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contraindicated in gout
thiazides
insulin resistance, new onset DM
thiazides, beta blockers
hypokalemia
thiazides, loop
hyponatremia
thiazides
hypertriglyceridemia
thiazides
hyperuricemia
thiazides
erectile dysfunction
thiazides
also central sympatholytics (dose dependent)
potenitate nondepolarizing muscle relaxants
thiazides
photosensitive dermatitis
thiazides
hepatic coma
loop diuretics
interstitial nephritis
loop diuretics
hypokalemia
loop diuretics, thiazides
potentiates succinylcholine
loop diuretics
potentiates aminoglycoside ototoxicity
loop diuretics
contraindicated in serum K+ > 5.5
K sparing diuretics
contraindicated in GFR < 30
K sparing diuretics
fatal hyperkalemia esp if used with salt substitute
K sparing diuretics
contraindicated in heart block
beta blockers, nondihydropyridine CCBs
contraindicated in asthma
beta blockers
Contraindicated in depression
beta blockers, central sympatholytics
contraindicated in cocaine or meth abuse
beta blockers
bronchospasm
beta blockers
nightmares
beta blockers
fatigue
beta blockers, central sympatholytics
cold extremities
beta blockers
Steven's Johnson
beta blockers
agranulocytosis
beta blockers
contraindicated in pregnancy
ACEI, ARB, direct renin inhibitors
contraindicated in bilateral renal artery stenosis
ACEI, ARBs, direct renin inhibitors
contraindicated in hyperkalemia
ACEI, ARBs, direct renin inhibitors, K sparing diuretics
cough
ACEI
angioedema
ACEI, ARBs
Leukopenia
ACEI
fetal toxicity
ACEI, direct renin inhibitors (aliskiren)
cholestatic jaundice
ACEI
diarrhea
direct renin inhibitors
headache
Dihydropyridine CCBs
flushing
Dihydropyridine CCBs
ankle edema
Dihydropyridine CCBs, alpha blockers
CHF
Dihydropyridine CCBs, alpha blockers
gingival hyperplasia
Dihydropyridine CCBs
esophageal reflux
Dihydropyridine CCBs, nonDihydropyridine CCBs
contraindicated as monotherapy in chronic kidney disease
Dihydropyridine CCBs
contradindicated in heart block (2)
nonDihydropyridine CCBs, BB
contraindicated in systolic failure
nonDihydropyridine CCBs, alpha blockers
bradycardia
nonDihydropyridine CCBs
AV block
nonDihydropyridine CCBs
constipation
nonDihydropyridine CCBs
worsening of systolic fxn
nonDihydropyridine CCBs
gingival edema
nonDihydropyridine CCBs
increase in cyclosporine blood levels
nonDihydropyridine CCBs
contraindicated as monotherapy for HTN
alpha blockers
contraindicated in orthostatic hypotension
alpha blockers, central sympatholytics, direct vasodilators
contraindicated in systolic heart failure
alpha blockers, nondihydropyridine CCB
contraindicated in LV dysfunction
alpha blockers
drug tolerance
alpha blockers
first dose effect
alpha blockers
potentiates hypotension with PDE-5
alpha blockers
depression
central sympatholytics, BB
dry mouth
central sympatholytics
rebound HTN upon drug withdrawal
central sympatholytics
Coombs + hemolytic anemia & elevated LFTs
central sympatholytics
reflex tachycardia
direct vasodilators
fluid retention
direct vasodilators
Hirsutism
direct vasodilators
Lupus
direct vasodilators
avoid diuretics in:
gout, renal failure, dyslipidemia
thiazides are ineffective if creatinine is over
2.5
SE of spironolactone =
gyncecomastia and hyperkalemia
what drug should be "avoided" in CHF?
BB
what drugs decrease morbidity and mortality post MI
BB
What drug causes high amounts of orthostasis and should be taken only at bed time
alpha/beta blockers
Alpha blockers and vasodilators have what side effects?
tachycardia, lupus-like rash
Alpha blockers and vasodilators are most prescribed in:
pregnancy and CRF
CCBs work well in
angina, elderly, systolic HTN, PVD
3 side effects of nifedipine
HA
Flushing
Nonpitting edema
Drugs for CHF
ACE/ARB
Diuretics
BB

"CHF is BAD"
Drugs post MI
ACE
BB
Aldosterone Antagoinst
Drugs for CAD
BB
ACE
CCB
diuretic

CAD gets ABCD
Drugs for kidney disease
ACE/ARB
Drugs for stroke prevention
ACE
Diuretic
Drugs for high CVD risk
ACEI
BB
CCB
Diuretic