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Things I Do, But Should I? Dual Antihypertensives

Vanessa Cardy, MD and Adrien Selim, MD
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Review evidence in favor of utilizing low dose double agents rather than high dose single agent for management of hypertension.

 

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Ian L., Dr -

In Afro Americans calcium antagonists are preferred over ACE-1or ARBS they are more efficacious and ACE angioedema is more common in AfroAmericans .
Lifestyle modifications need much encouragement .

Vanessa C. -

I certainly agree about choosing the first-line agent that is most appropriate for your patient... If we can get their BP down with that ideal agent, and with lifestyle changes that were hopefully tried out at first and are continuing, then all the better.

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