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This page shows the latest heart attack patients news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

AstraZeneca’s Farxiga scores another FDA fast-track designation

AstraZeneca’s Farxiga scores another FDA fast-track designation

or cardiovascular death in adult following an acute myocardial infarction or heart attack. ... secondary prevention of cardiovascular events among high-risk patients who have experienced a heart attack.

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  • AstraZeneca’s Brilinta reduces rate of secondary stroke AstraZeneca’s Brilinta reduces rate of secondary stroke

    heart attack and/or death when given to patients who had previously suffered a stroke or transient transient ischaemic attack. ... The drug is already approved for the treatment of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) and for the secondary prevention of

  • Novartis plans inclisiran trial in the UK Novartis plans inclisiran trial in the UK

    Novartis also plans to conduct ORION-4, the ongoing study for patients who have already had a heart attack or stroke, with this study making the UK the global trial centre. ... In January, Novartis announced that it has teamed up with the NHS which will

  • AZ says Brilinta hits the mark in new stroke trial AZ says Brilinta hits the mark in new stroke trial

    When used on its own by patients who had already suffered a stroke or transient ischaemic attack (TIA), it demonstrated a trend towards fewer subsequent events of stroke, heart attack ... The drug is already approved for the treatment of acute coronary

  • Amarin files fish oil-based heart drug Vascepa in Europe Amarin files fish oil-based heart drug Vascepa in Europe

    The EU filing comes as Vascepa (icosapent ethyl) is also under review by the FDA for a new label claim that the drug can reduce the incidence of heart attack and ... with Vascepa “major adverse cardiovascular events such as stroke, heart attack and

  • Mistrust of pharma still blocking NHS collaborations Mistrust of pharma still blocking NHS collaborations

    The benefits of well-managed and well-targeted joint working projects to patients and the NHS – and pharma - are widely accepted on both sides, but these remain relatively few and far ... Examples of successful joint initiatives include one between

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  • Proving real-world value Proving real-world value

    Insights reach R&D that ordinarily take years; beta-blockers, for example, found expanded use to control hypertension only after retrospective analysis of four decades of use in heart attack patients.”. ... We create thousands of patient leaflets

  • Patient collaborations

    Published: 21 Nov 2011. AZ’s patient support programme provided holistic support to newly diagnosed heart attack patients. ... Improve discharge information. Maximise adherence to medication. Address psychological health. AstraZeneca also launched a

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  • Understanding the "Big Picture"

    In this case, of the male patients with ACS, 27% experienced angina and 73% experienced a heart attack. ... This quickly demonstrates that the majority of male patients who experience a heart attack will be found within the non ST-elevated heart attack

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