Metformin has been discovered for nearly 90 years. The advantages of safety, efficacy, and low price make it the most widely used oral hypoglycemic agent in clinical practice. In 2014, approximately 14.4 million people in the United States prescribed drugs containing metformin. As evidence of the benefits of metformin in… Continue Reading Hypoglycemic + antihypertensive = anticancer? The miracle metformin is up again
Drug-induced edema refers to the disturbance of humoral balance caused by the clinical application of certain drugs. Body fluids stay in the interstitial spaces and there is swelling in the body or in the body. Mainly manifested as edema of the lower extremities or the face, and even severe systemic… Continue Reading Edema! Maybe it’s these drugs that are “mischief”
Some people on the Internet have consulted: You once mentioned that Shatan antihypertensive drugs have a protective effect on the kidneys, but you saw an article on the headline today that it has kidney damage. What is going on here? The full name of the sartans antihypertensive drugs is called… Continue Reading Does Sartan antihypertensive drugs protect the kidney or damage the kidney? Is it safe to use regularly?
High pressure (systolic blood pressure) is not too high and low (diastolic blood pressure) is high, mostly in young and middle-aged hypertension and workplace hypertension. 1. How is the systolic and diastolic pressure formed? The circulatory system of the human body includes the heart and blood vessels, which are connected… Continue Reading Systolic blood pressure is not too high, diastolic blood pressure is high. What antihypertensive drugs should be chosen?