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Treatment produced a positive inotropic effect, improved left ventricular modelling and ejection function (Luo et al 1995). 6% had significantly shortened ventricular late potentials (Shi et al 1991). Angina pectoris Two clinical studies have suggested that astragalus may be an effective treatment for angina pectoris. One study used Doppler echocardiography to study the action of astragalus on left ventricular function in 20 patients with angina pectoris. Treatment resulted in increased cardiac output after 2 weeks, but no improvement in left ventricular diastolic function (Lei et al 1994).