Watch for Errors With Nonstandard Heart Failure Meds

We're getting questions about how to manage heart failure when standard meds aren't enough.

Heart failure is usually treated with an ACE inhibitor (lisinopril, etc) or ARB (losartan, etc), beta-blocker (carvedilol, etc), and aldosterone antagonist (spironolactone, etc).

But other meds may be used if patients still have symptoms on optimized therapies.

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