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Oral hydralazine in chronic heart failure: sustained beneficial hemodynamic effects

, : Oral hydralazine in chronic heart failure: sustained beneficial hemodynamic effects. Annals of Internal Medicine 92(5): 600-604

Hemodynamic effects of oral hydralazine (200-400 mg/d were evaluated in 11 patients with chronic heart failure after short-term (24 h) and long-term (average, 8.3 mo.) therapy. In 7 of 11 patients, hemodynamic changes were evaluated after withdrawal of hydralazine. During early study, cardiac index, stroke volume index, and stroke work index increased by an average of 56, 59, and 68%, respectively, and systemic vascular resistance decreased by 39%.


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