Hello Paul, how are you?
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Essentially, diuretics relieve edema and excess fluid. They do not remodel the ventricle.
For this, you need beta blockers and ACE inhibitors as tolerated. This can actually improve the heart muscle.
Currently, your regimen is missing the ACE inhibitor medication.
Unless your cardiologist has found some contraindication.
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Sorry forgot to put one 125 microgram Digoxin daily. What are ACE inhibitors ?