1. FDA Releases List Of 'Safe' Blood Pressure Drugs Amid Sartan Recalls  Tech Times
  2. FDA declares 40 generics free of carcinogens as 'sartan' recalls continue  FiercePharma
  3. FDA Issues List of 'Safe' Blood Pressure Meds  WebMD
  4. FDA Issues List of 'Safe' Sartan-Containing Meds  Medscape
  5. Amid blood pressure medicine shortage, take tainted losartan, says FDA  USA TODAY
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FDA published a list of drugs that the public can take in place of recalled sartan medications. Amid the issues on impurity-containing products, the agency encouraged patients to still take their blood pressure medications.FDA published a list of drugs that the public can take in place of recalled sartan medications. Amid the issues on impurity-containing products, the agency encouraged patients to still take their blood pressure medications.

FDA Releases List Of 'Safe' Blood Pressure Drugs Amid Sartan Recalls | Tech Times

The initial 40 medicines free of nitrosamine will be added to the “safe” list, the FDA says. The list is meant for health care professionals to review as they consider treatments. The initial 40 medicines free of nitrosamine will be added to the “safe” list, the FDA says. The list is meant for health care professionals to review as they consider treatments. "

FDA Issues List of 'Safe' Blood Pressure Meds

Amid the recalls plaguing the "sartan" drug class, the FDA released a list of 40 generics that do not contain three potentially carcinogenic compounds flagged in linked to various "sartan" drugs, including valsartan and losartan.Amid the recalls plaguing the "sartan" drug class, the FDA released a list of 40 generics that do not contain three potentially carcinogenic compounds flagged in linked to various "sartan" drugs, including valsartan and losartan.

FDA declares 40 generics free of carcinogens as 'sartan' recalls continue | FiercePharma

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is telling patients that taking losartan that could increase cancer risk is better than going without the pills.The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is telling patients that taking losartan that could increase cancer risk is better than going without the pills.

FDA on blood pressure medicine: Amid shortage, take tainted losartan