Combination of Bendroflumethiazide and Triamterene in the Treatment of Hypostatic Edema

  title={Combination of Bendroflumethiazide and Triamterene in the Treatment of Hypostatic Edema},
  author={Knut Haeger},
  pages={334 - 340}
  • K. Haeger
  • Published 1 June 1969
  • Medicine
  • Angiology
* Associate Professor of Surgery, Vascular Section, Department of Surgery, Allmänna Sjukhuset, Malmö, Sweden. Diuretics as an adjunct in the treatment of acute and chronic hypostatic edema of the leg have been extensively studied in this clinic. 1-4 Contrary to the findings in cardiac patients, hypopotassemia does not constitute a problem in patients suffering from venous valvular incompetence. Among other factors, it is believed that the simultaneous administration of digitalis in heart… 

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