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Is it common for diabetics to be prescribed lisinopril that don't have high blood pressure? (too protect your kidney)

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Dr. Michael Perez
Internal Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: It is a good idea

Lisinopril is an ace-inhibitor which is proven to be protective against kidney damage in many conditions of chronic kidney disease.
This is in addition to and separate from its use as an anti hypertensive.

In brief: It is a good idea

Lisinopril is an ace-inhibitor which is proven to be protective against kidney damage in many conditions of chronic kidney disease.
This is in addition to and separate from its use as an anti hypertensive.
Dr. Michael Perez
Dr. Michael Perez
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Dr. Tim Conrad
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: yes

This is a recommended practice for diabetics to be on this class of medication.
It protects the eyes and the kidneys.

In brief: yes

This is a recommended practice for diabetics to be on this class of medication.
It protects the eyes and the kidneys.
Dr. Tim Conrad
Dr. Tim Conrad
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