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Table 1 Medications prescribed to diabetes patients with hypertension at Jimma University Specialized Hospital

From: Determinants of drug-related problems among ambulatory type 2 diabetes patients with hypertension comorbidity in Southwest Ethiopia: a prospective cross sectional study

Variable category Frequency (%)
Number of medications
 < 5 198 (66.00)
 ≥ 5 102 (34.00)
Type of medication
 Metformin 89 (29.67)
 Insulin 79 (26.33)
 Glibenclamide 11 (3.67)
 Aspirin 182 (60.67)
 Lovastatin 84 (28.00)
 Simvastatin 85 (28.33)
 Atorvastatin 28 (9.33)
 Enalapril 237 (79.00)
 Hydrochlorothiazide 17 (5.67)
 Amlodipine 5 (1.67)
 Atenolol 16 (5.33)
 Amytriptyline 31 (10.33)
 Omeprazole 32 (10.67)
 Furosemide 8 (2.67)
 Others* 13 (4.33)
Combined anti-diabetic medications  
 Metformin + glibenclamide 74 (24.67)
 Metformin + insulin 37 (12.33)
 Glibenclamide + insulin 7 (2.33)
 Metformin + glibenclamide + insulin 3 (1.00)
Combined anti-hypertensive medications
 Enalapril + amlodipine 22 (7.33)
 Enalapril + hydrochlorothiazide 13 (4.33)
 Hydrochlorothiazide + amlodipine 2 (.67)
  1. *Metoprolol, Salbutamol, Alfuzosin, Carbamazepine, Ranitidine
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