HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENCY

This adverse event was reported 634 times

These drugs are most commonly taken by patients reporting HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENCY:

# Drug Count
0 METOPROLOL TARTRATE 121
1 METOPROLOL 110
2 ASPIRIN 64
3 ASPIRIN 325 MG 63
4 ASPIRIN 81 MG 63
5 AMLODIPINE 61
6 METOROPROLOL TARTRATE 56
7 LISINOPRIL 52
8 IBUPROFEN 49
9 DIPHENHYDRAMINE CITRATE, IBUPROFEN 47
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HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENCY is most prevalent among patients taking these drugs:

# Drug Count Frequency
0 MINOXIDIL 2% 1 0.0455
1 QUINAPRIL HYDROCHLORIDE AND HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE 10 0.0152
2 INDACATEROL MALEATE 1 0.0066
3 AURANOFIN 1 0.0051
4 HYDRALAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE AND ISOSORBIDE DINITRATE 1 0.0034
5 LABETALOL HYDROCHLORIDE 2 0.0030
6 LEVONORGESTREL AND ETHINYL ESTRADIOL TABLETS 1 0.0026
7 CALCIUM ACETATE 7 0.0020
8 GUANFACINE HYDROCHLORIDE 3 0.0020
9 TENECTEPLASE 1 0.0019
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These drug classes are most commonly taken by patients reporting HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENCY:

# Drug class Count
0 Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor [EPC] 31
1 Insulin Analog [EPC] 10
2 Tetracycline-class Drug [EPC] 5
3 Antiarrhythmic [EPC] 1
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HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENCY is most prevalent among patients taking these drug classes:

# Drug class Count Frequency
0 Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor [EPC] 31 0.0004
1 Tetracycline-class Drug [EPC] 5 0.0002
2 Antiarrhythmic [EPC] 1 0.0001
3 Insulin Analog [EPC] 10 0.0001
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