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spironolactone oral     320 User Reviews
furosemide oral     195 User Reviews
Lasix oral     185 User Reviews
triamterene-hydrochlorothiazide oral     127 User Reviews
triamterene oral     91 User Reviews
acetazolamide oral     77 User Reviews
Maxzide oral     73 User Reviews
Aldactone oral     70 User Reviews
Dyazide oral     68 User Reviews
chlorthalidone oral     39 User Reviews
Maxzide-25mg oral     37 User Reviews
torsemide oral     34 User Reviews
bumetanide oral     31 User Reviews
indapamide oral     21 User Reviews
Microzide oral     20 User Reviews
Demadex oral     14 User Reviews
spironolactone-hydrochlorothiazide oral     13 User Reviews
Edecrin oral     11 User Reviews
amiloride oral     9 User Reviews
furosemide injection     8 User Reviews
amiloride-hydrochlorothiazide oral     6 User Reviews
Aldactazide oral     6 User Reviews
Dyrenium oral     6 User Reviews
chlorothiazide oral     4 User Reviews
Diuril oral     4 User Reviews
mannitol 20 % intravenous     3 User Reviews
bumetanide injection     1 User Reviews
torsemide intravenous     1 User Reviews
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