Calcium channel blocker


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The top three most commonly prescribed anti-hypertensive drugs can be easily remembered through the mnemonic ABC – ACE inhibitors (end in PRIL), Beta blockers (end in OLOL) and Calcium Antagonists (end in PINE except diltiazem and verapamil).

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ACE Inhibitors for high blood pressure (HBP/HTN). Don't forget about the Beta-blockers, Calcium Channel blockers (CCB), Vasodilators, Diuretics, Alpha-Beta Blockers, ...

“ ACE Inhibitors- How do they work? Angiotensin II is a very potent chemical that causes the blood vessels to contract, thereby narrowing the vessels. This increases the pressure within the vessels causing high blood pressure (hypertension).

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How do Calcium Channel Blockers Work?

How do Calcium Channel Blockers Work?

Calcium channel blockers (CCBs) are a group of drugs that work by blocking calcium channels in the body, which help the muscle cells to contract and work properly.