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PULMONARY ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION
Pulmonary arterial hypertension is a syndrome resulting from restricted flow through the pulmonary arterial circulation resulting in increased pulmonary vascular resistance and ultimately leading to right heart failure.
It is a part of the spectrum of pulmonary hypertension, which is hemodynamic and pathophysiological condition defined as an increase in mean pulmonary arterial pressure ≥25 mmHg at rest.
Typical symptoms include progressive dyspnea on exertion, palpitations, fatigue, weakness, angina, syncope and abdominal distention.

Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Drug Information

Drug Information

Indication: Substitution treatment of essential HTN &/or stable CAD in patients already controlled w/ perindopril &...

Azoren
amlodipine besylate + olmesartan medoxomil

Indication: Essential HTN in patient whose BP is inadequately controlled on olmesartan medoxomil or amlodipine monotherapy...

Indication: 1st line treatment of HTN & myocardial ischemia whether due to fixed obstruction (stable angina) &/or ...

Indication: Pulmonary arterial HTN (PAH) in patients of WHO functional class II-IV.

Indication: Long-term treatment of pulmonary arterial HTN (PAH) in adult patients w/ WHO functional class II-III, includin...

Indication: HTN, vasospastic (Prinzmetal's or variant angina) or chronic stable angina.

Indication: 1st-line treatment of HTN & myocardial ischaemia. Monotherapy or in combination w/ other antianginal drugs...

Indication: HTN. 1st-line treatment of myocardial ischemia in fixed obstruction (stable angina) &/or vasoconstriction/...

Indication: 1st-line treatment for HTN as monotherapy or combination w/ other antihypertensive agents; myocardial ischemia...

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