Cardiovascular effects of alinidine and propranolol alone and in combination with hydralazine in normal man

British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
D P NichollsR G Shanks

Abstract

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Citations

Nov 3, 2005·Nature Clinical Practice. Cardiovascular Medicine·Shamil Yusuf, A John Camm
Oct 28, 2005·Clinical Cardiology·David Spodick
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Jun 17, 2003·Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics·Shamil Yusuf, A John Camm
Aug 1, 1984·British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology·D P NichollsR G Shanks
Jul 21, 2005·Clinical Cardiology·Shamil Yusuf, A John Camm

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