Hypertension Medication

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I am presenting my paper as a combination medication to treat a poor health of hypertension or known to everyone as a high blood pressure. My bottom line up front (bluf) is a hearty rhythm of my heart beat. In the beginning a long time ago, so far away half way around the world when I was a young boy growing up in the Philippines, my grandmother on my mother’s side of the family had two younger siblings that passed away at age of 45 from heart attacked due to high blood pressure. My father had two mild strokes with minor physical complication, auspiciously he’s still alive for the vast reason that today’s therapeutic research treatment has gone far and beyond, on the other hand, his father had three stroked, two were mild furthermore the third …show more content…
Dewell prescribe me is amlodipine/valsartan 10/320mg. The amlodipine 10 mg which is the maximum dosage for adult and the classification of this are calcium channel blocker that inhibit calcium movement across cardiac and vascular to smooth-muscle cell membranes. The therapeutic effect is to relieve angina by dilating the coronary arteries, peripheral arteries, and arterioles. The purpose is to decrease the total peripheral vascular resistance and the dilatation of the blood vessels as by the action of a nerve. The Valsartan 320mg it’s for an angiotensin II receptor it’s an antagonist that blocks the vasoconstrictor as well as inhibiting the binding of angiotensin II. The therapeutic effect that causes it to reduce the peripheral resistance as a result it decreases the blood …show more content…
The advantage of combination is an individual based upon what gives the best possible to control the blood pressure with the fewest side effects with the aim of effectively manages it, what’s more, combination treatment may cost less plus in attendance may be less frequent doctor visit. The disadvantage at this time is that there are many different combinations of drugs in unreliable dosages are used to treat along with it, its start at a lower dose of one or more drugs in combination plus it increases until the desired effect meets along with blood drawn for kidney and liver state. This can be expensive along with frequent visits at the physician

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