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Azor (Amlodipine Besylate/Olmesartan Medoxomil) 20-5/40-10/40-5 mg 28 Tablets


Azor is a popular medicine that is advised against high blood pressure. It is very effective to reduce hypertension.

 

What are the Ingredients of Azor? What does Azor contain?

 The active ingredients of Azor are Olmesartan medoxomil and Amlodipine. The supporting substances are red iron (III) oxide (E172), red iron (III) oxide (E172), talc, titanium dioxide (E171), pregelatinized maize starch, silicified microcrystalline cellulose, croscarmellose sodium, magnesium stearate, polyvinylalcohol, macrogol 3350, talc and titanium dioxide. 

 The ratio of olmesartan medoxomil and Amlodipine changes from product to product mentioned above. The higher amount is always olmesartan medoxomil

 

What is Azor used for? What are the Indications of Azor?

 

Azor is an impactful medicine that is recommended  for the treatment of high blood pressure in people whose blood pressure cannot be sufficiently lowered with estradiol medoxomil or amlodipine. In case the high blood pressure lasts for a long time, it is likely to destroy the blood vessels in the brain, heart and kidneys and can pave the way for heart or kidney failure. Under these circumtances, the blood pressure should be intervened by external interventions like Azor.

 

Olmesartan medoxomil is a class of drugs called "angiotensin-II receptor antagonists" that relax blood vessels and reduce the blood pressure level. Amlodipine is a class of drugs called calcium channel blockers. Amlodipine stops the blood vessels from contracting by stopping the calcium from entering the vein walls. Thus, it lowers the blood pressure. The effect of both of these substances also help interrupting the contraction of the blood vessels. Therefore, sthe blood channels loose and the blood pressure decreases.

 

What are the Contraindications of Azor?

 

Do not use Azor in case you;

 

-          You have any allergy or hypersensivity to any of the active or supporting substances of Azor.

-          You have serious liver problems or your biliary epidemic has problems or the gallstones are blocked by gallstones or you have a hug

-          Your blood pressure is very low

-          You suffer from low blood flow to your tissues

-          Your pulse is low

-          Your heart rate is high (shocks such as cardiogenic shocks)

-          The flow of blood from your heart is blocked and the your heart's efficiency has fallen (which causes shortness of breath or swelling in your hands and feet).

 

Be careful to use Azor under below conditions in case;

 

-          You have liver illness

-          You face heart failure, or you live heart valves or heart disease

-          You have severe nausea, diarrhea and you are treated with high doses of diuretics or if you  have a low salt diet

-          Your blood has elevated potassium levels

-          Your adrenal glands have problems

 

How should Azor be used with Food and Drinks?

 

Azor can be used when you are hungry or full.

Can Azor be used during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding?

You should not use Azor if you are pregnant. Azor can be dangerous for the unborn baby. Using Azor is not advised during breastfeeding. Under these circumstances, the doctors can suggest another medicine.

What are the effects of Azor on driving car or using another vehicle?


During the treatment of high blood pressure, you can feel tired and dizzy. In this situations, be careful before driving car or using another vehicle.

Can Azor be used with other Medicines? What are the interactions of Azor with other medicines?

Do not use Azor with below medicines;
 

-          Aliskiren

  The medicines listed below are not advised with Azor. However, they can be prescribed together with Azor. The doctors can adjust the dose with these drugs:

-          Amiodarone

-          Atazanavir

-          Benazepril

-          Captopril

-          Ceritinib

-          Clarithromycin

-          Clopidogrel

-          Conivaptan

-          Cyclosporine

-          Dantrolene

-          Digoxin

-          Domperidone

-          Droperidol

-          Eliglustat

-          Enalapril

-          Enalaprilat

-          Fosinopril

-          Idelalisib

-          Lacosamide

-          Lisinopril

-          Moexipril

-          Netupitant

-          Perindopril

-          Piperaquine

-          Quinapril

-          Ramipril

-          Simvastatin

-          Tacrolimus

-          Tegafur

-          Telaprevir

-          Trandolapril

-          Trimethoprim

 

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