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Medicines

 

 

Medicines required for a patient of hypertension may include

  • Anti hypertensive drug to lower blood pressure.

  • Lipid modifying agent to reduce raised levels of bad cholesterol and to raise levels of good cholesterol.

  • Drug to loose excessive salt from body.

  • Drug to thin the blood to prevent clotting of blood inside blood vessels.

  • Antioxidants which are high doses of certain vitamins to prevent and reverse damage to blood vessels due to hypertension and lipid deposition.

  • Drugs for coexisting illnesses like angina, diabetes etc.

 

Complete management plan includes:

  • Medicines.

  • Life style modification.

  • Patient education.

  • Investigations and follow up assessments as and when required.

  • Blood pressure monitoring at home.

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