|1.||Davis, Barry R: 33 articles (01/2016 - 09/2002)|
|2.||ALLHAT Collaborative Research Group: 21 articles (01/2016 - 02/2001)|
|3.||Ford, Charles E: 17 articles (01/2016 - 04/2005)|
|4.||Cushman, William C: 13 articles (11/2014 - 04/2005)|
|5.||Oparil, Suzanne: 11 articles (01/2016 - 09/2006)|
|6.||Wright, Jackson T: 11 articles (05/2013 - 09/2002)|
|7.||Whelton, Paul K: 11 articles (05/2013 - 04/2005)|
|8.||Pressel, Sara L: 10 articles (01/2016 - 01/2005)|
|9.||Einhorn, Paula T: 10 articles (01/2016 - 01/2007)|
|10.||Cutler, Jeffrey A: 9 articles (02/2013 - 09/2002)|
|1.||Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
07/24/1987 - "Thus, this new 15-mg formulation of chlorthalidone appears to be an effective antihypertensive agent with fewer metabolic side effects compared with the standard 25-mg dose in the management of mild essential hypertension."
03/01/2015 - "Safety, tolerability, and efficacy of azilsartan medoxomil with or without chlorthalidone during and after 8 months of treatment for hypertension."
07/01/2014 - "Efficacy of azilsartan medoxomil with chlorthalidone in hypertension."
12/01/1985 - "Systolic Hypertension in the Elderly Program (SHEP): antihypertensive efficacy of chlorthalidone."
01/01/2014 - "In conclusion, among people with moderate to advanced CKD with poorly controlled hypertension, chlorthalidone may significantly reduce BP via volume contraction; a randomized trial is needed to define the risks and benefits. "
09/01/2014 - "In one of these trials, chlortalidone was superior to the ACE inhibitor lisinoprilin preventing stroke. "
04/01/2008 - "Treatment with a chlorthalidone-based antihypertensive regimen significantly reduced the risk of cardiovascular death (adjusted relative risk [RR]=0.86; 95% CI, 0.76 to 0.98, P=0.026) in the SHEP cohort without a significant (P=0.39) interaction with stroke status. "
05/01/1993 - "The risk of stroke was lowered in patients who received low doses of the diuretic chlorthalidone, which was well tolerated with minimal adverse effects. "
03/01/1992 - "Results showed a highly significant 36% reduction in nonfatal plus fatal stroke over 5 years in the group treated with active medication (low-dose chlorthalidone was step one), compared with the placebo group. "
09/01/1994 - "In summary, in patients with isolated systolic hypertension, chlorthalidone in doses that are effective in decreasing stroke and cardiovascular event rates (12.5 or 25 mg/day), did not increase VPCs."
|3.||Cardiovascular Diseases (Cardiovascular Disease)
12/01/1985 - "This study indicates that chlorthalidone is effective for lowering BP in elderly patients with systolic hypertension and sets the stage for a larger trial of the effects of such treatment on the incidence of cardiovascular disease."
12/01/2012 - "The legacy effect: 4.5 years of a chlorthalidone-based antihypertensive regimen reduces cardiovascular mortality and prolongs cardiovascular disease-free survival at 22 years for older patients with isolated systolic hypertension."
04/13/1998 - "Antihypertensive therapy with low-dose chlorthalidone (supplemented if necessary) for isolated systolic hypertension lowers blood pressure and its cardiovascular disease complications and has relatively mild effects on other cardiovascular disease risk factor levels."
01/01/2012 - "Similar to the previously reported in-trial result, there was a significant treatment-by-race interaction for cardiovascular disease for lisinopril vs chlorthalidone. "
05/01/2002 - "Doxazosin was recently withdrawn from this trial after an interim analysis showed the secondary end point of combined cardiovascular disease to be 25% greater in patients on doxazosin than in those assigned to treatment with chlorthalidone. "
09/01/2009 - "Prevention of heart failure with chlorthalidone in ALLHAT: placing the results into perspective."
07/16/1997 - "In older persons with isolated systolic hypertension, stepped-care treatment based on low-dose chlorthalidone exerted a strong protective effect in preventing heart failure. "
07/15/1967 - "[Diuretic therapy with chlorthalidone in congestive heart failure caused by chronic cor pulmonale]."
07/01/2006 - "The alpha 1-adrenoreceptor blocker doxazosin, which in the ALLHAT trial was associated with a greater risk of heart failure than the diuretic chlorthalidone, induces the apoptosis of human and murine cardiomyocytes regardless of alpha 1-adrenoreceptor blockade. "
09/03/2002 - "The Antihypertensive and Lipid-Lowering treatment to prevent Heart Attack Trial reported that treatment initiated with doxazosin compared with chlorthalidone doubled the risk for heart failure in high-risk hypertensive patients (relative risk, 2.04 [95% CI, 1.79 to 2.32]). "
|5.||Coronary Disease (Coronary Heart Disease)
11/13/2006 - "There was no significant association of incident DM at 2 years with clinical outcomes, except for coronary heart disease (risk ratio, 1.64; P = .006), but the risk ratio was lower and nonsignificant in the chlorthalidone group (risk ratio, 1.46; P = .14). "
02/28/2013 - "We compared chlorthalidone, the active control, with each of the other three agents with respect to the primary outcome, fatal coronary heart disease or nonfatal myocardial infarction, and several other clinical endpoints. "
04/19/2000 - "A total of 24,335 patients (aged > or = 55 years) with hypertension and at least 1 other coronary heart disease (CHD) risk factor who received either doxazosin or chlorthalidone. "
11/04/2003 - "The recent Antihypertensive and Lipid-Lowering Treatment to Prevent Heart Attack Trial (ALLHAT) showed that the primary end point, coronary heart disease, was identical in the chlorthalidone, lisinopril, and amlodipine groups. "
04/25/2005 - "Hypertensive participants 55 years or older with at least 1 other coronary heart disease risk factor were randomized to receive chlorthalidone, amlodipine, or lisinopril for a mean of 4.9 years. "
|7.||Antihypertensive Agents (Antihypertensives)
|8.||Peptidyl-Dipeptidase A (Angiotensin Converting Enzyme)
|9.||Calcium Channels (Calcium Channel)
|1.||Sodium-Restricted Diet (Diet, Sodium Restricted)
|2.||Drug Therapy (Chemotherapy)
|5.||Oral Surgery (Maxillofacial Surgery)