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ACE inhibitors are an oral medicine that lowers blood pressure; ACE stands for angiotensin (an-gee-oh-TEN-sin) converting enzyme. For people with diabetes, especially those who have protein (albumin) in the urine, it also helps slow down kidney damage.

Examples include: Capoten (captopril) Vasotec (enalapril) Prinivil, Zestril (lisinopril) Lotensin (benazepril).

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