Hypertension Medications and Treatments

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Which of the following is a group of drugs used in hypertension that includes ACE inhibitors and ARB?

Long-acting calcium channel antagonists

In cases of pheochromocytoma and renal artery stenosis, which intervention?

Surgery

Which type of antihypertensive agents are clonidine and methyldopa?

Centrally acting agents

Alpha-adrenergic receptor blockers are not typically used in the treatment of hypertension. True or False?

True

ACE inhibitors and ARBs are part of the same group of antihypertensive agents. True or False?

True

Amlodipine is a short-acting calcium channel antagonist. True or False?

False

Long-acting calcium channel antagonist amlodipine is not commonly used in the treatment of hypertension. True or False?

False

Beta adrenergic antagonists are not recommended for hypertension treatment. True or False?

False

Mixed alpha- and beta-adrenergic antagonist action is not a characteristic of labetalol and carvedilol. True or False?

False

This quiz covers the medications and treatments for hypertension, including ACE inhibitors, angiotensin receptor blockers, calcium channel antagonists, beta adrenergic antagonists, and other drug groups. It also includes information on surgical interventions for conditions like pheochromocytoma and renal artery stenosis.

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