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Vasodilators for heart failure


For most patients with heart failure therapy usually involves the use of a diuretic, sometimes digoxin,1 and occasionally a sympathomimetic.2 In some patients symptoms will still persist and in this article we review a fourth approach - the vasodilators.

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