... heart failure be taking the medication drugs BISOPROLOL and SPIRONOLACTONE
24 Jul 2009
The patients Doctor must be aware of his medical condition. Certainly the Bisoprolol needs to be used with caution in patients with heart failure. Both medicines need to be used carefully in those with one failing kidney. He will need to be monitored carefully and have dosages of medicine adjusted accordingly.
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