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What is the answer?

  1. 1. What is the answer?

    • 0
      A
    • 0
      B
    • 2
      C
    • 0
      D

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I need an answer for this question for my advanced class:

Which medication used int he treatment of heart failure and pulmonary edema reduces preload and afterload?

a. Captopril (Capoten)

b. Digoxin (Lanoxin)

c. Labetolol (Trandate)

d. Mophine Sulfate

I know that A, B, and D all reduce preload AND afterload, but which are used for both HF and PE?

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I guess we can only hope that a bunch of people don't come to this post and pick all the wrong answers just to screw with you.

Because it would be just crazy to pick an answer based on an internet poll. Right?

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Yes it would. I'm searching in the books for an answer, but I can't seem to make a decision. This is just to help me, not to give me the right answer. I'd like to see what others think too. If you don't know then you have no need to reply. Right??? Thanks for your concern though.

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