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Prior to his hospital stay, his only prescribed drugs were Diovan for hypertension, allopurinol for gout, demedex diuretic, cardura diuretic for urinary/prostate, prescription potassium and darvocet for pain, and a daily aspirin.
I'm a 63 year old male heavy smoker with hypertension, obesity minor gout from marginally high Uric acid levels, degenerative disc disease, a chipped Tala bone at one ankle and just over two years ago left kidney was removed because of a renal mass, (renal cell carcinoma). About eight months ago I became dizzy after a stressfull drive up a steep hill requiring the big truck to be in low gear most of the way because of the heavy load of horse manure.
He was diagnosed with gout and had been on medication (Uloric, 40 mg 1x/day) since he was 18. A couple of years ago he was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and was on Janumet, 50/500, 2x/day. A little over a year ago he was diagnosed with an enlarged heart and congestive heart failure that his doctor told him was definately caused by a virus of some sort. In March he had and ICD put in and had been doing well since.
Prior to his hospital stay, his only prescribed drugs were Diovan for hypertension, allopurinol for gout, demedex diuretic, cardura diuretic for urinary/prostate, prescription potassium and darvocet for pain, and a daily aspirin.
Prior to his hospital stay, his only prescribed drugs were Diovan for hypertension, allopurinol for gout, demedex diuretic, cardura diuretic for urinary/prostate, prescription potassium and darvocet for pain, and a daily aspirin.
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