Heart, Cardiac and Vascular care
Heart and CVS medicines from Japan: Overview
In Japan, there are a large number of medicines to support the cardiovascular system. Heart drugs in Japan are used to effectively treat a variety of heart diseases (in alphabet order):
- arrhythmia (Cibenol)
- arteriosclerosis, cholesterol (Juvela)
- vegetative dystonia (Tocopherol Nicotinate)
- hypertension, angina pectoris (Amlodipine, Selara)
- hypotension, low pressure (Amesinium Methylsulfate)
- dyslipidemia, hyperlipidemia (Parmodia)
- heart failure and heart defects (Ubikarenon, Inosine, Celara)
- tachycardia (Cybenol)
- thrombosis, embolism (Warfarin)
All of the above medicines from Japan are officially certified and are widely used for the treatment of specialized heart diseases and CVS disorders in Japanese clinics. Each heart medicine has been clinically tested and certified as prescription medicine. Their effectiveness has exceeded the 70% efficiency rate, and the side effects remain at a level that does not reach one percent of the observed cases.
Japanese medicines for the treatment of heart and support of the cardiovascular system today are necessary means of supporting health and prolonging life for elderly generation. In conditions of deteriorating ecology and continuously increasing stress, heart and vascular diseases take the first place in mortality rate. However, in Japan this trend is not observed precisely because of the high development of cardiological medicines and their widespread use in practice by Japanese doctors and surgeons in hospitals.
Please note you need to follow general guidelines and dosage guidelines when taking these heart medicines for the heart disorders and support from Japan. Meidicnes have a strong effect, and you need to monitor patient’s state continuously.
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