More on stings and ACE inhibitors

Published: July, 2006

A review of the safety of ACE inhibitors for people who are allergic to bee and other kinds of insect stings was published in the April 2006 issue of the Annals of Pharmacotherapy.

The authors—Janice L. Stumpf, Nadine Shehab, and Anish C. Patel—searched through medical journals and found accounts of three cases of problems with ACE inhibitors.

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