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How to Treat Hypertension in Venlafaxine-Medicated Patients-Pharmacokinetic Considerations in Prescribing Amlodipine and Ramipril.

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Summary of "How to Treat Hypertension in Venlafaxine-Medicated Patients-Pharmacokinetic Considerations in Prescribing Amlodipine and Ramipril."

Amlodipine (AMLO) and ramipril (RAMI) belong to the most prescribed drugs in patients with hypertension, a condition also encountered in depression. Venlafaxine may worsen hypertension because of noradrenergic properties. Although of special clinical relevance, data on pharmacokinetic interactions between AMLO, RAMI, and venlafaxine (VEN) are lacking.

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Name: Journal of clinical psychopharmacology
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