Coversyl 2 mg
Coversyl 2 mg tablet is a prescription medication used for treating high blood pressure. It also helps in treating heart conditions including heart failure and heart attack. The active ingredient of the medicine is perindopril which helps to control blood pressure by relaxing blood vessels. The medication may be used alone or along with other medications that are used to reduce blood pressure. Perindopril is extremely beneficial in treating mild to moderate congestive heart failure when used in combination with medications like diuretics and digoxin. The medicine is helpful in reducing the risk of cardiac events after a recent heart attack or for people with CAD or coronary artery disease. Your physician may suggest this medication for another purpose as well. Use Coversyl 2 mg tablets only when they are prescribed to you.
Clinical 2 mg uses of Coversyl
Coversyl is formulated to ease the strain on the heart in people with low blood pressure. The medicine may have other uses as well. It treats:
- Mild to moderate congestive heart failure along with other medications
- Reduces the risk of cardiovascular events in patients with high blood pressure and in those who have had a heart attack and CAD.
The active ingredient of the medicine is Perindopril, which relax the blood vessels to allow blood for proper blood circulation.
In general, Coversyl should is taken once a day. However, your physician may have prescribed you with a different dosing schedule after determining your condition and that is more appropriate for you. You must take the medicine daily without missing any dose as missing dose may increase the risk of delayed effects. Take it regularly and continuously to maintain the effects. Make sure that you have an adequate supply of medicine in your hand. The tablet must be taken before heaving a meal.
Possible Side Effects
People using Coversyl tablet may experience side effects such as weakness, dizziness, cough, stomach pain, and weakness. Immediately visit your nearest health care center if any of these become troublesome, or if you notice any serious side effects such as fast heartbeat, hoarseness, chills, sore throat, fainting, swelling of the lips, eyes, hands, tongue, throat, and legs. The side effects given here are not the only ones that you can experience with Coversyl, there may be other as well. Talk to your physician to get the complete list of side effects.
- Tell your physician if you have a history of the medical condition. Whether you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you smoke or consume alcohol.
- Let your physician known about your allergic reactions or if you have any allergies to food, dyes, and preservatives.
- Tell your physician if you are using prescription, non-prescription, vitamins and other natural supplements.
Coversyl may interact with other medicines and herbal supplements. In such a case, check with your physician before using any other medication other than Coversyl. A drug interaction may be dealt with by dosage adjustment or a change in medication schedule. the treatment requires regular monitoring by a physician.