This is a new class of blood pressure lowering drugs. They act by blocking the action of a substance called angiotensin II at the blood vessel walls and thereby prevent the narrowing of blood vessels.
The side effects of Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers are rare and include dizziness and lightheadedness on
If you are pregnant or planning to conceive, you should inform your
doctor. It should not be taken together with high doses of diuretics as
this may give rise to low blood pressure.
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