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Can you take sulindac with lisinopril?

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Dr. Kevin Griffiths
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
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In brief: OK if normal kidneys

Lisinopril is anti-htn medicine called an ace inhibitor.
This class of drugs protect the kidney but can cause renal failure and increased potassium. Most kidney disease pts take an ace inhibitor b/c it protects their kidneys. It is not recommended that kidney disease pts. On an ace take sulindac cause the combination could worsen their renal problems and further increase their potassium level.

In brief: OK if normal kidneys

Lisinopril is anti-htn medicine called an ace inhibitor.
This class of drugs protect the kidney but can cause renal failure and increased potassium. Most kidney disease pts take an ace inhibitor b/c it protects their kidneys. It is not recommended that kidney disease pts. On an ace take sulindac cause the combination could worsen their renal problems and further increase their potassium level.
Dr. Kevin Griffiths
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