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What medicine should be given to my mother who is having high bp along with kidney disorder ?

My mothers(55years) has high bp history for past 3 years. 3 months ago my dr diagnosed that she is suffering from kidney disorder due to high blood urea and uric acid . Now her blood urea is 68mg and uric acid is 6.6mg. Dr prescribed her T.Ecosprin 75mg, T.Apocor 10mg, T.stamlo2.5mg, T.Tido-se and T.Renolog. Will these medicine will help her ? Whats her condition? Any information would be helpful to me.
Asked On : Mon, 18 Apr 2011
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You haven;t mentioned her other parameters like Blood Creatinine, if she is Diabetic, her blood lipids as well. These medicines are for controlling her BP as well as protecting her from heart and kidney problems. She needs to have proper fluid therapy as indicated by her Nephrologist. Don't let her eat any junk or fatty food. She needs to do mild exercise by walking everyday for 20-30 minutes under supervision. You can prevent her from getting worse by proper timing of medication administration, healthy diet more of fruits and vegetables, proper fluid therapy and exercise.
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