Vardenafil: A Viewpoint by Hartmut Porst

Porst, H.
February 2002
Drugs & Aging;2002, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p228
Academic Journal
Focuses on pharmacodynamic properties of vardenafil. Specificity for phosphodiesterase 5; Tolerability of vardenafil.


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