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Accupril is generally recommended for reducing high blood pressure and treating heart failure. The drug may be used alone and in combination with other medications.

Accupril belongs to angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors. ACE is acting in some chemical reactions which constrict blood vessels and make kidney keep sodium and fluid. This effect may evolve blood pressure rise. ACE inhibitors reduce blood pressure by interfering with ACE and make blood vessels relaxed. Blood starts flowing more freely and at a lower pressure. ACE inhibitors by their activity in the body enhance the heart's ability to pump blood in certain forms of heart failure.

Accupril cannot be taken by people with allergy to any of the drug components and patients suffering from angioedema (swelling of the throat, tongue, face, and lips) resulted from ACE inhibitor treatment. The medicine is forbidden for pregnant women (2nd/3rd trimesters).

If anything of the above described attributes to you immediately tell the doctor.

If you need any additional facts about the drug, please refer to your doctor or a pharmacist.
The medication is not to be used by people for whom it wasn't recommended by the doctor.
Inform your doctor if the symptoms persist or if they get worse.

The given information represents basic medical facts about the drug. If any questions about the use of the medicine arise you are strongly advised to contact the doctor or any other health care provider.

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