assess for contraindications
assess for conditions that require
educate patients about the importance of
obtain a thorough health history and head-to-toe physical exa…
to specific hypertensive drugs
cautious use of these drugs
not missing a dose and taking exactly as prescribed
before beginning therapy
obtain a thorough health history and head-to-toe physical exa…
assess for contraindications
to specific hypertensive drugs
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HTN
definition of HTN (HBP)
normal BP
pre HTN
stage 1 HTN
"persistent" elevation in blood pressure that is considered h…
<120/80
<139/89
>140/90, <159/99
definition of HTN (HBP)
"persistent" elevation in blood pressure that is considered h…
normal BP
<120/80
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Anti-HTN drugs
What are "targets" that antihypertensi…
What are the acute effects of diuretic…
What are the chronic effects of diuret…
What part of the nephron do thiazides…
Blood Volume... Rate of Flow... Vessel Radius
decrease in Na+ causes an overall drop in systemic volume, de…
The original drop in CO and blood volume return to normal, bu…
The Early Distal Tubule (binds the chloride site of the Na/Cl…
What are "targets" that antihypertensi…
Blood Volume... Rate of Flow... Vessel Radius
What are the acute effects of diuretic…
decrease in Na+ causes an overall drop in systemic volume, de…
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nursing 412- exam 1 htn drugs
when on diuretic drugs for htn instruc…
if trying to get rid of water and don'…
hypovolemia sx include
hypokalemia sx include
low na, high k (except those high in K)
sips, hard candy, sugarless gum
inc hr w/ weak pulse, inc RR, low b/p, low output
ab ECG, ortho hypotension, faccid paralysis, weak
when on diuretic drugs for htn instruc…
low na, high k (except those high in K)
if trying to get rid of water and don'…
sips, hard candy, sugarless gum
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HTN Part 3
ALLHAT trial
ACCOMPLISH trial
STITCH trial
SPRINT trial
basically all antihypertensives equal in efficacy... systolic ha…
in stage 2 HTN / DM (high risk pts)... ACE + CCB > ACE + diuretic
protocol vs. guidelines - algorithm may be better and better…
BP goal < 120/80 for non-DM pts
ALLHAT trial
basically all antihypertensives equal in efficacy... systolic ha…
ACCOMPLISH trial
in stage 2 HTN / DM (high risk pts)... ACE + CCB > ACE + diuretic
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Surgery EOR
_______is the most important anestheti…
If patient is hyperkalemic (normal ran…
_______is the reversing agent for opio…
_______is the reversing agent for benz…
Malignant hyperthermia
treat with glucose/insulin, and calcium +/-bicarb
Naloxone
Flumazenil
_______is the most important anestheti…
Malignant hyperthermia
If patient is hyperkalemic (normal ran…
treat with glucose/insulin, and calcium +/-bicarb
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Part 1 CV- HTN
amlodipine besylate
amlodipine besylate and benazepril HCl
atenolol
benazepril HCl
Norvasc
Lotrel
Tenormin
Lotensin
amlodipine besylate
Norvasc
amlodipine besylate and benazepril HCl
Lotrel
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HTN Part II
How does HTN commonly present in the e…
What drug classes should you avoid in…
Why should you avoid B-blockers in dia…
What groups are at risk for orthostati…
Isolated systolic hypertension
a1-blockers and centrally acting agents
Can cause hyperglycemia
Elderly, diabetes, severe volume depletion, baroreflex dysfun…
How does HTN commonly present in the e…
Isolated systolic hypertension
What drug classes should you avoid in…
a1-blockers and centrally acting agents
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HTN
When do more men than women have HTN?
What race has more HTN?
3 parts that make up the HTN definition:
Peak blood pressure achieved during ca…
Before 50s and 60s, women have more chances of it later in li…
blacks
1. Persistent elevation in the arterial blood pressure... 2. Sys…
SBP
When do more men than women have HTN?
Before 50s and 60s, women have more chances of it later in li…
What race has more HTN?
blacks
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Part 1 CV - HTN
amlodipine besylate
amlodipine besylate and benazepril HCl
atenolol
benazepril HCl
Norvasc
Lotrel
Tenormin
Lotensin
amlodipine besylate
Norvasc
amlodipine besylate and benazepril HCl
Lotrel
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Therapeutic wk 2 HTN and hyperlipidemia
Angiotensinogen converts to angiotensi…
Which med classes best stop vascular r…
ACE inhibitor list and dosing
ACE inhibitors are absolutely contrain…
Renin... ACE
ACE inhibitors ... and Angiotensin II blockers ... and some Aldoste…
20mg dosing is fine. 40mg is the most but doesn't change bene…
pregnancy, renal artery stenosis (can cause renal failure), a…
Angiotensinogen converts to angiotensi…
Renin... ACE
Which med classes best stop vascular r…
ACE inhibitors ... and Angiotensin II blockers ... and some Aldoste…
Anticoagulant & Thrombolytic Drugs 2
prevents clot formation after c-section
Rivaroxaban(xarelto)
Anticoagulant
Plavix, ASA, Cilostazol,Ticlid(Ticlodi…
deep breathing & coughing exercises should be part of regular…
pts undergoing knee replacements surgery cont. treatment for…
Enoxaparin, Dipyridamole, Warfarin, Anisindione, Heparin
Antiplatelet- decrease ability to aggregate in the blood
prevents clot formation after c-section
deep breathing & coughing exercises should be part of regular…
Rivaroxaban(xarelto)
pts undergoing knee replacements surgery cont. treatment for…
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HTN Part I
1st and 2nd line HTN Tx
3rd or 4th line HTN tx
Thiazide Diuretics
HCTZ dosage
Diuretics, B-blockers, CCB, ACEI, ARBs
Central a-2 agonists, a-1 blockers, direct vasodilators, dire…
Hydrochlorothiazide, Chlorothalidone, Metolazone, Indapamide
12.5-50 mg/day
1st and 2nd line HTN Tx
Diuretics, B-blockers, CCB, ACEI, ARBs
3rd or 4th line HTN tx
Central a-2 agonists, a-1 blockers, direct vasodilators, dire…
Top 200 Drugs part 8 (drug uses)
Amoxicillin +Clavulanate (g)/Augmentin…
Terazosin(g)/Hytrin(b)
Sumatriptan(g)/Imitrex(b)
Raloxifene(g)/Evista(b)
Antibiotic
BPH & HTN
Migraines
Osteoporosis
Amoxicillin +Clavulanate (g)/Augmentin…
Antibiotic
Terazosin(g)/Hytrin(b)
BPH & HTN
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CV - HTN part 1
amlodipine besylate
amlodipine beslate and benazepril HCl
atenolol
benazepril HCl
Norvasc
Lotrel
Tenormin
Lotensin
amlodipine besylate
Norvasc
amlodipine beslate and benazepril HCl
Lotrel
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HTN T2E2
What are the 3 major physiological con…
What is the difference between primary…
What are examples of drugs that can in…
What is normal blood pressure?
RAAS (70%)... Na load and water retention (~30%)... Sympathetic ner…
Primary - unknown cause, 90-95% of cases... Secondary- caused by…
Decongestants... NSAIDs... MAOIs... Oral contraceptives... And so on
< 120 mm Hg systolic... < 80 mm Hg diastolic
What are the 3 major physiological con…
RAAS (70%)... Na load and water retention (~30%)... Sympathetic ner…
What is the difference between primary…
Primary - unknown cause, 90-95% of cases... Secondary- caused by…
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