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Lipitor
...  of heart attack, stroke, and certain types of heart related operations and chest pain. Lipitor becomes very helpful for even those who have a family history of early heart disease. It can keep away the heart problems for even patients with diabetes or kidney problems. The basic function of lipitor as mentioned above is to block or reduce an enzyme in the liver and when less cholesterol is made,  ...

Norvasc
...  This acts as a relaxant to the smooth muscle in the arterial wall, and its effects lead to a decrease in total peripheral resistance that reduces blood pressure, hence, reducing the blood flow to the heart. People who usually buy Norvasc online are those who are looking for a quick medication for high blood pressure; but what most people who buy Norvasc online don’t know about are the  ...

Abana
...  Information Abana is a medication made from herbs that aids in reducing the heart's sensitivity to adrenergic stimulation. It is made possible by exerting a positive inotropic action, increasing the heart's ability to contract and thus, protecting the heart from cardiac neurosis. Ingredients Abana is made of ingredients with heart tonic properties such as arjuna, calmint, chebulic  ...

Acamprosato
...  negative interactions. Inform your doctor if there are any allergies with certain medications. Before taking Acamprosato, inform the doctor if there are any previous (or current) problems regarding the heart, kidney or other vital organs of the body. Generic name: Acamprosate Brand names: Acamprosatum, Aotal, Campral Related Medications: Zofran, Antabuse, Zofran ODT, Revia,  ...

Lotrel
...  generically known as amlodipine and benazepril, is a medication used to treat hypertension. It works by relaxing the blood vessels and reduce the activities that contribute to the heart’s workload. Things To Consider Before Taking Lotrel Consult the doctor before planning to take Lotrel, or any other related medications. Lotrel is not suitable for everyone, and there are other  ...

Abboxide
...  for Abboxide should be avoided in infants as it may cause hypothermia, temporary muscular hypotonia, and respiratory failure. Administration of Abboxide during pregnancy may drastically change the heart rate of the fetus. This is why pregnant women and nursing mothers are not allowed to use Abboxide unless in case of extreme measures or unless authorized by their doctor. Patients of  ...

Acebutolol
...  is a drug which is considered to be a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. It helps reduce hypertension or high blood pressure through the reduction of the heart rate that forces the heart’s contractions. It not an over-the-counter drug and needs a prescription from a doctor. Acebutolol is also distributed under the brand name Sectral. This is used for the treatment of patients who  ...

Acebutololo
...  only by prescription and is considered to be a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. It is a medication that is used to treat hypertension, otherwise known as high blood pressure. It effectively reduces the heart rate that is responsible for the heart contractions. Another brand which is distributed under the generic name of acebutololo is the drug Sectral. This drug is also used to treat  ...

Acebutololum
...  for the medication and treatment of hypertension, also known as high blood pressure. Although this drug is not an over-the-counter drug it is an effective drug responsible for the reduction of the heart rate that is forcing the heart to contract. Acebotulolum is available by prescription only - and is the generic name for the drug distributed under the brand name Sectral. High blood  ...

Hypertension
...  is possible that all these factors combined create a favorable ground for acquiring pulmonary hypertension. Pulmonary hypertension is a serious lung disorder where the arteries carrying blood from the heart to the lungs become narrowed. These arteries are called pulmonary arteries and give the name to the health disorder. The blood flows through the vessels with difficulties and the blood  ...


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