3. Which of the following scenarios would be a good indication for ranolazine use in a patient with persistent anginal symptoms?

A. A patient with angina taking aspirin, a beta-blocker (heart rate 60 beats per minute), a calcium channel blocker and long acting nitrates.

B. A patient with angina taking aspirin, a beta-blocker (heart rate 80 beats per minute), a calcium channel blocker and long acting nitrates.

C. A patient with angina taking aspirin, a beta-blocker (heart rate 60 beats per minute), and long acting nitrates.

D. A patient with angina taking aspirin, a beta-blocker (heart rate 60 beats per minute) and a calcium channel blocker.

E. A patient with angina taking aspirin and a beta-blocker (heart rate 80 beats per minute) 

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