Category: Chest Pain (Angina)

Ivabradine Overview

Ivabradine, sold under the brand name Procoralan among others, is a medication used for the symptomatic management of stable heart-related chest pain and heart failure not fully managed by beta blockers.[1] Ivabradine acts by allowing negative chronotropy in the sinoatrial structure thus reducing the heart rate via specific inhibition of the pacemaker current, a mechanism different from that of beta blockers and calcium channel blockers, two commonly prescribed antianginal cla...

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Inapure 5

Dear Sir/Madam, My mother is a heart patient. Her age is 58. As per the doctor advice she is taking inapure 5 along with Ecosprine 150 and nitrolong 2.6. After taking 4 month she stopped the inapure 5. After 4 days she suddenly feel pain in her chest. So should we continue the inapure 5. ## What has her doctor advised? Did he tell her to stop the Inapure? It contains the active ingredient Ivabradine, which is a cardiotonic medication that's commonly used to treat angina. These medications aren't usually safe to stop abruptly, because it can cause the types of symptoms your mother has experienced.


I want the composition of IVABRAD ## Ivabrad contains the active ingredient Ivabradine, it is commonly used to treat stable forms of Angina Pectoris. Its side effects can include: headache, slow heart rate, Luminous phenomenon and dizziness. More details: Is there anything else I can help with?


Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

  • Solution: 5mg/5ml, 5mg/5ml (1mg/ml)
  • Tablet: 5mg, 7.5mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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