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Who should take benazepril (Lotensin)?

Benazepril (Lotensin) is most often prescribed to treat individuals with high blood pressure. However, doctors may also prescribe benazepril to treat people with congestive heart failure and chronic renal (kidney) failure. In addition, benazepril can also help prevent kidney damage in people with diabetes.

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What are side effects of ACE inhibitors?
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