[Use of sodium nitroprusside in cardiology].

Abstract

Sodium nitroprusside (SNP) is rarely used in cardiology. It is reserved traditionally for severe episodes of arterial hypertension. Certain states of refractory heart failure represent new indications for use, which implies a double haemodynamic monitoring system: continuous control of systemic blood pressure by intra-arterial catheterization; control of… (More)

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