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Лерканидипин при артериальной гипертензии

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Лерканидипин – липофильный дигидропиридиновый (ДГП) антагонист кальция (АК) с продолжительным рецепторным периодом полужизни. Замедленное начало действия позволяет предотвратить развитие рефлекторной тахикардии, характерной для других ДГП АК. Лерканидипин обеспечивает равномерный и продолжительный антигипертензивный эффект при приеме 1 раз в сутки. Он обладает эквивалентной антигипертензивной активностью по отношению ко многим другим препаратам, являясь эффективным при монотерапии, так и в комбинации с другими средствами. Эффективность лерканидипина была продемонстрирована у различных возрастных групп пациентов, имеющих дополнительные факторы риска. Лерканидипин хорошо переносится: побочные эффекты, типичные для ДГП АК, возникают в самом начале лечения. На фоне приема лерканидипина частота отеков голеней, приводящих к последующей отмене терапии, ниже, чем при лечении амлодипином и нифедипином-GITS. В доклинических и клинических исследованиях было показано, что лерканидипин обладает антиатеросклеротическим действием и уменьшает гипертрофию левого желудочка. Эффективность и хорошая переносимость лерканидипина делают его препаратом выбора для лечения артериальной гипертензии у различных клинических групп пациентов.

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K. Борджи
Университет Болоньи
Италия

Отдел Клинической медицины и прикладной биотехнологии “Де Кампаначи”

Болонья



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Борджи K. Лерканидипин при артериальной гипертензии. Кардиоваскулярная терапия и профилактика. 2009;8(7):121-129.

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Borghi C. Lercanidipine in arterial hypertension. Cardiovascular Therapy and Prevention. 2009;8(7):121-129. (In Russ.)

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