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Enalapril, a medication belonging to the class of drugs called ACE inhibitors, is licensed to treat high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, and left ventricular dysfunction. Enalapril works by blocking the angiotensin-converting enzyme, causing blood vessels to relax, which can lower blood pressure. Enalapril comes in tablet form and is generally taken once or twice per day. Possible side effects of enalapril may include cough, headache, and fatigue.
(Click Enalapril for more information about this medication used to treat high blood pressure, symptoms of chronic heart failure, and left ventricular dysfunction.)
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