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Dry cough is the most common adverse reaction of angiotensin converting enzyme, including enalapril, in Chinese population. Clinical observations suggest that the incidence of ACEI-induced dry cough is different between Chinese and other racial groups, however, there is still lack of research data in Chinese. In this study, we will investigate whether there are specific genotypes which may predict the incidence of enalapril-induced dry cough in Chinese so as to provide a basis for developing guidelines on precise medication in enalapril therapy apply to Chinese population.
Enalapril Adverse Reaction
detection of genotype
Peking University First Hospital
Peking University First Hospital
Published on BioPortfolio: 2017-08-23T18:23:21-0400
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