One of your patients has chronic high blood pressure. You decide to treat the patients by administering an ACE (angiotensin-converting enzyme)...
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One of your patients has chronic high blood pressure. You decide to treat the patients by administering an ACE

(angiotensin-converting enzyme) inhibitor. What effect would this drug have on the system to lower blood pressure?


a.    It will result in vasocontraction and exertion of more water by the kidney

b.    It will result in vasodilation and excretion of more water by the kidney

c.    It will result in sodium retention and potassium excretion

d.    It will result in a reduction in cardiac output and vasoconstriction 

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