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Treatment of 66 hypertensive patients with three different beta-blockers (atenolol 100 mg once a day; oxprenolol 80 mg twice a day; nadolol 80 mg once a day) for six months resulted in a significant reduction in blood pressure and heart rate, the maximum with nadolol, a significant amelioration in pre-ejection period/left ventricular ejection time ratio(More)
The authors studied the life quality in a group of 74 patients--31 males and 43 females--affected with essential hypertension of World Health Organization I or II degree. All patients began treatment with frusemide at a dose of 25 mg once a day. The 35 non-responsive patients to frusemide were then treated, by random selection, with captopril at a dose of(More)
The authors performed two studies to clarify the characteristics, analogies and differences of three loop diuretics (furosemide, bumetanide and piretanide) aiming at more precise indications for their clinical use. In the first study, they compared bumetanide and piretanide by the method of compensated diuresis; in the second, they tested the three loop(More)