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Health Topics. ... and toddlers. An alternate way to cover the tube is to use an ACE wrap or stretchy gauze over it. Most children ...
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Health Topics. ... scared. We usually place an Ace wrap over the pin sites, which can be replaced with a bandage the next day. ...
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Health Topics. ... Sometimes medicines to lower the blood pressure like an ACE inhibitor (Captopril), or more recently, beta blockers (Propranolol) are ...
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Health Topics. ... left-to-right shunts in infants include diuretics such as Lasix (furosemide) and angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors such ...
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