Ask the Doctors April 2007 Issue

Ask The Doctors: 04/07

My husband has high blood pressure. His cardiologist switched him from a beta blocker to an ACE inhibitor because his pulse readings were below 50. Since the switch, his blood pressure readings have averaged 160/88 compared with 125/75 on the beta-blocker. What should we do next?

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