Blood Pressure Drug Combination Reduces Kidney Disease Risk in Diabetics, Believ

Posted by Hadriel Sam on December 28th, 2019

Blood pressure lowering drugs also lower the risk for  Blood Sugar Formula Review  kidney disease among diabetics. Even among patients without high blood pressure, the reduction of kidney risk is 20% when a combination of two drugs is taken. What are these two drugs, you asked And how did they come to this conclusion Read on. They analyzed the data from a study called ADVANCE. The number of type 2 diabetics who participated in this study was 11,140. They divided these patients into two groups. One group was given a combination of two blood pressure-lowering drugs.

The two drugs received were the ACE or angiotensin-converting enzyme (inhibitor perindopril) and the indapamide which is a diuretic drug. How about the second group Well, they were given inactive placebos. Most of the participants had hypertension except for 20% whose blood pressure was normal with a reading of less than 130/80.

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