Pharmacology – MCQ 37 – Drugs which increase Nitric Oxide

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Drugs which increase Nitric Oxide are all except
a) Glycerine trinitrate
b) Hydralazine
c) Sodium Nitroprusside
d) Fenoldopam

Correct answer : d) Fenoldopam

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