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Agents for pulmonary hypertension

What are Agents for pulmonary hypertension?

Agents for pulmonary hypertension are drugs that reduce blood pressure in the lungs.

Pulmonary hypertension can occur after severe and recurrent pulmonary thromboembolism, which may be induced while on other medications or it can occur due to cardiopulmonary disease. Pulmonary hypertension usually progresses to increasing breathlessness and right-sided heart failure.

Agents used to treat pulmonary hypertension act by different mechanisms to reduce pulmonary arterial blood pressure.

List of Agents for pulmonary hypertension:

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Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
Uptravi (Pro)
Generic name: selexipag
22 reviews
Tyvaso (Pro)
Generic name: treprostinil
12 reviews
Letairis (Pro)
Generic name: ambrisentan
10 reviews
Revatio (Pro)
Generic name: sildenafil
9 reviews
Opsumit (Pro)
Generic name: macitentan
7 reviews
Adcirca (Pro)
Generic name: tadalafil
7 reviews
Tracleer (Pro)
Generic name: bosentan
5 reviews
Remodulin (Pro)
Generic name: treprostinil
4 reviews
Flolan (Pro)
Generic name: epoprostenol
2 reviews
Veletri (Pro)
Generic name: epoprostenol
1 review
Ventavis (Pro)
Generic name: iloprost
No reviews
Alyq (Pro)
Generic name: tadalafil
No reviews
For ratings, users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use (1 = not effective, 10 = most effective).

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Medical conditions associated with agents for pulmonary hypertension:

Further information

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