Sustac - Information, specialists, frequent questions.

Usage of Sustac

Indications: Angina prophylaxis
Contra Indications: Sildenafil, anaemia, head trauma, cerebral haemorrhage, incipient glaucoma

Adverse and side effects

Headache, flushes

Special precautions

If discontinue long term treatment, gradually reduce dosage

Questions about Sustac

Our experts have answered 4 questions about Sustac

The most common is headache. Sustac expands blood vessels which is used to improve blood supply to the heart in treatment of angina but it also expands arteries elsewhere in the body which can…
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Dr. Jonathan C. Pitts Crick
Dr. Jonathan C. Pitts Crick
Cardiologist
Bristol
You can do but they are a bit different. Nicorandil can be more effective but especially in older people can cause attacks of faintness.
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Dr. Mark Dancy
Dr. Mark Dancy
Cardiologist
South Harrow
You should take it first thing in the morning and then again 8 hours later. The important thing is that the medication gets out of the blood stream completely every 24 hours or it becomes ineffective.…
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