Eplerenone

What is Eplerenone?

It is an aldosterone antagonist used as an adjunct in the management of chronic heart failure. It is specifically marketed for reducing cardiovascular risk in patients following myocardial infarction.

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Hi i recently had an angioplasty.i would like a suggestion about my diet ( indian bengali ) I also would like to know about the drugs i have been...

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Physiotherapist and Dietitian are important

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You should undergo cardiac rehabilitation from a Physiotherapist....

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What effect if any does adderal have on ejection fraction?

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Amphetamines causes cardiomyopathy and decreases ejection fraction.

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Thanks for asking the query,

As per your...

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My doctor prescribed spironolactone for me. Got prescription filled and started taking dose. He had his nurse call me and tell me not to take it. I...

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Contraindications for use of spirinolactone

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My doctor prescribed spironolactone for me. Got prescription filled and started taking dose. He had his nurse call me and tell me not to take it. I...

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What effect if any does adderal have on ejection fraction?

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