Adverse Effects of Drugs I

Cardiovascular System

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Ticagrelor induced cough


Angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor induced cough


Metoprolol induced bronchospasm


Pulmonary edema


Community acquired pneumonia


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