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Interacciones con Medicamentos:

Hidralazina

Vitamina B6 - Suplemento Probablemente Util | Coenzima Q10 (CoQ10) - Suplemento Posiblemente Útil | Coleus forskohlii - Interacción Teórica


Marcas Comerciales:
  • Apresoline

 

La hidralazina causa dilatación en las paredes de los vasos sanguíneos y a veces se usa para tratar la hipertensión.

 


Vitamina B6

Suplemento Posiblemente Util

Se sabe que la hidrazalina reduce a la sangre de vitamina B 6. El tomar suplementos B 6 podría prevenir o revertir los efectos secundarios del medicamento.1, 2 

 

Coenzima Q10 (CoQ10)

Suplemento Posiblemente Útil

Hay evidencia de que la hidralazina podría dañar la capacidad del cuerpo para producir la sustancia de la coenzima Q 10 (CoQ 10).3  Esto sugiere (pero definitivamente no demuestra) que tomar suplementos CoQ 10 podría producir un efecto benéfico.

 

Coleus forskohlii

Interacción Teórica

La hierba Coleus forskohlii relaja los vasos sanguíneos y podría tener efectos impredecibles si se combina con hidralazina.


References [ + ]

1. Shils M, et al. (eds.). Modern nutrition in health and disease, 9th ed. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1999: 1634.

2. Goodman L and Gilman A. The pharmacological basis of therapeutics, 9th ed. Hardman J, et al (eds.). New York: McGraw-Hill, 1996: 1562.

3. Kishi H, et al. Bioenergetics in clinical medicine. III. Inhibition of coenzyme Q 10 -enzymes by clinically used anti-hypertensive drugs. Res Commun ChemPathol Pharmacol 12(3): 533 - 40, 1975.



Ultima revisión septiembre 2014 por EBSCO CAM Review Board
Last Updated: 9/18/2014

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