Hypertension with left ventricular enlargement for three years, blood pressure 120 / 160. At present, taking aspirin 100mg, nimodipine 100mg, captopril 80mg, simvastatin 20mg, trimetazidine 80mg every day, high blood pressure just can't fall down. What kind of Western medicine should the doctor change? I specially ask western medicine. Traditional Chinese medicine doesn't need to answer or accept Chinese patent medicine. Thank you!
Nimodipine, in fact, this medicine can be stopped. Generally, he doesn't need to add baixintong. Others should remain unchanged. There are many drugs to reduce blood pressure, and there are many drugs to choose from
There are hypertension diseases. If captopril has poor antihypertensive effect, it can be treated with telmisartan or felodipine sustained-release tablets. You can monitor blood pressure again and reduce blood pressure quickly. You can take nifedipine tablets under your tongue. This has the effect of rapidly reducing blood pressure. Then you can choose telmisartan combined with captopril antihypertensive treatment and don't eat too salty food
Hello, according to your blood pressure and examination results, your heart has changed. It is suggested to replace nimodipine tablets with amlodipine besylate tablets combined with B receptor blockers, such as betalok. The first is to control blood pressure, and the second is to improve heart remodeling and prevent heart failure.