ACE inhibitor

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Synonyms for ACE inhibitor

an antihypertensive drug that blocks the formation of angiotensin II in the kidney, leading to relaxation of the arteries

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To elucidate the mechanisms involved in the cardioprotective effects of AJLE, we analyzed the inflammatory cytokines levels of AJLE treatment in ISP-induced cardiac injury.
9] Parsons M, Young L, Lee JE, Jacobson KA, Liang BT Distinct cardioprotective effects of adenosine mediated by differential coupling of receptor subtypes to phospholipases C and D.
Insulin administered at reoxygenation exerts a cardioprotective effect in myocytes by a possible antiapoptotic mechanism.
Que manifests a wide range of beneficial biological activites and can mediate cardioprotective effects (7,23).
However, it is not possible to observe cardioprotective effects of HDL-C if only nonHDL-C is evaluated.
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Study of potential cardioprotective effects of Ganoderma lucidum (Lingzhi): results of a controlled human intervention trial.
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A growing body of evidence also suggests that soy isoflavones exert cardioprotective effects to improve blood lipid profiles--another reason to accept isoflavones as an option in the creation of products that will allow the active lives of today's women to continue into the future.
These cardioprotective effects have been associated with less myocardial injury and shorter intensive care unit (ICU) stay after coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) surgery.
While perhaps not sufficient to make practice recommendations, he did say the results are strong enough to prompt clinical trials, especially when viewed in the context of the growing body of evidence about metformin's cardioprotective effects.
1997) have demonstrated that alcohol exerts its cardioprotective effects in part by inducing preconditioning-like mechanisms.
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