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Who should not receive Enalaprilat injection?

You should not receive Enalaprilat injection if you have kidney or liver problems. Anyone who has undergone a kidney transplant or is receiving dialysis should not receive this medication. People with lupus, porphyria, collagen vascular disease or scleroderma should avoid Enalaprilat. Also, people suffering from chest pain or problems with chest and brain arteries should not use this medication to treat their high blood pressure. Some people experience severe swelling in their hands, feet, face, throat or lips. Taking dextran sulfate or a diuretic while using Enalaprilat injection can endanger your health. Additionally, pregnant women should not receive Enalaprilat Injection, because it can cause serious harm to, or the death of, a fetus. You should not receive Enalaprilat if you intend to become pregnant soon or if you are breastfeeding.

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