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home:protocol:olmesartan:safety [12.29.2018]
sallieq [Notes and comments]
home:protocol:olmesartan:safety [06.11.2019] (current)
sallieq [Data supporting the safety of higher than typical dosing frequencies]
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 The [[http://​www.benicar.com/​pdf/​prescribing_information.pdf|label for olmesartan]] states that the drug is well-tolerated. Adverse events were similar to those experienced by the placebo group – a group of patients who were not given the drug at all. Adverse events were generally “mild, transient and not related to dose.” The frequency of adverse events also had no relationship to the dose of olmesartan. The [[http://​www.benicar.com/​pdf/​prescribing_information.pdf|label for olmesartan]] states that the drug is well-tolerated. Adverse events were similar to those experienced by the placebo group – a group of patients who were not given the drug at all. Adverse events were generally “mild, transient and not related to dose.” The frequency of adverse events also had no relationship to the dose of olmesartan.
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 +From a MPStudySite topic 
 +<​blockquote> ​ a Member recently reported "​taking a whole days worth of Benicar into my mouth and they were down before I could stop them.  Had forgotten I hadn't just put the one 6 a.m. dose in the container.... ​ no adverse effects.</​blockquote>​
  
  
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