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Clinical advantages of nicorandil therapy in comparison with isosorbide-5 mononitrate in CHD patients

Bulakhova E. Yu., Korennova O. Yu., Kondrasheva M. N., Kamionko A. O., Stupakova T. F.

Keywords: coronary heart disease, treatment, prognosis

DOI: 10.18087/rhj.2013.2.1752

Relevance. Number of clinical studies showed options of better prognosis for CHD patients due to addition of nicorandil to the standard therapy. Objective. Compare clinical efficiency, tolerance and effect on indices of quality of life of the long-term nicorandil (Pik-Farma, Russia) therapy and isosorbide-5mononitrate (I-5MN) in CHD patients with stable exertional angina of pressure FC III. Materials and methods. 100 patients with CHD, stable angina FC III against standard drug therapy were enrolled to the study, were divided to 2 groups comparable by age and gender. In the first group, treatment was supplemented with nicorandil 10 mg 3 times / day, in group 2 – I-5 MN 50 mg / day. The follow-up period made up 12 months. Dynamics of exercise tolerance, cerebral hemodynamics, erectile function, quality of life and hospitalization rate was assessed. Results. Against spent treatment in both groups will reach a positive effect: rarer occurrence of angina attacks, increase of exercise tolerance. Inclusion of nicorandil to treatment of stable angina has extra benefits in comparison with I-5MN: better exercise tolerance with long-term preservation of the achieved response; improvement of cerebral blood supply indices; improvement of erectile function indices; reduction of adverse effects; fewer hospital admissions; assurance of higher indices of patients’ quality of life. Conclusion. Introduction of nicorandil to the clinical practice is a promising approach in CHD patients.
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