ACE inhibitors and diuretics can prevent recurrent stroke

Exciting new evidence suggests that ACE inhibitors and diuretics can prevent recurrent stroke...even in patients who DON'T have high blood pressure.

Currently antihypertensive drugs are used only in stroke patients who have high blood pressure.

But Coversyl (perindopril) with or without Lozide (indapamide) reduces the risk of recurrent stroke up to 50%...regardless of whether the patient has high blood pressure or not.

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