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When is the best time to take antihypertensive drugs?

When is the best time to take antihypertensive drugs?

Antihypertensive drugs in the field of cardiology, unlike aspirin enteric-coated tablets and statins, do not have the same fixed duration, and most preprandial and post-prandial use of most antihypertensive drugs are not particularly restrictive. This is ...


Antihypertensive drugs in the field of cardiology, unlike aspirin enteric-coated tablets and statins, do not have the same fixed duration, and most preprandial and post-prandial use of most antihypertensive drugs are not particularly restrictive. This is why cardiologists may not have stressed the duration of antihypertensive drugs.

When is the best time to take antihypertensive drugs?

Calcium ion antagonist: amlodipine benzenesulfonic acid tablets: the general initial dose is 5 mg, which can gradually increase to 10 mg per day, once a day, and can be taken after a meal. Levamlodipine Benesulfonic Acid tablets: the general initial dose is 2.5 mg, up to 5 mg, once a day, Felodipine sustained-release tablets, usually starting at 2.5 mg, can be gradually increased to 10 mg once a day. Nifedipine controlled-release tablets: the general initial dose is 30 mg, up to a maximum of 60 mg, once a day, can be taken before and after meal, not to break, chew or crush, etc. Nifedipine sustained release tablets: the general initial dose of 10 mg / time, The maximum dose is 20 mg / time, 2 times on 1st, can be taken after meal, do not break, chew or crush, etc.

Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor: captopril: a general initial dose of 6.25mg-12.5 mg, 3 times on 1st. It can be gradually increased to 25 mg, 3 times on 1st. It is recommended to take it on an empty stomach, preferably one hour before meals. Can be gradually increased to 10-40 mg daily, 2-3 times, can be taken after a meal. Benazepril: the initial dose of 5o 10 mg, once a day, Fosinopril: the general initial dose is 10 mg, which can be gradually increased to 40 mg daily. It is recommended to take it on an empty stomach. Ramipril: the general initial dose is 2.5 mg per day, once a day. After the illness gradually increased to 10 mg. Take after meal can be taken.

Angiotensin Ⅱ receptor antagonist: losartan potassium: the general initial dose is 50 mg per day, once a day, and then gradually increases to 100 mg per day according to the condition. After the meal, you can take it.telmisartan: the general initial dose is 40mg per day, once a day, It can be taken before and after meal. Omesartan: the general initial dose is 20 mg per day, once a day, and gradually increases to 40 mg per day according to the condition. It can be taken after meal.

Beta receptor blocker: metoprolol tartrate: the general initial dose of metoprolol tartrate: 12.5mg per day, twice a day, and then gradually increased to 50mg, 2 times a day. It is recommended that metoprolol succinate sustained-release tablets: the general initial dose is 23.75mg per day, once a day, Gradually increase to 95mg a day after the illness. Can be taken after a meal. Although called sustained-release tablets but can be separated. Labelol: 100 mg a day, 2-3 times a day, Can be gradually increased to 200-400 mg, 2 times a day. Recommended after meal. Bisoprolol: the general initial dose of 2.5 mg per day, once a day, according to the disease gradually increased to 5 mg, once a day. Before meals can be taken.

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