Acute and long-term effects of vasodilator therapy on resting and exercise hemodynamics and exercise tolerance.

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The acute hemodynamic response to vasodilators in patients with chronic heart failure has been well characterized, but less is known about the long-term hemodynamic effects of vasodilator therapy. We measured hemodynamic variables at rest and during upright exercise in 11 patients during the initiation of therapy with oral hydralazine and sublingual… (More)

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