Blood pressure drug could improve walking ability

02/7/2013 | United Press International

Australian researchers reported that patients with peripheral artery disease who were given an ACE inhibitor experienced an average 75-second increase in pain-free walking and could walk 255 seconds longer. The study suggests that the medication for high blood pressure could improve the walking ability of those with narrowed arteries in the limbs.

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