4/4/2014

Angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, but not angiotensin II receptor blockers, were associated with significant declines in the odds of all-cause mortality, cardiovascular deaths and major CV events in diabetes patients compared with placebo, a study indicated. "ACEIs should be considered as first-line therapy to limit excess mortality and morbidity in this population," researchers wrote in JAMA Internal Medicine.

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