COMPARISON OF ANTIHYPERTENSIVE EFFECT OF MOXONIDINE VERSUS CLONIDINE IN RENAL FAILURE PATIENTS.

  • DR.MATHEW GEORGE Pushpagiri College of Pharmacy Medicity, Accrediated with NAAC A Thiruvalla, Pathanamthitta
  • DR.LINCY JOSEPH Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutics, Pushpagiri College of Pharmacy.
  • MRS.DEEPTHI MATHEW Assistant Professor, Department of Nephrology, Pushpagiri Medical College, Thiruvalla.
  • ALISHA MARIA SHAJI Doctor of Pharmacy Pharm D Students, Pushpagiri Collegeof Pharmacy, Thiruvalla,Kerala,India.
  • BIJI JOSEPH Doctor of Pharmacy Pharm D Students, Pushpagiri Collegeof Pharmacy, Thiruvalla,Kerala,India.
  • STEFFI SARA SAM Doctor of Pharmacy Pharm D Students, Pushpagiri Collegeof Pharmacy, Thiruvalla,Kerala,India.

Abstract

Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against blood vessel walls as the heart pumps out blood, and high blood pressure, also called hypertension, is an increase in the amount of force that blood places on blood vessels as it moves through the body. Factors that can increase this force include higher blood volume due to extra fluid in the blood and blood vessels that are narrow, stiff, or clogged(1). High blood pressure can damage blood vessels in the kidneys, reducing their ability to work properly. When the force of blood flow is high, blood vessels stretch so blood flows more easily. Eventually, this stretching scars and weakens blood vessels throughout the body, including those in the kidneys.
Published
2018-09-30
How to Cite
GEORGE, D., JOSEPH, D., MATHEW, M., SHAJI, A. M., JOSEPH, B., & SARA SAM, S. (2018). COMPARISON OF ANTIHYPERTENSIVE EFFECT OF MOXONIDINE VERSUS CLONIDINE IN RENAL FAILURE PATIENTS. Journal of Drug Discovery And Therapeutics, 6(9). https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.32553/jddt.v6i9.440
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Thesis Dissertation