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candesartan n.

candesartan n.

candesartan n.

candesartan n.

Candesartan reduces cardiovascular events in patients on chronic haemodialysis

Effect of candesartan on New York Heart Association functional class Results of the Candesartan in Heart failure: Assessment of Reduction in Mortality and morbidity (CHARM) programme

Fibrillatory rate response to candesartan in persistent atrial fibrillation

Pharmacological aspects of candesartan, an effective AT1-receptor blocker

Feasibility of combined treatment with enalapril and candesartan in advanced chronic kidney disease

Candesartan improves blood pressure control and reduces proteinuria in renal transplant recipients: results from SECRET

Pirfenidone and candesartan ameliorate morphological damage in mild chronic anti-GBM nephritis in rats

Additive renoprotective effect of candesartan and tetrahydrobiopterin in rats after 5/6 nephrectomy

Pulsatile hemodynamic effects of candesartan in patients with chronic heart failure: The CHARM Program

Efficacy and safety of oral candesartan cilexetil in patients with congestive heart failure☆

647 Candesartan cilexitil reduces neurohumoral and proinflammatory activation in patients with severe congestive heart failure

Additive beneficial cardiovascular and metabolic effects of combination therapy with ramipril and candesartan in hypertensive patients†

Candesartan for cardiovascular prevention in Japanese hypertensive patients with coronary heart disease

Patient perception of the effect of treatment with candesartan in heart failure. Results of the Candesartan in Heart failure: Assessment of Reduction in Mortality and morbidity (CHARM) programme

 

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A selective AT1-subtype angiotensin II receptor antagonist used to treat hypertension; marketed as the prodrug candesartan cilexetil which is metabolized by esterases during absorption from the intestine. TNs Amias, Atacand, Blopress, Ratacand.

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