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AMAZE

A Multi-centre Trial Using ATACAND-ZESTRIL vs ZESTRIL to Evaluate the Effects on Lowering Blood Pressure. A clinical trial assessing the safety and tolerability of adding candesartan cilexetil to lisinopril rather than up-titrating lisinopril in hypertensive patients.
Conclusion For hypertensive patients not controlled by lisinopril (20 mg once daily), addition of candesartan (32 mg once daily) or doubling the dose of lisinopril provides safe, additional reduction of blood pressure.
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Now, when I saw Joe open his blue eyes and roll them all round the kitchen in helpless amazement, I was overtaken by penitence; but only as regarded him - not in the least as regarded the other two.
He experienced a thrill of amazement when he came within view of a battery in action.
The front door was open, so we rushed in and hurried from room to room to the amazement of a doddering old manservant, who met us in the passage.
I rose to my feet, stared at him for some seconds in utter amazement, and then it appears that I must have fainted for the first and the last time in my life.
As with a whisk her short skirts vanished into the darkness, the two spectators--Miss Bertha and Miss Monica Williams--sat looking at each other in speechless amazement.
For a time the shaggy man gazed upon all this luxury with silent amazement.
The man looked at me in surly amazement, and answered:
To my unutterable amazement, not the faintest gleam of recognition appeared in her face.
Walking on tiptoe round the bushes, he stood in amazement to see two men bounding about on their heads, while they played, the one a viol and the other a pipe, as merrily and as truly as though they were seated in a choir.
First of all sweet, fragrant wine ran streaming throughout all the black ship and a heavenly smell arose, so that all the seamen were seized with amazement when they saw it.
To my amazement, however, Mercy sides with my aunt.
Poor Pinocchio ran to the fireplace where the pot was boiling and stretched out his hand to take the cover off, but to his amazement the pot was only painted