Hopace 2.5 Tablet is widely used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure and may even be prescribed after a heart attack. It also lowers the chances of having a heart attack or stroke.
Hopace 2.5 Tablet may be prescribed either alone or in combination with other medicines. It can be taken on an empty stomach or with a meal. This medicine should preferably be taken at the same time each day to get the maximum benefit. It is important to continue taking it regularly even if you feel well or even if your blood pressure is controlled. Most people with high blood pressure do not feel any symptoms, but if you stop taking this medicine, your condition could get worse. This is a widely used medicine and is considered safe for long-term use.
Making some changes in your lifestyle will also help lower your blood pressure. These may include regular exercise, losing weight, not smoking, reducing alcohol intake, and reducing the amount of salt in your diet as advised by your doctor.
Before taking this medicine, let your doctor know if you have any kidney or liver problems. Pregnant or breastfeeding mothers should also consult their doctor before taking it. Your doctor may check your kidney function, blood pressure, and potassium levels in your blood at regular intervals while you are taking this medicine.
BENEFITS OF HOPACE TABLET
In Treatment of Hypertension (high blood pressure)
In Prevention of heart attack and stroke
In Treatment of Heart failure
HOW TO USE HOPACE TABLET
HOW HOPACE TABLET WORKS
Regular monitoring of blood pressure is recommended for dose adjustment.
Inform your doctor if you develop any signs and symptoms of jaundice while taking this medicine.
Interaction with drugs
Using the below medicines along with Hopace Tablet may reduce the efficacy or cause side effects.
- Sacubitril, valsartan (used to treat a type of long-term (chronic) heart failure in adults)
- Diuretics (used to treat high blood pressure) Ex. furosemide, hydrochlorothiazide
- Anesthesia (used in operations or dental treatment) Ex. lidocaine
- Non-Steroidal AntiInflammatory Drugs (used to relieve pain and inflammation) Ex. ibuprofen or indomethacin and aspirin
- Ephedrine, noradrenaline or adrenaline (used to treat low blood pressure, shock, cardiac failure, asthma or allergies)
- Ciclosporin, sirolimus, everolimus (used in prevention of graft rejection after transplant)
- Spironolactone, triamterene, amiloride, potassium salts, trimethoprim alone or in combination with sulfamethoxazole (used for treating infections)
- Heparin (used for thinning blood)
- Prednisolone (steroid used to reduce inflammation)
- Allopurinol (used to lower uric acid in blood)
- Procainamide (used for heart rhythm problems)
- Racecadotril (used to treat diarrhea)
- Immunosuppressants (used to suppress the immune system) ex. temsirolimus, everolimus, sirolimus
- Vildagliptin, insulin (used in treatment of diabetes)
- Lithium (used in treatment of mental health problems)
- Angiotensin II receptor blocker (usen in diabetes related kidney problems) Ex. aliskiren, valsartan, telmisartan, irbesartan
- Neprilysin (NEP) inhibitors (used in treatment of heart failure and high blood pressure) Ex. racecadotril