Torsemide versus furosemide and intermediate-term outcomes in patients with heart failure: an updated meta-analysis

@article{Miles2019TorsemideVF,
  title={Torsemide versus furosemide and intermediate-term outcomes in patients with heart failure: an updated meta-analysis},
  author={J. Miles and Balaram Krishna Hanumanthu and Kavisha Patel and Michelle Chen and R. Siegel and D. Kokkinidis},
  journal={Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine},
  year={2019},
  volume={20},
  pages={379–388}
}
Aims Loop diuretics have become a mainstay of chronic heart failure management. Furosemide and torsemide are the two most common loop diuretics; nevertheless, there is inconsistent evidence regarding the optimal choice of loop diuretic with respect to clinical outcomes. Methods Medline and Cochrane Databases were systemically reviewed for randomized and observational studies comparing patients with chronic heart failure on oral torsemide versus oral furosemide and their association with… Expand
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