Oral Soluble Guanylate Cyclase Stimulators Associated With Reduced Hospitalizations for Heart Failure

May 15-17, 2021; Virtual
In meta-analysis of 8 randomized placebo-controlled clinical trials, addition of oral sGC stimulators to guideline-directed medical therapy for heart failure reduced risk of hospitalization for heart failure vs placebo; net adverse events not significantly increased over placebo.
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Released: June 29, 2021


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