Calcium channel blocker

What is Calcium channel blocker?

A class of drugs with the capacity to prevent calcium ions from passing through biologic membranes. These agents are used to treat hypertension, angina pectoris, and cardiac arrhythmias.

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I have been taking adizem (calcium channel blocker) and ramipril for high blood pressure and since taking this medication if have suffered...

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Alternatives like diuretics can be used in place of calcium channel blockers.

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I am 65 y.o female. 5ft. 6 in. 112 lbs. Exercise daily and eat a good diet. No alcohol, coffee or smoking. Have been treated for PIC'S and PAC'S...

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Hi, Dr. Grief, I care for my mother past 13 years. She is 82 years old. She had a CVA and now is a hemiplegic, on/off vascular dementia,...

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About BP

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I have read your query.
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