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Old 11-03-2009
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Heart Post MI Medications

A 54 year old man experienced sudden substernal pain with ECG depression. What medication of the following is least likely to decrease post MI mortality?

  • a- aspirin
  • b- propranalol
  • c- nitroglycerine
  • d- enalpril
  • e- simvastatin
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I think nitroglycerine, right?
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I think nitroglycerine, right?
Correct, all others decrease the post MI mortality
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But even nitroglycerine has proved to decrease mortality Post MI !!!
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