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Accupril

Accupril or known as quinapril is the drug that is used to treat high blood pressure (hypertension) and heart failure. This is ACE inhibitor drug or known as the Angiotension Conversting Enzyme.

You should not use this drug if you are pregnant. If you come to know that you are pregnant, they stop taking it immediately as it is possible for this drug to kill a baby in the womb. If you are suffering from diabetes, never use this medicine. It contains aliskiren. If you are having allergic to the Quinapril or for any other ACE inhibitors, then don’t take Accupril.

People who suffer from kidney related issues must not take Accupril. If you have liver disease, then you should first consult with your doctor before taking this medicine. You have to maintain the same approach if you have any circulation issues, heart disease or stroke before. People with connective tissue disease like Sjogren’s syndrome and Marfan syndrome must avoid taking this medicine.

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