A 55 year old normotensive woman develops mild lower limb swelling.

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A 55 year old normotensive woman develops mild lower limb swelling. There is no history of weight gain or dyspnea on exertion. Examination is unremarkable and there is no history of note. A CXR shows signs of early congestive heart failure. The most appropriate treatment at this stage would be

a) hydrochlorothiazide
b) captopril
c) A loop diuretic
d) warfarin
e) calcium supplements


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