THE EFFECT OF PREDNISONE AND 6‐METHYL-PREDNISOLONE ON MERCURIAL DIURESIS IN PATIENTS WITH REFRACTORY CARDIAC EDEMA

@article{Rad1959THEEO,
  title={THE EFFECT OF PREDNISONE AND 6‐METHYL-PREDNISOLONE ON MERCURIAL DIURESIS IN PATIENTS WITH REFRACTORY CARDIAC EDEMA},
  author={J{\'a}nos P. Rad{\'o} and G Blumenfeld and S Hammer},
  journal={The American Journal of the Medical Sciences},
  year={1959},
  volume={1},
  pages={64–73}
}

Management and Role of Pharmacist in Chronic Heart Failure

Digoxin is potentially beneficial in symptomatic patients with HFrEF already receiving optimal medical therapy to decrease HF hospitalizations, and there is little clinical trial evidence to guide which treatment are optimal to use in HFr EF.

Glucocorticoids for decompensated heart failure

This protocol was withdrawn as the current author team are unable to progress to the final review stage, and the Cochrane Heart Group withdrew this protocol.

RESTORATION OF DIURETIC RESPONSE WITH TRIAMCINOLONE IN REFRACTORY CARDIAC EDEMA

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Congestive heart failure; its physiopathology and treatment, with special reference to intractable heart failure.

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