Search Tag: Landiolol

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Aop-health-receives-market-authorization-for-landiolol-in-canada

2023 13 Dec

At the end of November 2023, AOP Orphan Pharmaceuticals GmbH ( AOP Health ), an Austrian pharmaceutical company based in Vienna, received authorization from the Canadian Health Authority (Health Canada) for its ultra-short-acting, cardioselective β1-blocker Landiolol. The drug is used in intensive care to treat atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter...Read more

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Cardiovascular-management-in-septic-shock-optimising-vascular-and-cardiac-function

2023 30 Nov

An overview of vasopressor management, current evidence on its use, when to initiate vasopressor therapy for best possible patient outcome and a discussion regarding the use of landiolol in septic patients with persistent tachycardia.    Optimising Vasopressin Initiation in Septic Shock   Patients with septic shock, and especially...Read more

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Cardiovascular-management-in-sepsis-improving-cardiac-and-vascular-functions

2023 13 Oct

Vasopressin and landiolol are critical therapies for ensuring the vascular and cardiac systems are as close to optimal conditions as possible during septic shock. Better cardiovascular management in septic shock can help improve septic shock management.     Sepsis is a life-threatening organ dysfunction caused by a dysregulated host response...Read more

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Improving-haemodynamic-management-of-icu-patients-decatecholaminisation-cardiac-stress-reduction

2022 08 Dec

A summary of a symposium organised by AOP Health with presentations from Ricard Ferrer, Vall d’Hebron University Hospital, Barcelona, Spain; Bruno Levy, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nancy, CHU Nancy · Réanimation Médicale Brabois, France; and Michael Fries, St. Vincenz Krankenhaus Limburg, Department of Anesthesiology, Germany....Read more

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Rationale-behind-practice-landiolol-in-critical-care

2022 16 Mar

A summary of data regarding the use of landiolol as a potential immunomodulator in septic patients and its effectiveness and safety in the management of new-onset postoperative atrial fibrillation (POAF). Cardiovascular Dysfunction and Sepsis Cardiovascular dysfunction is a common complication of sepsis. Approximately 40 to 50% of patients...Read more

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Management-of-acute-arrhythmias-in-patients-with-cardiac-dysfunction-update-of-esc-guidelines-1

2021 30 Sep

In 2020, the ultra-short acting beta-blocker landiolol was first included in the ESC guidelines with a class I recommendation. The recommendations were based on study results demonstrating the rapid response, efficacy, and safety of this drug. At a recent symposium, during 2021 Heart Failure World Congress, cardiologists were invited to present...Read more

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Evidence-based-management-of-atrial-fibrillation

2021 22 Feb

The 2020 ESC Guidelines and the addition of Landiolol An overview of the updated guidelines for the diagnosis and management of atrial fibrillation, developed in association with the European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery. T he European Society of Cardiology (ESC) provides a range of scientific and educational activities,...Read more

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Atrial-fibrillation-and-sepsis-a-life-threatening-combination

2020 08 Oct

  Almost half of the patients with sepsis suffer from myocardial depression and a reduced ejection fraction. Sepsis can also cause changes in circulating volume, vascular tone, and coronary blood flow, all of which affect heart function and heart rate. Serum catecholamine levels and direct measurements of renal sympathetic nerve activity have shown...Read more

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Covid-19-and-the-potential-effects-on-the-cardiovascular-system

2020 11 Aug

COVID-19 affects the myocardium and myocarditis and cardiac injury is a common condition among hospitalised patients. Landiolol, a new ultra-short acting, intravenous most  β 1 selective blocker, can help reduce inflammation and provide therapeutic benefits. Influenza, bacterial pneumonias, respiratory infections and viruses...Read more