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Anti-Platelet Therapy for Cardiac Patients
Anti-Platelet Therapy for Cardiac Patients
Anti-platelet therapy aims to prevent clots from forming in the blood which can lead to angina or heart attack....
Beta Blockers and Cardiac Patients
Beta Blockers and Cardiac Patients
Beta-blockers work by reducing the workload of the heart and can help lower blood pressure and improve the regulation of the cardiac muscle....
Calcium Channel Blockers in Cardiac Care
Calcium Channel Blockers in Cardiac Care
Calcium channel blockers are frequently used in the treatment of high blood pressure as they prevent calcium from being absorbed into the cells of the heart muscle…...
How Ace-Inhibitors Help Heart Patients
How Ace-Inhibitors Help Heart Patients
ACE-Inhibitors are drugs that interfere with the chemical reactions in your body that are responsible for the maintenance and fluctuations of blood pressure....
The Use and Benefits of Statins for Heart Patients
The Use and Benefits of Statins for Heart Patients
Statins are drugs that are given to patients with high cholesterol levels, especially those who have a high risk of developing heart problems....
The Use of Anti Coagulants
The Use of Anti Coagulants
Anti-coagulants are special drugs that are given to prevent blood clots from forming. They may be prescribed to some cardiac patients and those who have suffered with…...
The Use of Diuretics for Heart Patients
The Use of Diuretics for Heart Patients
Diuretics are often called water tablets as they encourage the body to get rid of excess fluids and salts that may be detrimental to health....
Vasodilators and Cardiac Care
Vasodilators and Cardiac Care
Vasodilators work by encouraging the smooth cells of the blood vessels to relax and dilate the vessel meaning the blood doesn't need as much force to get through the…...
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