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Synonyms for spironolactone

a synthetic corticosteroid (trade name Aldactone) used to treat hypertension

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Preoperatively the patient should be placed on spironolactone or eplerenone; these aldosterone antagonists block the effects of aldosterone on the kidney, with resultant normalization of hypertension and hypokalemia.
Spironolactone can be used as an anti-hypertensive (adjunctive third-line therapy for hypertension) or as a first-line drug (patients with Conn's syndrome).
Professor Marion McMurdo, head of ageing and health at Dundee, carried an initial study earlier this year to see if taking 25mg of spironolactone daily for five months helped osteoarthritis sufferers.
Case Diagnosis Cardiac Medication 1 PA + IVS furosemide, salicylic acid 2 CoA + VSD furosemide, potassium citrate 3 PA + AV def + TAPVR furosemide, salicylic acid, potassium citrate, spironolactone, warfarin 4 PA + VSD furosemide, salicylic acid 5 VSD (multiple) + ASD furosemide 6 PA + IVS furosemide, salicylic acid, spironolactone 7 AS + DCMP furosemide, digoxin, spironolactone 8 DILV + TGA + VSD furosemide 9 VSD (large) furosemide, potassium citrate, spironolactone 10 VSD (large) furosemide, potassium citrate, spironolactone 11 Ebstein anomaly furosemide, propranolol Diagnosis and cardiac medication in the patient group.
The exposed cohort included women who received at least two prescriptions of spironolactone after age 55 years, who were followed up from the first prescription (index date).
Spironolactone is a potassium-holding diuretic used to treat ascites due to liver cirrhosis, and gynecomastia is a well-known side effect of the medication.
2 mg/day, spironolactone at 100 mg/day, or placebo.
For patients who are allergic to sulfa-containing diuretics, doctors sometimes prescribe triamterene, spironolactone, amiloride, or ethacrynic acid.
Licorice Reduces the Side Effects of Spironolactone in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Mr Clarke should instead have been given the drug Spironolactone by the two staff members at Lloyd's pharmacy, in High Street, Prestatyn.
Plasterer Alan Clark, 59, of Central Avenue, Prestatyn, was mistakenly given the antidepressant drug Sertraline instead of Spironolactone, to treat water retention.
This type of treatment (as with the drug Spironolactone [Aldactone]) is particularly effective in reducing excessive hair growth.
In severe cases Dr Fried recommends a drug called spironolactone.
The diuretic Spironolactone can improve the physical symptoms.
For women with these symptoms, an anti-androgen medication like spironolactone (Aldactone or Spironol) may be prescribed.