Clinical pharmacokinetics of angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors in renal failure.
Arterial hypertension occurs frequently in patients with chronic renal failure. Antihypertensive treatment of arterial hypertension with angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors has been shown to be effective with a low incidence of adverse effects compared with other drug classes. Furthermore, treatment with ACE inhibitors may slow the progression of renal function impairment in certain groups of patients, such as those with diabetes. Most ACE inhibitors are prodrugs which are converted by hepatic esterolysis to an active diacid metabolite. Only captopril and lisinopril have sufficient oral bioavailability and are given as active drugs. ACE inhibitors can be subdivided into 3 classes with regard to the active group: the majority of ACE inhibitors are carboxyl-containing drugs, a new class of ACE inhibitors possess a phosphoryl-group and captopril and related compounds are sulfhydryl-containing drugs. The predominant elimination pathway of ACE inhibitors is excretion via the kidneys. Therefore, renal insufficiency is associated with reduced elimination of most ACE inhibitors and, thus, altered pharmacokinetic properties. This is most evident in chronic renal failure when glomerular filtration rates (GFR) are
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- DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.2165/00003088-199324030-00005
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