Adverse Reactions of Losartan Potassium
Antihypertensive drugs have many kinds of drugs and all of them are widely used. It is very important to treat these patients according to their individual conditions and correctly choose the drugs to achieve the best therapeutic effect and reduce side effects. Clinical practice has proved that losartan potassium has significant clinical effects on severe primary hypertension. And the only side effects associated with these drugs is dizziness, and it has a higher incidence than a placebo. Due to the dose problem, postural hypotension, constipation, dry mouth, arthrodynia, depression, urticaria, itching, liver dysfunction, migraine, anaemia, lethargy, vertigo and other adverse reactions appear in less than 1% of the patients.
An eighty-year-old male patient took a daily dose of 50mg Losartan Potassium tablets which are effective antihypertensive drugs. And after two days, there was a sudden edema of the body and possibly caused by losartan potassium. The patient should stop taking the product immediately and accept the related treatment.
Clinical trials have found that the tolerance of this product is well; the adverse reactions are mild and short, and patients generally do not need to terminate the treatment. And there is no case of terminating this treatment because of adverse drug reactions. If the patient had adverse reactions when taking losartan potassium, he should promptly reduce or change the dosage according to the doctor's advice.