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Is lisinopril a ccb?

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Dr. Catherine Willner
Neurology 36 years experience
Lisinopril: Ace (angiotensin converting enzyme) inhibitor. I assume you mean calcium channel blocker by term ccb, but if not, apologies. You can search for 'mechanism of action' with almost any drug.
Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice 29 years experience
Medication Classes: Nope. It is a ace. It is not a calcium channel blocker.
Dr. Jack Rubin
Nephrology and Dialysis 49 years experience
Lisinopril: Lisinopril is a member of the angiotensn converting enzyme inhibitor (ace-i) class of drugs. It is not related to the calcium channel blocker class of antihypertensive agents.

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Lisinopril: the drug is an angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor. It is used for hypertension and also congestive heart failure

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