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lisinopril oral     4095 User Reviews
atenolol oral     1240 User Reviews
Bystolic oral     837 User Reviews
Diovan oral     831 User Reviews
hydrochlorothiazide oral     801 User Reviews
metoprolol succinate oral     694 User Reviews
Toprol XL oral     623 User Reviews
Benicar oral     585 User Reviews
metoprolol tartrate oral     534 User Reviews
losartan oral     482 User Reviews
Cozaar oral     409 User Reviews
spironolactone oral     342 User Reviews
Coreg oral     309 User Reviews
carvedilol oral     308 User Reviews
Avapro oral     234 User Reviews
furosemide oral     203 User Reviews
Lasix oral     186 User Reviews
Micardis oral     171 User Reviews
enalapril maleate oral     170 User Reviews
Altace oral     156 User Reviews
Lopressor oral     155 User Reviews
ramipril oral     155 User Reviews
Atacand oral     113 User Reviews
benazepril oral     109 User Reviews
digoxin oral     98 User Reviews
triamterene oral     92 User Reviews
acetazolamide oral     87 User Reviews
Aldactone oral     73 User Reviews
isosorbide mononitrate oral     68 User Reviews
Zestril oral     68 User Reviews
bisoprolol fumarate oral     67 User Reviews
Coreg CR oral     66 User Reviews
Tenormin oral     65 User Reviews
Prinivil oral     64 User Reviews
valsartan oral     59 User Reviews
chlorthalidone oral     48 User Reviews
quinapril oral     48 User Reviews
Vasotec oral     47 User Reviews
Accupril oral     45 User Reviews
irbesartan oral     35 User Reviews
torsemide oral     34 User Reviews
bumetanide oral     33 User Reviews
fosinopril oral     27 User Reviews
metolazone oral     26 User Reviews
telmisartan oral     25 User Reviews
Zebeta oral     24 User Reviews
Mavik oral     23 User Reviews
Microzide oral     23 User Reviews
perindopril erbumine oral     21 User Reviews
nebivolol oral     21 User Reviews
isosorbide dinitrate oral     20 User Reviews
captopril oral     19 User Reviews
Lotensin oral     18 User Reviews
Digitek oral     17 User Reviews
spironolactone-hydrochlorothiazide oral     14 User Reviews
Demadex oral     14 User Reviews
Lanoxin oral     14 User Reviews
Inspra oral     14 User Reviews
Edecrin oral     11 User Reviews
eplerenone oral     11 User Reviews
Aceon oral     9 User Reviews
olmesartan oral     9 User Reviews
candesartan oral     9 User Reviews
furosemide injection     7 User Reviews
Dyrenium oral     7 User Reviews
carvedilol phosphate oral     7 User Reviews
amiloride-hydrochlorothiazide oral     6 User Reviews
Aldactazide oral     6 User Reviews
moexipril oral     5 User Reviews
Isordil oral     5 User Reviews
chlorothiazide oral     5 User Reviews
trandolapril oral     5 User Reviews
BiDil oral     5 User Reviews
Diuril oral     4 User Reviews
digoxin injection     2 User Reviews
Digox oral     2 User Reviews
Entresto oral     2 User Reviews
eprosartan oral     1 User Reviews
ISOCHRON oral     1 User Reviews
bumetanide injection     1 User Reviews
acetazolamide injection     1 User Reviews
Natrecor intravenous     1 User Reviews
nesiritide intravenous     1 User Reviews
isosorbide-hydralazine oral     1 User Reviews
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