| Hydralazine, Apresoline, Hydra-Zide
Hydralazine is an anti-hypertensive vasodilator that relaxes blood vessels (arterioles more than venules) and increasing the supply of blood and oxygen to the heart while reducing its workload. It is commonly used in the condition of pregnancy called preeclampsia.
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Coleus relaxes blood vessels, which may result in unpredictable effects on blood pressure when combined with Hydralazine.
Several drugs that are used to lower blood pressure (especially propanolol) may inhibit the actions of enzymes containing CoQ10.
Hydralazine attaches to and disables vitamin B6.
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