On this episode, I discuss enalapril pharmacology, adverse effects, drug interactions, and much more!
Enalapril has a shorter half-life compared to some of the other ACE inhibitors so it may need to be dosed twice daily in patients with adequate renal function.
Hyperkalemia, cough, renal impairment, and angioedema and four adverse effects associated with enalapril that you should monitor for.
NSAIDs and diuretics can increase the risk of acute renal failure when an ACE inhibitor like enalapril is being used.
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