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Chlorthalidone vs Furosemide

Chlorthalidone
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Furosemide
Other name: Hygroton Hygroton
Other name: Lasix Lasix
Satisfaction Score
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2.5
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2.6
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Helpfulness
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4.9
Concern level
3.7
Helpfulness
for High Blood Pressure
2.1
Concern level
3.3
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Chlortalidone (International Nonproprietary Name/British Approved Name) or chlorthalidone (United States Adopted Name) is a diuretic drug used to treat hypertension, originally marketed as Hygroton in the USA. It is described as a thiazide diuretic...
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Furosemide (International Nonproprietary Name) or frusemide (former British Approved Name) is a loop diuretic used in the treatment of congestive heart failure and edema. It is most commonly marketed by Sanofi-Aventis under the brand name '''Lasix'...
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Tiredness
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Weight Loss
2
Drowsy
2
Heart Attack
2
Diarrhea
1
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Shortness of Breath
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Weight Gain
3
Tiredness
2
Dehydrated
2
Weight Loss
2
Dizzy
2
Nausea
2
A Fib
1
Cramping
1
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About Chlorthalidone
Chlortalidone (International Nonproprietary Name/British Approved Name) or chlorthalidone (United States Adopted Name) is a diuretic drug used to treat hypertension, originally marketed as Hygroton in the USA. It is described as a thiazide diuretic...
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Furosemide (International Nonproprietary Name) or frusemide (former British Approved Name) is a loop diuretic used in the treatment of congestive heart failure and edema. It is most commonly marketed by Sanofi-Aventis under the brand name '''Lasix'...
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but my mother takes chlorthalidone.I hope you're able to...
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" ...edge off for me. I've been prone to upper respiratory infections before-I had pneuomonia for ...DO have to be careful.The water pill being HCTZ or furosemide or chlorthalidone? I've been on the first... "

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a high-dose ACEI. C) Start furosemide. D) Start amlodipine
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" ...hypertension treated with verapamil and chlorthalidone. His blood pressure today is ...low-dose ACEI. B) Start a high-dose ACEI. C) Start furosemide. D) Start amlodipine... "

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osemide for bp control? switch to chlorthalidone or hydrochl...
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" have him stop smoking. or let him get a stroke, mi, kidney problems, pad, or go blind. then ...can prevent a lot of future harm. and yea, furosemide for bp control? switch to chlorthalidone or... "

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ironolactone. D. Furosemide. E. Chlorthalidone....
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" ...  An alcoholic male has developed hepatic cirrhosis. To control the ascites ...B. Acetazolamide. C. Spironolactone. D. Furosemide. E.... "

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lorthalidone d)Furosemide e)Mannitol...
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" ...of Cl ions? a)Acetazolamide b)Triamterene c)Chlorthalidone... "

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se deben usar diuréticos del asa a dosis altas...
" ...En las desestabilizaciones se deben usar diuréticos del asa a dosis altas ...se prefieren las Tiazidas (Hidroclorotiazida [Tab. 50 mg] 1/2 Tab. c/12 horas) o Clortalidona... "

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water pill chlorthalidone 25mg. for blood pressure. Only...
" ...Also diovan160mg., amlodipine5mg., water pill chlorthalidone 25mg. for blood pressure. Only ...change the water pill to furosemide 20mg because it would overcome ...seriously deplete salt levels. I am... "

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etacrynic acid, furosemide, indapamide, metolazone,...
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" ...\"Diuretics include: Acetazolamide, amiloride, bumetanide, canrenone, chlorthalidone, etacrynic acid, furosemide, indapamide, metolazone, spironolactone, thiazides (e.g.... "

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hlorthalidone and metolazone) and the high-ceiling di...
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" ...may occur with thiazide-related compounds (chlorthalidone and metolazone) and the high-ceiling diuretics (ethacrynic acid, furosemide, and bumetanide). The proposed mechanism... "

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acrynic acid, furosemide, indapamide, metolazone, sp...
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" ...include: Acetazolamide, amiloride, bumetanide, canrenone, chlorthalidone, etacrynic acid, furosemide, indapamide, metolazone, spironolactone, thiazides (e.g.... "

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