ACE Inhibitors: Who needs Them?

If you have heart failure, your body may mistake poor blood circulation for dehydration and signal your kidneys to retain salt and water. If this happens, an angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor may be used to prevent the hormone angiotensin from constricting blood vessels and raising your blood pressure.
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