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NICE says no to AZ and Vifor’s rival hyperkalaemia drugs

NICE says no to AZ and Vifor’s rival hyperkalaemia drugs

Between 1% and 10% of hospital inpatients have hyperkalaemia. Many patients won’t display any symptoms, but some severe cases can lead to cardiac arrest. ... Hyperkalaemia is also seen in patients taking common medications for heart failure, such as

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  • Deal Watch July 2016 Deal Watch July 2016

    for the treatment of hyperkalaemia.

  • Deal Watch November 2015 Deal Watch November 2015

    Paying $90 per share (headline value $2.7bn) in acquiring ZS Pharma, AstraZeneca gains access to ZS-9, a possible best in class product for hyperkalaemia which is under FDA review. ... ZS Pharma. AstraZeneca. Acquisition - company. Lead product ZS-9,

  • Pharma deals during October 2013 Pharma deals during October 2013

    Examples of recent IPOS. Company. Product/technology. Target ($m). Relypsa. Patiromer for hyperkalaemia in chronic kidney disease (phase III).

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