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“…Betaadrenergic blockers tend to be less effective than in men. 104 Diuretics are particularly useful in women, particularly elderly women, because their use is associated with decreased bone loss and reduced risk of hip fracture. 105 Diuretics are the favourite antihypertensive drug class for the treatment of women throughout the world, while beta-blockers, ACE inhibitors and calcium channel blockers are more often prescribed for men.…”
Section: Gender Considerations In the Choice Of Antihypertensive Drugsmentioning
“…This is consistent with findings with other antihypertensive agents, although analyses examining effects of antihypertensive medications by gender in hypertension are limited. 30 Some studies have reported differences between genders. In the HANE (hydrochlorothiazide, atenolol, nitrendipine and enalapril) study in patients with mild-to-moderate hypertension, the overall response rate (DBPo90 mm Hg) was higher in women (55%) than men (48%), and enalapril provided significantly higher response rates in women than in men.…”
Section: Laboratory Abnormalitiesmentioning