No. Atacand by itself is an angiotensin receptor blocker, or arb, which is a vasodilator, not a diuretic. It is possible your Atacand is a combination pill, which includes a diuretic. This would typically be called atacand/hctz (hydrochlorothiazide). The hctz (hydrochlorothiazide) portion is a diuretic.
Atacand (candesartan) No, Atacand (candesartan) is an blood pressure medicine called an angiotensin receptor blocker or arb and acts on the renin angiotensin system to lower blood pressure.
Atacand (candesartan) and diuretic. Yes, Atacand (candesartan) (a) can have, and is marketed, with a diuretic. A comes in various doses and each strenght has a 12.5 and 25 mg dose of hydrochlorthiazide added to if, it the physician choses to prescribe it.
Can be. Atacand-hct is the formulation with the integrated thiazide diuretic added to enhance its blood pressure lowering effect. Available in various dose combinations.