Vasodilators Used in Cardiac Diseases
- Vasodilators Used in Cardiac Diseases
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Drug Drug Description Nitroglycerin A nitrate vasodilator used to treat or prevent angina, treat hypertension, control heart failure in myocardial infarction, and to induce hypotension intraoperatively. Isosorbide dinitrate A vasodilator used to treat angina in coronary artery disease. Isosorbide mononitrate A nitrate used to prevent and treat angina and to treat angina caused by coronary artery disease. Erythrityl tetranitrate For the prevention of angina. Prenylamine Prenylamine was withdrawn from the Canadian, US, and UK markets in 1988 due to concerns regarding cardiac arrhythmias. Nesiritide A recombinant natriuretic peptide used for the treatment of patients with acutely decompensated congestive heart failure who have dyspnea at rest or with minimal activity. Serelaxin Investigated for use/treatment in cardiovascular disorders, congestive heart failure, infertility, peripheral vascular disease, and scleroderma. Pentaerythritol tetranitrate Used for the treatment of angina pectoris . Nicorandil A vasodilatory drug that functions through potassium channels and intracellular cGMP concentrations commonly used to treat angina. Molsidomine A long-acting vasodilator used to treat angina pectoris, including in association with left heart failure and acute myocardial infarction. Trapidil Used in the treatment of chronic stable angina . Imolamine Imolamine is indicated for the treatment of angina pectoris. The hydrochloride form is used as a local anesthetic. Flosequinan Flosequinan was approved in the USA and the UK for a year prior to being withdrawn from the market due to increased mortality in chronic heart failure patients, found in... Propatyl nitrate Not Annotated Hexobendine Hexobendine is a medication used to cause vasodilation, to treat several conditions including angina pectoris. It has not been approved in the United States or the United Kingdom, but has... Benziodarone Benziodarone is a uricostatic and a uricosuric agent which is sold also under the name Amplivex-Labaz. It is used in the treatment of gout . It was withdrawn from France... Carbocromen Carbocromen was marketed for use in Germany as a vasodilator, however, it has been discontinued due to the risk of arrhythmia development . Cloridarol Cloridarol is an experimental medication in the treatment of heart disease, which acts through vasodilation. It was studied for the treatment of coronary insufficiency in Italy in the 1970s . Efloxate Not Annotated Cinepazet Not Annotated Oxyfedrine Not Annotated Linsidomine Not Annotated Methylpropylpropanediol dinitrate Not Annotated Heptaminol A cardiac stimulant and vasodilator indicated in the treatment of hemorrhoids and venolymphatic insufficiency. Aminoethyl nitrate Not Annotated Tenitramine Not Annotated Dilazep Not Annotated Trolnitrate Not Annotated Etafenone Etafenone is a vasodilator.
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