Look for Potential Med Culprits in Angioedema

You’ll be asked how to manage drug-induced angioedema.

This localized swelling often affects the face, tongue, or larynx...and sometimes the lower GI tract.

Be familiar with potential offenders, such as ACEIs...ARBs...calcium channel blockers...and many NSAIDS.

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