ACE Inhibitors

by Cathy Parkes March 31, 2021

ACE inhibitors typically end in -pril (ex: captopril, lisinopril). Remember the key side effects: hypotension, A=Angioedema, C=Cough, E=Elevated potassium)

ACE inhibitors typically end in -pril (ex: captopril, lisinopril). Remember the key side effects: HYPOTENSION, A=Angioedema, C=Cough, E=Elevated postassium)

To learn more about ACE inhibitors, check out our video on cardiovascular medications - hypertension and the RAAS System.



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