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thi·a·zides

(thī'ă-zīdz),
Abbreviated form of benzothiadiazides.

thi·a·zides

(thī'ă-zīdz)
Abbreviated form of benzothiadiazides.

Thiazides

A group of drugs used to increase urine output.
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Disparity in sodium and lithium renal reabsorption's site can explain why thiazides and analogs have a strong interaction pattern and loop diuretics and sparing-potassium diuretics don't (Table 3) (1.4-6,11,13,15,16).
I had suggested that the "THIAZIDES SHOULD BE THE FIRST LINE DRUG FOR THE TREATMENT OF HYPERTENSION".
Objective: To study the effect of Magnesium supplementation on lipid profile (TC, HDL, LDL, TG, VLDL) and inflammatory markers (CRP s-VCAM 1) in thiazide administered rats.
The similarities between GS patients and thiazide users are because the mutated NCCT is also the site of action for thiazide diuretics.
Juxtaposing, different guidelines (Table-I) for initial or Stage I therapy for hypertension without compelling indications use of Thiazide Diuretics, Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitors (ACEIs) or Calcium Channel Blockers (CCB) are widely recommended.
It's okay in most cases for gout patients to be on thiazide diuretics or low-dose aspirin, so long as hypouricemic therapy is adjusted as needed, according to rheumatologist and Cleveland Clinic professor Dr.
In this paper, we describe patient perspectives regarding financial incentives in relation to a patient-activation intervention to encourage patients in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health care system to talk with their primary care provider about initiating clinical practice guideline-concordant therapy (thiazide diuretics) for hypertension.
Do thiazides prevent recurrent idiopathic renal calcium stones?
"The finding that beta-blockers produce a different pattern of blood pressure lowering to thiazides when used as second-line drugs certainly deserves further attention as it might explain why beta-blockers appear to be less effective than thiazide diuretics at reducing adverse cardiovascular outcomes, particularly in older individuals," Chen added.
"Previous studies have told us that when patients take diuretic thiazides, potassium levels drop and the risk of diabetes climbs to 50%," says lead researcher Tariq Shafi, MD, MHS, of the Department of Nephrology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen (Advil) may affect the diuretic effect of thiazides. They also may increase blood sugar levels in diabetics, raise the risk of gout (tell your doctor if you've ever suffered from it) and exacerbate lupus.