While reviewing home medications with a patient that has Marfans Syndrome, you expect the patient to be taking which kind of medication?

 

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- Ace Inhibitors

- Anti-Marfan medication

- Vasopressers

- Anticoagulation medication

Rationale

Patients with Marfans Syndrome are at risk for an enlarged aorta and need to take blood pressure lowering medications to prevent further enlarging the aorta. They can take Ace inhibitors, Beta blockers, and/or calcium channel blockers.

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