enalapril


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  • noun

Synonyms for enalapril

an ACE inhibitor (trade name Vasotec) that blocks the formation of angiotensin in the kidney and so results in vasodilation

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The analysis compared numbers and rates of 30-day readmissions after discharge from heart failure hospitalizations between patients who were randomized to treatment with Entresto and those who received enalapril.
Yong Huo, MD, of Peking University First Hospital, Beijing China, and colleagues had 20,702 adults with hypertension without history of stroke or heart attack randomly assigned to receive daily treatment with a single-pill combination containing enalapril (10 mg) and folic acid (0.
5 percent on the older drug, enalapril, died of heart-related causes or were hospitalized for heart failure versus less than 22 percent of those on the Novartis drug.
In a rat model of passive Heymann nephritis, addition of simvastatin to the ACE inhibitor, enalapril, resulted in greater reduction in proteinuria than was seen with enalapril alone (Zoja et al.
Effect of enalapril on congestive heart failure treated with diuretics in elderly patients with prior myocardial infarction and normal left ventricular ejection fraction.
Pyridoxamine also limited lipid profile abnormalities and formation of AGEs and ALEs, offering a far broader spectrum of preventive effects than enalapril.
Mauer's study demonstrated that participants who were administered either enalapril or losartan experienced a significant slowing of the progression of diabetic eye injury, by 65 and 70 percent, respectively.
His regular enalapril dose was omitted as his blood pressure was around 110 mmHg systolic on the day.
A diagnosis of death due to angio-oedema associated with enalapril prompted a review of the records of all admissions to the ICUs in the UCT academic region.
Concerns about a possible interaction between aspirin and ACE inhibitors began with a 1992 hemodynamic study, later confirmed by others, showing that coadministration of enalapril and aspirin in 18 patients with severe heart failure attenuated some of the hemodynamic effects of ACE inhibitors on systemic vascular resistance.
The occurrence of acute pancreatitis with several different ACE inhibitors including captopril, (2-3) lisinopril, (4-8) quinapril, (9) ramipril, (10-11) perinodpril, (12) enalapril (13-17) has been described in case reports.
After 1 week's treatment with oral amoxicillin-clavulanate, enrofloxacin, enalapril, atenolol, and subcutaneous heparin sodium, the lameness resolved, and the demeanor was normal.
Enalapril was superior to the isosorbidc nitrate/hydralazine combination for prolonging survival, and ACE inhibitors subsequently became the primary treatment for heart failure.
In the two-year Comparison of Amlodipine vs Enalapril to Limit Occurrences
Scientists treated half the group with an ACE inhibitor called Enalapril, and the others with an angiotensin receptor blocker, Telmisartan.