Metolazone (Zaroxolyn, Diulo [Discontinued]; Mykrox [Discontinued]) is a medication prescribed for the treatment of high blood pressure and edema. Side effects, drug interactions, dosage, and pregnancy safety information should be reviewed prior to taking this medication.
Edema is the swelling of tissues as a result of excess water accumulation. Peripheral edema occurs in the feet and legs. There...learn more »
In This Article
- Edema facts
- What is edema?
- What is pitting edema and how does it differ from non-pitting edema?
- What does pitting edema look like (picture)?
- What causes pitting edema?
- Does salt intake affect edema?
- What causes edema during pregnancy?
- What kind of doctors treat edema?
- Why does a person with heart disease retain fluid?
- Why do people with liver disease develop ascites and edema?
- Why do people with kidney disease have pitting edema?
- What causes pitting edema by heavy loss of protein in the urine?
- What medications treat pitting edema caused by heavy loss of protein in the urine?
- What causes pitting edema in people with impaired kidney (renal) function?
- What is idiopathic edema?
- What is the treatment for idiopathic edema?
- What is the treatment for patients with idiopathic edema who have become dependent on diuretics?
- How does venous insufficiency cause edema?
- Which diuretics are used to treat edema?
- Do people taking diuretics need a diet high in potassium?
- Are diuretics used for other diseases or conditions?
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High Blood Pressure Treatment Article
- What is high blood pressure (hypertension)?
- Which lifestyle modifications are beneficial in
treating high blood pressure?
- Coffee and caffeinated beverages
- Other dietary considerations
- Exercise and stress reduction
- How is high blood pressure treated?
- Starting treatment for high blood pressure
- Treatment with combinations of drugs for high blood pressure
- Emergency treatment for high blood pressure
- Treatment during pregnancy
- Which medications are used to treat high blood pressure?
- Beta blockers
- Calcium channel blockers (CCBs)
- Alpha blockers
- Renin inhibitors
- Aldosterone blockers
- Combining agents
- What about the patient's compliance with
- Is alternative medicine used to treat
high blood pressure?
- What are the complications of high blood pressure?
- Can high blood pressure be prevented?
- What's new in high blood pressure?
Febrile seizures, or convulsions caused by fever in small children or infants can be frightening, however, in general are...learn more »
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Febrile Seizures Article
- Seizure symptoms: how to assist the victim
- NIH on what are febrile seizures?
- How common are febrile seizures?
- What are the symptoms of a febrile seizure?
- What makes a child prone to recurrent febrile seizures?
- Are febrile seizures harmful?
- What should be done for a child having a febrile seizure?
- How are febrile seizures diagnosed and treated?
- How are febrile seizures prevented?
- What research is being done on febrile seizures?
- Where can I get more information?