ACE Inhibitor DUE Reveals Inappropriate Use In Elderly

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The soft science of German cardiology

and elderly patients with syncope also need such procedures. Coronary angiography is definitely not the The soft science of German cardiology Wolfgang Dissmann,*Michael de Ridder Viewpoint THE LANCET Vol 359 June 8, 2002 2027 8000 7000 6000 5000 1000 2000 3000 4000 0 Germany Coronary angiographies Country

of Family Practice Medications and the Older Adult

change the ACE Inhibitor (captopril) to a once daily formulation which is equally efficacious. You also suggest minimizing over the counter sleep aids and Tylenol 3. You recommend discontinuing the glyburide for now, due to the possible risk of hypoglycemia and increasing the metformin if necessary.

Improving Diagnostic Accuracy in Health Care

patient s risk factors include elderly, history of tobacco use, hypertension, and taking an ACE inhibitor. See Appendix A for a detailed clinical note pertaining to this patient.

Pharmacologically inappropriate prescriptions for elderly

Feb 20, 2019 more inappropriate prescribing practice were old age and working single-handed with many elderly patients. Conclusion. The study reveals areas where GPs prescribing practice for elderly patients can be improved and which can be targeted in educational interventions. Key Words: Drug safety, elderly, family practice, general practitioner

Combination therapy in chronic kidney

Be that as it may, the use of antihypertensive agents, in particular RAS inhibitors, may be asso-ciated with decreased GFR due to a fall in renal perfusion pressure. These findings are of particu-lar interest in light of an interesting recent report by Moniwa and colleagues, who reported the effects of combined large doses of valsartan and