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Some Blood Pressure Meds May Increase COVID-19 Risk

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Some Blood Pressure Meds May Increase COVID-19 Risk

Some Blood Pressure Meds May Increase COVID-19 Risk

COVID-19 may interact with blood pressure medications and heart conditions.

According to a new study, the virus may cause cardiac complications like irregular heartbeat and cardiac arrest.

Data also shows evidence that drugs used to treat heart conditions might worsen the virus's effects in some people.

The potential interaction poses a challenge for physicians managing patients at higher risk for severe illness with the virus.

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