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|Title:||Method of reducing mortality associated with congestive heart failure using hydralazine and isosorbide dinitrate|
|Abstract:||A method of reducing mortality associated with chronic congestive heart failure in a patient with impaired cardiac function and concomitant reduced exercise tolerance, comprising the oral administration to said patient in need of the same of a combination of (a) between about 75 and about 300 milligrams of hydralazine, per day and (b) between about 40 and about 160 milligrams of isosorbide dinitrate, per day.|
|Inventor(s):||Cohn; Jay N. (Minneapolis, MN)|
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