Medical therapy

Medical therapy refers to the use of prescription medication to treat specific risk factors or medical illnesses. There are a wide range of proven and effective drug therapies in the field of cardiovascular medicine aimed at alleviating symptoms, slowing progression of disease and improving survival.

Blood thinners
(anti-platelets/ anticoagulants)
Cholesterol Blood Pressure Angina Arrhythmia Heart Failure
Aspirin Statins Angiotensin
converting enzyme
inhibitors (ACEi)
Beta-blockers Beta-blockers Loop diuretics
Clopidogrel Fibrates Angiotensin II
receptor blockers
(ARB)
Calcium channel antagonists Calcium channel antagonists Angiotensin
converting enzyme
inhibitors (ACEi)
Ticagrelor Calcium channel antagonists Nitrates Digoxin Angiotensin II
receptor blockers
(ARB)
Prasugrel Thiazide diuretics Nicorandil Flecainide Beta-blockers
Warfarin Alpha-blockers Ranolazine Sotolol Eplerenone
DOAC Spironolactone Amiodarone Spironolactone
Beta-blockers Sacubitril/Valsartan

A cardiology specialist would assess your symptoms and risk factors carefully before considering appropriate cardiovascular investigation. This evaluation could confirm a specific diagnosis which may be helped by medical therapy. We can advise you as to the best available treatment options, potential side effects and monitoring requirements.