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Preventive Drug Therapy May Increase Heart Failure Risk in Patients with Heart Devices

06:00 EDT 12 Jun 2019 | Pharmaceutical Processing

Patients with left-sided heart failure who get implanted devices may be more likely to develop heart failure if they are pre-treated with vasodilator drugs.
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American Heart Association

Original Article: Preventive Drug Therapy May Increase Heart Failure Risk in Patients with Heart Devices

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