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Lowering nocturnal urine production and enabling patients to void consistently at capacity may ease nocturia in men with low bladder capacity.
In a study, heart failure was nearly twice as likely to develop among ADT recipients compared with non-recipients.
For men with nocturnal polyuria, the rate of urine production dropped off as the night progressed.
In a study, older men with difficulty walking or climbing stairs reported better physical function after testosterone therapy.
In a Canadian study of patients who experienced AKI during hospitalization, treatment with an ACEI or ARB within 6 months of discharge was associated with a 15% lower risk for death after 2 years.
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