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Patients without compelling indications

Which anti HTN drug
Thiazides
Patient presents for anti HTN drug, he has history of previous MI - which drug
Beta blockers

ACE inhibitors
ARB blockers --> if LV systolic dysfunction
Patient presents for anti HTN drug - history of exertional angina - which drug? Which drugs are less desirable
Beta blockers
Ca channel blockers

Less desirable - direct vasodilators, short acting dihydropyridine Ca channel blocker
Patient presents with Prinzmetals variant angina - which anti HTN drug? Which one is less desirable?
Ca channel blocker

Less desirable - beta blocker
Patient presents with CHF - needs anti HTN drug - which drug? Which one is less desirable
ACE inhibitors
ARB
Diuretics
Aldosterone antagonists
Beta blockers

Less desirable - non dihydropyridine Ca channel blocker
Patient has dyslipidemia - which anti HTN drug is good

Less desirable?
Alpha blockers
ACE inhibitors
ARB
Ca channel blockers
Indapamide

Less desirable - thiazides (except Indapamide), beta blockers
Patient has diabetes and needs anti HTN med - which one
ACE inhibitors
ARB
Non dihydropyridine Ca channel blocker
Thiazide diuretics
Beta blockers
Patient has chronic kidney disease - anti HTN med?

Contraindication?
ACE Inhibitors
ARB'ss

Contraindication - bilateral renal artery stenosis, hyperkalemia
Patient has osteoporosis - needs anti HTN med
THiazides
Patient has BPH - which anti HTN drug
Alpha blockers
Patient has migraine cephalgia - which anti HTN drug
Beta blockers (non selective)
Non - dihydropyridine Ca channel blocker
Patient has gout - which drug to avoid
Thiazide diuretics
Patient has COPD, asthma which to avoid
Beta blockers