Inspra Coupon - Inspra 25mg tablet


EPLERENONE is used to treat high blood pressure. This medicine is also used to improve symptoms of heart failure. Compare aldosterone antagonists.
Inspra Coupon - Inspra 25mg tablet

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Eplerenone: Best New Thing in Heart Failure?

Dr. Sharon Orrange - September 03, 2013

Less than half of folks diagnosed with heart failure today will be alive in 5 years. Those numbers are worse than most cancers. Management of symptoms and improving quality of life and survival with medications has been the promise, and beta blockers and ace inhibitors have delivered on this promise. But, the last few years brought a new player which showed such impressive results that a 2010 study was stopped early. See More

Nighttime Leg Cramps: Meds That Hurt, Meds That Help

Dr. Sharon Orrange - May 02, 2012

Nocturnal leg cramps are a common cause of pain in the legs that can disrupt sleep. They are present in nearly 50 percent of those over the age of 50. Leg cramps are characterized by sudden muscle tightness, most commonly in the foot, thigh, or calf, that may last from seconds to minutes. Forceful stretching of the affected muscles usually relieves these leg cramps. For some reason, the vast majority of people have these cramps only at night. See More

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