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Plasma renin activity does not predict the antihypertensive efficacy of chlorthalidone

European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology

Jan 1, 1987

Anna Paola SalvettiL Papi

PMID: 3319646

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It has been established that angiotensin II stimulation may limit the antihypertensive potential of diuretic therapy in some patients. It is less clear, however, whether renin-angiotensin II stimulation is the cause of the flat blood pressure dose-response relationship to diuretics. To ...read more

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Blood Pressure
Double-Blind Method
Dose-response Relationship
Plasma Renin Measurement
Renin Measurement
Clinical Trials
Electrolytes
Hypotensive
Angiotensin II Assay
Angiotensin II
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Plasma renin activity does not predict the antihypertensive efficacy of chlorthalidone

European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology

Jan 1, 1987

Anna Paola SalvettiL Papi

PMID: 3319646

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Abstract

It has been established that angiotensin II stimulation may limit the antihypertensive potential of diuretic therapy in some patients. It is less clear, however, whether renin-angiotensin II stimulation is the cause of the flat blood pressure dose-response relationship to diuretics. To ...read more

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Blood Pressure
Double-Blind Method
Dose-response Relationship
Plasma Renin Measurement
Renin Measurement

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