Bluthochdruck und AT II Antagonisten bei Hypertonie II

Wechelwirkungen – engl.Artikel Drug interactions….

Drug Saf. 2003;26(10) :707-20.
Drug interactions with angiotensin receptor blockers: a comparison with other antihypertensives.
Unger T, Kaschine E.
Compared with other classes of antihypertensive agents, the angiotensin receptor blockers appear overall to have a low potential for drug interactions, but variations within the class have been detected. Losartan and irbesartan have a greater affinity for cytochrome p450 (CYP) isoenzymes and, thus, are more likely to be implicated in drug interactions. There is pharmacokinetic evidence to suggest that such interactions could have a clinical impact. Candesartan cilexetil, valsartan and eprosartan have variable but generally modest affinity and telmisartan has no affinity for any of the CYP isoenzymes. In vitro studies and pharmacokinetic pharmacodynamic evaluation can provide evidence for same interactions, but only a relatively small number of drug combinations are usually studied in this way. The absence of any pharmacokinetic evidence of drug interaction, however, should not lead to complacency. Patients should be made aware of possible interactions, especially involving the concurrent use of over-the-counter  products, and it may be prudent for all patients receiving antihypertensive treatment to be monitored for possible drug interactions at their regular check-ups. ……2007 PMID: 12862505 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

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