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Dr. Andrew Berry
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Angiotensin Ii Blocker (Overview)

Angiotensin II blockers are a kind of blood pressure drug (cardiovascular drug).


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What test tells the level of angiotensin II in us?

What test tells the level of angiotensin II in us?

Test: You can measure angiotensin two levels. I would talk to your cardiologist or renal specialist about the need to do this. ...Read more

Dr. Andrew Berry
19 doctors shared insights

Angiotensin Ii Blocker (Overview)

Angiotensin II blockers are a kind of blood pressure drug (cardiovascular drug).


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What test tells the level of angiotensin II in us?

Test: You can measure angiotensin two levels. I would talk to your cardiologist or renal specialist about the need to do this. ...Read more

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The function of angiotensin II in your body is what?

The function of angiotensin II in your body is what?

Angiotensin II: Angiotensin ii stimulates the adrenal cortex to produce aldosterone which regulates salt and water reabsorption in the kidney. It is a vasoconstrictor and has effects to drive up BP through both these mechanisms. It potentates sympathetic neural output at the pregnant livonia level. ...Read more

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What is the primary function for the release of aldosterone and angiotensin ii?

What is the primary function for the release of aldosterone and angiotensin ii?

CHF: These are secreted by the body intent on increasing intravascular volume. They can be an appropriate compensatory mechanism when volume is low, or they can aggravate hypertension and chf, when they become excessively secreted. ...Read more

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What is the primary cause for the release of angiotensin ii?

What is the primary cause for the release of angiotensin ii?

Hypertension: Angiorensin ii is a potent vasoconstrictor and proinflammatory chemical that has effects on vascular endothelium that contribute to atherosclerosis and hypertension. In the heart it increases hypertrophy and increases arrhythmic potential. It stimulates aldosterone . It is formed through a chemical conversion of angiotensin i to angiotensin ii mediated by sympathetic activation of ace. ...Read more

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Which one causes more na and h2o reabsotbtion angiotensin II or aldosterone?

AII vs aldo and salt: Aldo causes more Na retention and water follows salt. But depends on circumstances. AII is major drive to aldo production so if AII high get same effect if you don't die form the severe HTN from excess AII. Both can be counteracted if you eat less salt. I am a specialist in the renin angiotensin aldosterone system and happy to consult with you. ...Read more

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If someone was to have low angiotensin II and low aldosterone would you expect to see a lower renin also?

If someone was to have low angiotensin II and low aldosterone would you expect to see a lower renin also?

Renin levels: If one has a low aldosterone and angiotensin ii, one would expect a high renin level. Renin leads to angiotensin i and ii synthesis. If those levels are low and the person is ambulatory, the person's renin would be expected to be high. For a diagram of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system go to this link; http://www.Google.Com/search?Hl=en;site=imghp;tbm=isch;source=hp;biw=2556;bih=1234;q=renin+angiotensin+system;oq=+angiotensin+sy;gs_l=img.1.1.0j0i5l9.576.4679.0.9029.16.9.0.5.5.0.227.974.0j5j1.6.0....0...1ac.1.35.Img..5.11.985.Luxw_l48srm#fa. ...Read more

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Why does Primary hypoaldosteronism lead to increased renin and Angiotensin II, but secondary hypoaldosteroninim does not?

Why does Primary hypoaldosteronism lead to increased renin and Angiotensin II, but secondary hypoaldosteroninim does not?

Renin-AT II-ALD axis: With primary (1°) hypoaldosteronism, feedback on the renin-angiotensin (AT) II-aldosterone (ALD) axis would cause the kidneys to increase renin and thereby AT II to try ^ adrenal ALD. In 2° hypoaldo, there is usually kidney damage (for example, due to diabetes) which decreases renin and hence AT II (which is produced in response to renin). This causes ALD (which depends on AT II) to v (hence 2°). ...Read more

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Is there anyway to increase angiotensin ii, my body does not produce it despite normal renin, autonomic nerve issue.

Is there anyway to increase angiotensin ii, my body does not produce it despite normal renin, autonomic nerve issue.

