ERICA: Efficacy of Ranolazine In Chronic Angina


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ERICA Background and hypothesis ERICA: Study design ERICA: Concomitant medications ERICA: Ranolazine reduces angina frequency and nitrate consumption ERICA: Consistent treatment effect regardless of gender, age, and concomitant long-acting nitrates ERICA subgroup analyses: Frequency of angina ERICA: No significant effect on heart rate or BP ERICA: Safety and tolerability ERICA: Summary Implications


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