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On this podcast episode, I discuss fosinopril (Monopril) pharmacology, adverse effects, drug interactions and much more.
Fosinopril is an ACE inhibitor so it should absolutely NOT be used in pregnancy as it poses fetus risks.
Like other ACE inhibitors, hyperkalemia, cough, angioedema, and acute renal failure represent possible risks in using fosinopril.
Drugs that can raise potassium when used in combo with fosinopril include spironolactone, trimethoprim, calcineurin inhibitors, and heparin.
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