Meaningless: If your renin is normal, you don't need any higher angiotensin ii which is an intermediate step in the synthesis of renin. From you posts, it sounds like you might have hypothalamic/pituitary insufficiency - have you seen an endocrinologist? ...Read more

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Aldosterone 161 pmol/l - renin/aldosterone ratio 5 - renin 11.4 ng/l - angiotensin II 8ng/l. I have postural orthostatic tachycarda. Why low angioten?

All connected: I am not an expert on this and you don't mention your lab standards so it is hard to say, but they are all connected to each other to regulate the volume of fluid and salt held or released by your kidney and there for your blood pressure. Too little salt then too little volume of blood and BP drops when you stand. ...Read more

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Do most people with high blood pressure get on an angiotensin II drug?

Do most people with high blood pressure get on an angiotensin II drug?

Angiotensin II: Actually no, there is an order to starting blood pressure meds and often people start with a diuretic or a beta blocker. Occasionally, in diabetic patients an ace inhibitor is used as an initial agent because of beneficial effects to protect the kidneys. ...Read more

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Male 22 angiotensin II was 8ng/l and aldosterone 161 pmol/l i urinate a lot and have pots. Could this cause low blood volume?

Male 22 angiotensin II was 8ng/l and aldosterone 161 pmol/l i urinate a lot and have pots. Could this cause low blood volume?

Can't answer: Normal values vary from lab to lab. This question is complex and can't be answered in a vacuum. ...Read more

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Why is my angiotensin II only 8 normal range 20-40ng/l? My aldosterone was 161 p/mol. I have dysautonomia and pots. I pee a lot when i drink.

Angiotensin II: A specific radioimmunoassay for angiotensin ii showed that normal concentration in arterial blood is 2·4±1·2 (s.D.) m?g./l00 ml.; venous level is consistently below this value, usually 50–75% of it. Definite rises in blood angiotensin ii were found in some patients with hypertension, both essential and secondary to renal disease. Extremely low levels observed anephric state and conn's syndrome. ...Read more

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If someone had low angiotensin ii, low aldosterone and low vasopressin. Took florinef (fludrocortisone) would it retain water even though low vasopressin?

If someone had low angiotensin ii, low aldosterone and low vasopressin. Took florinef (fludrocortisone) would it retain water even though low vasopressin?

Yes: Florinef (fludrocortisone) is a mineralocorticoid. It works in a way similar to aldosterone to increase salt and water retention by the kidneys. It does not rely on angiotensin, vasopressin, or aldosterone for its action. ...Read more

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I pee a lot of what i drink low normal aldosterone low angiotensin ii. Will florinef (fludrocortisone) help me retain more and pee less?

Think about this:: If you urinate just 10 cc more than you take as food or drink per day, in 1 year, you'll be 3.6 liters drier and in 5 years, 20 liters behind! (not possible). No, your kidneys carefully balance your fluids. What low aldosterone and angiotensin control is your BP and your sodium ; potassium. Flurinef will raise your BP and help you retain sodium and excrete potassium. ...Read more

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Potassium 3.4 (3.5-5.0) got dysautonomia. Low aldosterone low angiotensin ii. Need florinef (fludrocortisone) but potassium will be lower. What causing this?

Review this again: Aldosterone deficient patients that require fluorinef are almost by definition hyperkalemic. Florinef (fludrocortisone) will make the k lower. The condition you describe (low aldosterone, adrenal insufficiency) comes with high k, non gap acidosis and low blood pressure. The low k does not fit. Perhaps this is a form of barrter's syndrome. Please review with your physician. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: angiotensin-1-converting enzyme?

Major BP problems...: Angiotensin-1-converting enzyme converts angiotensi-1 to angiotensin-2, an extremely potent vasoconstrictor, leading to high bp. It is triggered by renin, produced in the kidneys due to low blood flow. The angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors, or acei's are used to block this, but some still gets converted in the tissue, so we use angiotensin receptor blockers, or arb's. ...Read more