Amlodipine is a drug that is used for treating high blood pressure, certain types of angina, and coronary heart failure. The drug works by slowing down the rate at which calcium moves to your heart and blood vessel walls, allowing better blood flow.
Valsartan is licensed to treat high blood pressure and congestive heart failure, as well as to improve survival following a heart attack. It causes blood vessels to relax, which can lower blood pressure and increase the heart's efficiency. These effects can decrease the risks seen with long-term hypertension, as well as decrease hospitalizations and loss of life with CHF.
The news contraindicates, both meds are for prevention of heart faliure, however your doc./pharmacist could give you more professional information, hope this helps?
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