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Lines of Therapy – Drugs in Hypertension

by Pravin Shukle, MD
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    The lecture Lines of Therapy – Drugs in Hypertension by Pravin Shukle, MD is from the course Cardiovascular Pharmacology. It contains the following chapters:

    • Special Drug Mixtures
    • The "Pulmonary Edema Special"
    • The "Ascites Special"

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. ACE inhibitors or ARB's.
    2. Diuretics
    3. Calcium Channel Blockers
    4. Beta Blockers
    1. valsartan
    2. metoprolol
    3. amlodipine
    4. hydrochlorothiazide
    5. lisinopril
    1. ACE inhibitor or ARB
    2. Calcium Channel Blocker
    3. Beta Blocker
    4. Alpha Blocker
    5. Diuretic
    1. Diuretic, ACE inhibitor
    2. Diuretic, ACE inhibitor, Beta Blocker
    3. Diuretic, Non dihidryopyridine calcium channel blocker, ACE inhibitor.
    4. Beta Blocker, ARB, ACE inhibitor.
    1. ACE inhibitor, low dose diuretic, spironolactone, beta blocker.
    2. ARB, ACE inhibitor, Renin antagonist, spironolactone
    3. ACE inhibitor, low dose diuretic, spironolactone, calcium channel blocker
    4. ARB, Renin antagonist, Beta Blocker, Calcium Channel Blocker.
    1. Valsartan (an Angiotensin Receptor Blocker)
    2. Enalapril (an Angiotensin Receptor Blocker)
    3. Metoprolol (a Beta Blocker)
    4. Clonidine (an Alpha Blocker)
    1. reply with confidence: "I am going to put you on a beta blocker, an ACE inhibitor (or ARB if you develop cough), aspirin, and a cholesterol lowering agent. I will also add a nitrate pump or tablets in the event that you have chest pain"
    2. reply with confidence: "I am going to put you on a beta blocker, an ARB (or ACE inhibitor if you develop cough), aspirin, and a cholesterol lowering agent. I will also add a nitrate pump or tablets in the event that you have chest pain"
    3. reply with a shaking voice and downcast eyes: "I am going to put you on a beta blocker, an ACE inhibitor (or ARB if you develop cough), aspirin, and a cholesterol lowering agent. I will also add a nitrate pump or tablets in the event that you have chest pain"
    4. reply with confidence: "I am going to put you on a beta blocker, an ACE inhibitor, a diuretic, and a cholesterol lowering agent. I will also add a nitrate pump or tablets in the event that you have chest pain"
    1. metolazone
    2. ethacrynic acid (a loop diuretic)
    3. bisoprolol
    4. amlodipine
    1. spironolactone 100 mg, furosemide 40 mg daily
    2. spironolactone 40 mg, furosemide 100 mg daily
    3. allopurinol 100 mg, furosemide 40 mg daily
    4. spironolactone 100 mg, enalapril 40 mg daily

    Author of lecture Lines of Therapy – Drugs in Hypertension

     Pravin Shukle, MD

    Pravin Shukle, MD


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