Drug "Concor Cor": features of use
Description and composition of the drug
Concor Cor is a drug that has antianginal, hypotensive and antiarrhythmic effects. The active ingredient contains bisoprolol fumarate, colloidal silicon dioxide, microcrystalline cellulose, crospovidone, corn starch, titanium oxide, dimethicone 100, magnesium stearate, calcium phosphate, ferric oxide, macrogol 400 and several other microelements as auxiliary ingredients.
List of indications for use
Concor Cor is prescribed most often to patients suffering from moderate or severe chronic heart failure who have been in a stable condition for the last six to seven weeks. At the same time, it is not recommended to radically change the previous treatment for at least ten to fourteen days before taking the drug.In such cases, the tool "Concor Cor" is used in combination with a diuretic, an ACE inhibitor or cardiac glycoside.In addition, this medicine is actively used in ischemic heart disease and arterial hypertension in order to prevent attacks of angina pectoris.
List of contraindications
The drug "Concor Cor" is not recommended for use with individual intolerance of its components, as well as any other beta-blockers, with acute and chronic heart failure, which is in the stage of decompensation, with sinoatrial blockade, collapse, Raynaud's disease, severe forms of bronchial asthma and metabolic acidosis . In addition, this drug should not be used for cardiogenic shock, atrioventricular block, thyrotoxicosis, weakness of the sinus node, diabetes, bradycardia, systolic blood pressure, pheochromocytoma, myasthenia, peripheral circulatory disorders and obstructive pulmonary disease. With great care, use the drug "Concor Cor" with hepaticor renal failure, Prinzmetal angina pectoris, depression and psoriasis.Patients older than sixty years, it is recommended to use the tool only under the constant supervision of the attending physician. The use of this drug in pregnant women is possible only in cases where the benefits to the expectant mother significantly exceed the possible risk to the child.
While taking this drug, a small number of patients may experience adverse reactions such as headache, sleep disturbances, bradycardia, orthostatic or arterial hypotension, angiospasms, fatigue, asthenia, decreased tearing, visual disturbances, conjunctivitis, allergic rhinitis, bronchospasm, vomiting, nausea, constipation, diarrhea, muscle weakness, arthralgia, pruritus, alopecia, sweating, and impaired potency. As a rule, all these phenomena are temporary and completely disappear within one to two weeks after the start of the use of a drug such as Concor Cor.