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SAVECardiology A clinical trial–Survival and Ventricular Enlargement which evaluated antihypertensive therapy with captopril, an ACE inhibitor, on Pts with left ventricular dysfunction post MI. See ACE inhibitor, Acute myocardial infarction, Captopril.
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Q. Save my husband. My husband was diagnosed with Bipolar disorder in 2001 but in 2003 traumatic events happened in our life due to a house fire, my husband was manic round the clock to the point where he was going to do harm to himself or someone else. I begged his doctor to institutionalize him to regulate his meds and to help him to deal with the traumatic thing that happened to us. But my doctor refused saying he couldn't do it against his will. No one would listen to my begging. Please help my husband. My husband ended up doing something that caused him to be in prison today, still not getting help. Is there anything I can do to help my husband to go to a place that will help him rather than making his mental state worse?
Stay strong and try to help him get the help he needs... Protect yourself in the meantime.
Q. Can this treatment save my brother? my brother is bipolar and is in a dangerous mania level. He is in hospital from last fortnight and on regular checkup and medicines of all sort, and nothing is benefiting him…….this seems serious to me and doctor has told that he will try with ECT soon. What kind of medicine is this? Can this treatment save my brother?
Q. Please help me to save my best friend. My best friend who is 30 yrs was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder several years ago. She was immediately put on medication, but I didn't see a major change in her personality for a long time. About 2 months ago she started a new medication, soon after I noticed that her personality was different. She calls me rarely and seems to have lost her sense of humor. She is a shadow of her former self. I want to support her, but I am hurt that I can't seem to connect with her anymore. Our conversations are strained and she seems very annoyed with me, overall as though she wishes I would just "go away". Any advice or thoughts on this are much appreciated. So please understand!