Cardiovascular disease

Heart failure after heart attack

Top Medications for Heart failure after heart attack according to our users

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  • Altace
    (ramipril)
    Prescription only

    Altace (ramipril) is a good blood pressure-lowering medicine that protects your kidney function. It's also a good option if you have trouble swallowing pills since you can open the capsules.

    • Available dosage forms:
    • Pill
  • Captopril
    Prescription only

    Captopril is a good blood pressure-lowering medicine that protects kidney function, but you have to take it on an empty stomach.

    • Available dosage forms:
    • Pill
  • Coreg
    (carvedilol)
    Prescription only

    Coreg (Carvedilol) is good for controlling chest pain and treating heart failure and heart attack. You have to take it with food, and you can't miss doses.

    • Available dosage forms:
    • Pill
    • Extended release
  • Nitrostat
    (nitroglycerin)
    Prescription only

    Nitroglycerin is the fastest-working medicine to relieve chest pain, but make sure to sit down before taking it.

    Was it worth it?
    Men
    48%
    Women
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    • Available dosage forms:
    • Dissolving tablet
    • Pill
    • Extended release
    • Patch
    • Mouth spray
    • Cream, gel, or ointment
    • Rectal gel or ointment

Medication side effects for Heart failure after heart attack

These are some of the most common side effects from clinical trials for Dizziness.

  • Altace: 4%
  • Coreg: 32%
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At this end, no one is expected to have Dizziness

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At this end, almost everyone is expected to have Dizziness

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