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which of following is most appropriate drug to use for the pt described in parenthesis?

1) captopril--->60 yr old woman with diabetic nephropathy

2) nitroprusside ----> 50 yr old man with mild HTN

3)milrinone--->57 yr old pt with chronic CHF

4)losartan--->29 yr pregnant woman
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Captopril for fiabeti nephropathy
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Captopril for fiabeti nephropathy

ACE inhibitors like captopril are good drugs for diabetic nephropathy..
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1 ACEI save diabetic kidneys!!!
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