ROS, MAP, MARS, Clinical Core, LATC
Antihypertensive/diuretic medications include: ACE inhibitors, antiadrenergics, beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, direct renin inhibitors, diuretics, angiotensin II receptor blockers, alpha blockers, and other antihypertensives.
|0||(no) if participant was not taking a diuretic or antihypertensive medication at this visit|
|1||(yes) if participant was taking a duretic or antihypertensive medication at this visit|
Participants supplied all medications prescribed by a doctor, vitamins, supplements, and over-the-counter remedies and medicines taken in the 2 weeks prior to the evaluation. Direct visual inspection of all containers of prescription and over-the-counter agents allowed for medication documentation. Medications were subsequently coded using the Medi-Span Drug Data Base system.
FUROSEMIDE ATENOLOL HYDROCHLOROT NORVASC TOPROL XL METOPROLOL TRIAMT/HCTZ LASIX VERAPAMIL CARDIZEM CD DILTIAZEM DIOVAN HCT SPIRONOLACT PROPRANOLOL NIFEDIPINE HYZAAR PROCARDIA XL COREG PLENDIL AMLODIPINE CARTIA XT
Medi-Span. Master Drug Data Base Documentation Manual. Indianapolis, IN: Medi-Span, 1995.