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1996  
1
Short acting dihydropyridine (vasodilating) calcium channel blockers for hypertension: is there a risk?
[8620133] BMJ 312(7039): 1143-5 (1996)
2001  
2
Epidemiologic review of the calcium channel blocker drugs. An up-to-date perspective on the proposed hazards.
[11343438] Arch Intern Med 161(9): 1145-58 (2001)
1997  
3
Calcium channel blockers: an evidence-based review.
[9284842] Can J Cardiol 13(8): 757-66 (1997)
2004  
4
Pharmacodynamic, pharmacokinetic and clinical effects of clevidipine, an ultrashort-acting calcium antagonist for rapid blood pressure control.
[15492770] Cardiovasc Drug Rev 22(3): 227-50 (2004)
2001  
5
Norbormide: a calcium entry blocker with selective vasoconstrictor activity in rat peripheral arteries.
[11607040] Cardiovasc Drug Rev 19(3): 226-33 (2001)
2001  
6
Pranidipine, a 1,4-dihydropyridine calcium channel blocker that enhances nitric oxide-induced vascular relaxation.
[11314598] Cardiovasc Drug Rev 19(1): 1-8 (2001)
2001  
7
AH-1058: a novel cardioselective Ca2+ channel blocker.
[11830748] Cardiovasc Drug Rev 19(4): 279-96 (2001)
2009  
8
Cilnidipine: a new generation Ca channel blocker with inhibitory action on sympathetic neurotransmitter release.
[19426250] Cardiovasc Ther 27(2): 124-39 (2009)
1986  
9
The mechanism of action of calcium antagonists relative to their clinical applications.
[3530295] Br J Clin Pharmacol 21 Suppl 2(-): 109S-121S (1986)
1986  
10
Calcium antagonists and their mode of action: an historical overview.
[3019374] Br J Clin Pharmacol 21 Suppl 2(-): 97S-107S (1986)
1992  
11
The diuretic effect of calcium entry blockade in normals and hypertensive patients.
[1412440] Tohoku J Exp Med 166(1): 135-46 (1992)
1992  
12
Molecular biology of the calcium antagonist receptor.
[1309719] Hypertension 19(1): 19-24 (1992)
1999  
13
Cardiovascular and renal risks of calcium-channel blockers--news from the HOT study.
[10069174] Nephrol Dial Transplant 14(2): 286-7 (1999)
1998  
14
Calcium channel blockers in diabetic nephropathy--is there life after the ABCD trial?
[9719142] Nephrol Dial Transplant 13(8): 1930-2; discussion 1932-3 (1998)
1997  
15
Preservation of renal function: the spectrum of effects by calcium-channel blockers.
[9394306] Nephrol Dial Transplant 12(11): 2244-50 (1997)
2003  
16
Adult toxicology in critical care: Part II: specific poisonings.
[12628894] Chest 123(3): 897-922 (2003)

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