Altace: 20,872 reports
Active ingredients: ramipril
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How effective is Altace?
- High blood pressure - reported by 200 people
- Blood pressure abnormal - reported by 15 people
- Blood pressure management - reported by 15 people
- Hypotension - reported by 5 people
- Essential hypertension - reported by 4 people
Alternative drugs to Altace
- High blood pressure
- Blood pressure abnormal
- Blood pressure management
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