The case of a 68 year old man in whom hydrochlorothiazide induced pulmonary oedema with hypovolaemic shock is presented. The condition was misdiagnosed as myocardial infarction until an early echocardiogram excluded a cardiac cause. The diagnosis was confirmed by an oral challenge.
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