Left Ventricular Dysfunction

LVD,Left Ventricular Dysfunction

Left Ventricular Dysfunction - LVD
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    • Left ventricular dysfunction is the most common cause of congestive heart failure. Thus, treating or preventing left ventricular dysfunction represents an important therapeutic goal. The use of calcium antagonists in the treatment of left ventricular dysfunction or congestive heart failure has been proposed for many years now, mainly because of their potent vasodilatory effect. However, despite the theoretical basis, the results of studies exploring the possible use of calcium antagonists in this setting have not been at all encouraging...

    S. Iliceto. Left ventricular dysfunction: which role for calcium antagonists?

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