Use this link for 5% off at iHerb.
Please support this website by using the advertiser and affiliate links.
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
Home iHerb LEF at Amazon Amazon.com Contact
 Sign-up for newsletter 
 Newsletter Archive
 Newsletter via RSS Feed
 Research on Supplements
 Health Conditions
 Anti-aging Recommendations
 Insulin and Aging
 QualityCounts.com in Time
 Longevity Affiliates:
 Vitamin Shoppe

Home > Health Conditions > Hypertension > Entresto (sacubitril/valsartan)

Entresto (sacubitril/valsartan)

Related Topics:

News & Research:

  • Sacubitril/Valsartan Benefits Extend to HF With Mildly Reduced EF - Medscape, 11/17/19 - "Further analyses of the PARADIGM and PARAGON heart failure trials of sacubitril/valsartan (Entresto, Novartis) appear to show that the benefits of the drug combination established in patients with low ejection fraction (EF) appear to extend to patients with mildly reduced EF, and to a higher EF range in women than men ... When the results were examined according to baseline EF, women showed a benefit of sacubitril/valsartan across the range of EFs up to about 65%. But in men, the benefit was attenuated at around 55%"
  • Entresto Sales See Slow and Steady Upturn - Medscape, 10/25/19 - "Despite narrowly missing its primary end point of heart failure (HF) hospitalization or cardiac deaths among patients with HF and preserved ejection fraction in PARAGON-HF, subgroup analyses in patients with an ejection fraction up to 57% and women showed significant benefits"
  • PROVE-HF Cracks the 'Holy Grail' of Cardiac Remodeling in HFrEF - Medscape, 10/7/19 - 14 minute video on Entresto to improve for low ejection fraction. - "For the group as a whole, by 6 months we saw an average 5.2% increase in the EF, and by 1 year a 9.5% rise in the EF."
  • Is Sacubitril/Valsartan (Also) an Antiarrhythmic Drug? - Medscape, 10/8/18 - "No randomized ICD trials have been performed yet in patients receiving sacubitril/valsartan, but it is reasonable to assume that, as new therapies improve overall survival and reduce sudden death, the additional survival benefit provided by an ICD will become narrower. In this new era of HF management, we may need to reassess the role of ICDs in primary prevention for patients with HF in the context of angiotensin receptor neprilysin inhibitor therapy added to β-blockers and mineralocorticoid receptor antagonists, especially if evidence continues to suggest antiarrhythmic effects of sacubitril/valsartan"
  • Shock and Awe: Sacubitril/Valsartan for Severe HF Safely Started in ICU in Early Cases - Medscape, 9/17/19 - "When they left the ICU, on average they had a significant improvement"
  • Sex, Intimacy Improved on Sacubitril/Valsartan in Heart Failure - Medscape, 4/10/18 - "Improvements over 36 months were most pronounced in domains that reflected being able to work, do household chores or recreational activities, climb stairs, and have intimate and sexual relationships ... It's kind of saying these patients are feeling as if they are 9 years younger"
    • 10 Things to Know About New Heart Failure Med Entresto - goodrx.com - "Sacubitril is the newer half of Entresto. Bear with me for some details. Inhibiting neprilysin raises levels of several peptides (small proteins) that have beneficial effects on blood flow in patients with HF. Remember that low cardiac output (low blood flow because the heart can’t squeeze well) is the main problem in heart failure. Saccubitril, the neprilysin inhibitor in Entresto, improves blood flow to the kidneys and improves removal of fluid (diuresis), among other things."
    • Entresto: Are You Ready To Trade Heart Failure For Alzheimer’s? - The Daily Health, 11/16/16 - "One of the key ingredients in Entresto – known as sacubitril – prevents the enzyme that breaks down amyloid beta plaques from doing its job. If these amyloid beta plaques are not broken down properly they can accumulate in our brains and can cause dementia and Alzheimer’s ... So while Entresto promises to be a silver bullet for your heart, it could also be a bullet through your brain!"