During weeks 2-8, average weekly angina frequency was significantly lower with ranolazine versus placebo (3.8 [3.6-4.1] versus 4.3 [4.0-4.5] episodes, P=0.008), as was weekly sublingual nitroglycerin use (1.7 [1.6-1.9] versus 2.1 [1.9-2.3] doses, P=0.003).The rate of serious adverse events and the rate of discontinuations due to adverse events were similar between the ranolazine and placebo groups. Notable non-serious adverse events included nausea, reported in 17 ranolazine and two placebo patients; dizziness, reported in 17 ranolazine and six placebo patients; and constipation, reported in eight ranolazine and two placebo patients; see below for important safety information.
Gilead’s Ranexa® Reduces Angina Frequency In Study Of Chronic Angina Patients With Type 2 Diabetes
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