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How does the combination of lisinopril (an acei) and hydrochlorthiazide (a diuretic) act to lower blood pressure?

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Dr. Calvin Weisberger
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Blood pressure

ACE-I is a weak blood vessel dilator and diuretic decrease vascular volume and can also cause some vessel dilation.
The two drugs add together to lower pressure.

In brief: Blood pressure

ACE-I is a weak blood vessel dilator and diuretic decrease vascular volume and can also cause some vessel dilation.
The two drugs add together to lower pressure.
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