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August 2011 Br J Cardiol 2011;18:179

Ranolazine in the management of chronic stable angina

Khalid Khan, Matthew Jones 

Abstract

Introduction Coronary heart disease (CHD) remains the major cause of death throughout European and other developed countries. While death rates have been consistently falling, rates in the UK remain relatively high compared to some Western European countries. The commonest clinical presentation of CHD is angina pectoris. Angina incidence rates generally increase with age and are highest in the 65−74 years age group in both men and women. The prevalence of angina is estimated to be 5% in men and 4% in women in the UK, giving a total of nearly 2.1 million (>1.2 million <75 years of age) with the condition.1 It is therefore a common dise

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May 2010 Br J Cardiol 2010;17:s3-s5

Comparative ARB pharmacology

Peter Meredith

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