Lisinopril /blood Pressure

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Verwon Says:

Yes, this tablet contains 40mgs of Lisiopril, a beta blocker commonly used to treat high blood pressure.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and dizziness.

Read more:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Lisinopril/­

Are there any questions or comments?

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kent Says:

I believe lisonopril is an ACE inhibiter, rather than a beta blocker.

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Sherry Says:

Lisinopril 40 mg. Lisinopril is used in the treatment of high blood pressure; heart failure; diabetic kidney disease; migraine prevention; heart attack, and belongs to the drug class angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors.


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Roy Says:

Can anybody tell me - what is the difference between an ACE inhibitor and a beta blocker? Just curious...

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Verwon Says:

My apologies for typing the wrong category in that old post, but the side effects and link are accurate.

Roy, the main difference is their mechanism of action in the body.

I'll include links for both, so you can read about each:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­ACE_inhibitor/­

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Beta_blocker/­

Are there any other questions?

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J Says:

I was taking 40 mg Lisinopril which was a smaller yellowish pill with WW 270 on it, but when I got my refill it was a larger white pill with the number 4214 on it. Are these the same pill?

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