Heart disease kills more than 600,000 individuals in the United States each year. Hypertension and congestive cardiac failure may be treated with the prescription drug lisinopril, which is reasonably affordable. Additionally, it may boost the likelihood of survival following a heart attack. Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors include lisinopril. Angiotensin II, for example, is an enzyme that helps arteries constrict, increasing blood pressure and a more significant workload for the heart. ACE inhibitors make these enzymes work less well, which lowers blood pressure. ACE inhibitors also aid illnesses such as heart failure by reducing the heart’s pumping effort.

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