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In small studies, zofenopril appeared significantly more effective in reducing hypertension than two older antihypertensive drugs, atenolol and enalapril, and was associated with fewer adverse effects.
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- Nilsson P (October 2007). "Antihypertensive efficacy of zofenopril compared with atenolol in patients with mild to moderate hypertension". Blood Press Suppl. 2: 25–30. PMID 18046976.
- Mallion JM (October 2007). "An evaluation of the initial and long-term antihypertensive efficacy of zofenopril compared with enalapril in mild to moderate hypertension". Blood Press Suppl. 2: 13–8. PMID 18046974.
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