(redirected from Lotensin)
Also found in: Medical.


An ACE inhibitor drug, C24H28N2O5, used in its hydrochloride form primarily to treat hypertension and congestive heart failure.

[benz(o)- + aze(pine), seven-member ring containing nitrogen (az(o)- + (h)ep(ta)- + -ine) + -pril, ACE inhibitor suffix (from captopril).]


n benazepril m
References in periodicals archive ?
quinapril); with the body's Lotensin production of a (benazepril); and chemical that Capoten (captopril).
5/10; 5/10, 5/20-,5/40; 10/20; 10/40 ACEI + Thiazide Diuretic Benazepril/HCTZ Lotensin HCT 5/6.
Her symptoms resolved after discontinuing Lotensin, a blood pressure medicine.
She is in good health, works out at the gym four to five times a week, and besides Lipitor and Lotensin for blood pressure, is on no other medications.
Also at risk is anyone on a medication that causes the body to hold onto potassium, including potassium-sparing diuretics like Dyazide and Spirozide, ACE inhibitors like Lotensin and Vasotec, angiotensin-receptor blockers such as Tevetan and Avapro and daily doses of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like aspirin and ibuprofen.
That includes drugs like Vasotec, Lotensin, Hyzaar, Avapro, and Diovan.
Benazepril HCl tablets Ranbaxy Laboratories Lotensin tablets
ACE inhibitors include Lotensin, captopril, enalapril, Monopril, Prinivil/Zestril, Univasc, Aceon, Accupril, Altace and Mavik.
s Diflucan; and Benazepril HCI tablets, AB rated and bioequivalent to Novartis' Lotensin.
Beta blockers, such as Lopressor and Inderal, and ACE inhibitors, such as Lotensin and Vasotec, are among the most commonly prescribed medications.