G.S. is a 30-year-old African-American lady with hypertension who was recently diagnosed. Her mother and sister also have hypertension, and both were diagnosed while they were in their thirties. G.’s most recent blood pressure reading was 150/96 mm Hg, prompting the nurse practitioner to propose captopril (Capoten) medication, modest exercise such as walking, and relaxation therapy. G.’s blood pressure is 145/86 mm Hg after a month of medication. Because she is a lawyer with a famous law company, she has discovered that her blood pressure is continuously elevated (160/100 mm Hg) everytime she takes it at work, stress reduction has been the most difficult aspect of her treatment. She is also given a prescription for a diuretic to aid with her blood pressure control during this follow-up session. 1. What type of diuretic was probably prescribed for G.S. at this time? Explain your answer.