Basic Information On Sular
Sular belongs to di-hydropyridine class of drugs. The drug is a CCB (that is calcium channel blockers). It is also referred to as antagonist of calcium channel. It is potent vasodilator of the arteries. It is used as an anti-hypertensive agent for treating hypertension. The drug is proved to be effective for patients with angina or cardiac failure. The drug acts by inhibiting or blocking the calcium movement (influx) from extra-cellular space to intra-cellular space. Calcium induces contraction of muscles after it enters the cells. Brand or generic Sular inhibits this action of the calcium. Thus, the drug helps in relaxing the muscles. It acts on the myocardial smooth-muscles and dilates the systemic and coronary arteries. This increases the oxygen supply, decreases the blood pressure, peripheral resistance and after-load.
Precautions / Side Effects Of Sular
Serious side effects of Sular are chest pain, swelling in the ankles/legs, pounding heartbeat and feeling like fainting. Get medical help if you experience the serious side effects. Common side effects are headache, dizziness, nausea, sore throat, stuffy nose, mild skin rashes and tingly feeling/ reddening/ warmth under the skin. Inform your doctor if you have these common side effects. The drug also causes allergic reactions like hives, swelling in lips, face, throat or tongue and difficulty in breathing. If you have allergic reactions with Nisoldipine then get medical help.
Before starting the treatment with brand or generic Sular, let your doctor know if you have any medical condition(s). These may include cirrhosis (or liver failure/ disease), congestive heart failure or any allergies. If you are allergic or hyper-sensitive to any of the drug’s components then avoid the drug. Also let your doctor know if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Nisoldipine may cause hypotension. It is not recommended in patients with heart-failure.
The treatment with Sular is initiated with a recommended dose of 20 mg which is administered orally. The drug is taken once daily. If the blood pressure is not controlled as desired then the dose may be increased. The dose is increased on a weekly basis by 10 mg only. The maximum dose for a day is recommended to be 60 mg; doses more than 60 mg should not be administered. The maintenance dosage is usually considered to be 20 mg to 40 mg to be administered once daily. Sular drug should be administered with caution in geriatric patients (patients above 65 years of age) and patients with liver impairments.
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