Najnovejši podatki podpirajo nadaljnjo uporabo zaviralcev angiotenzinske konvertaze (zaviralcev ACE) ter antagonistov angiotenzina II (sartanov) med pandemijo COVID-19

Najnovejši podatki podpirajo nadaljnjo uporabo zaviralcev angiotenzinske konvertaze (zaviralcev ACE) ter antagonistov angiotenzina II (sartanov) med pandemijo COVID-19

Nedavne opazovalne ┼ítudije z zaviralci angiotenzinske konvertaze (zaviralci ACE) ter antagonisti angiotenzina II (sartani) ne ka┼żejo, da bi ta zdravila vplivala na tveganje za oku┼żbo z novim koronavirusom (virusom, ki povzro─Źa COVID-19) ali imela negativen u─Źinek na izid bolezni pri bolnikih s COVID-19.

Evropska agencija za zdravila (EMA) zato ponovno svetuje, da bolniki nadaljujejo z jemanjem teh zdravil v skladu z navodili zdravnika (glejte objavo JAZMP z dne 30.3.2020). Če imajo vprašanja ali skrbi glede zdravljenja, naj se posvetujejo s svojim zdravnikom.

Zaviralci ACE in sartani se najpogosteje uporabljajo za zdravljenje bolnikov z visokim krvnim tlakom, sr─Źnim popu┼í─Źanjem in boleznijo ledvic. V medijih in publikacijah je bila izra┼żena zaskrbljenost glede u─Źinkov teh zdravil pri bolnikih s COVID-19. Kot del stalnega spremljanja varnosti zdravil je bilo pregledanih 20 nedavno objavljenih ┼ítudij o uporabi zaviralcev ACE in sartanov med pandemijo COVID-19, ki so pokazale, da najnovej┼íi klini─Źni dokazi teh pomislekov ne podpirajo.

V okviru EU regulativne mre┼że o zdravilih bodo EMA in pristojni nacionalni organi dr┼żav ─Źlanic EU ┼íe naprej spremljali vse razpolo┼żljive in nove podatke o uporabi zdravil v ─Źasu pandemije COVID-19 in sodelovali z drugimi regulatorji in zadevnimi evropskimi in mednarodnimi organizacijami, da bi zagotovili zanesljive nasvete za varno uporabo zdravil.  Informacije o priporo─Źilih o COVID-19 so dostopne na spletnih straneh EMA in JAZMP.

Povzeto po objavi EMA skupine COVID-19 EMA pandemic Task Force (COVID-ETF).

V primeru kakr┼ínihkoli novih priporo─Źil bomo javnost sproti obve┼í─Źali.

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