Новые возможности патогенетической терапии легочной артериальной гипертензии

Автор: Мартынюк Тамила Витальевна, Наконечников Сергей Николаевич, Чазова Ирина Евгеньевна

Журнал: Евразийский кардиологический журнал @eurasian-cardiology-journal

Рубрика: Оригинальные статьи

Статья в выпуске: 1, 2013 года.

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В обзоре представлены новые данные о возможностях лекарственной терапии легочной артериальной гипертензии (ЛАГ). Известно, что основной характеристикой патологического процесса является легочное сосудистое ремоделирование - комплексный процесс, включающий клеточную пролиферацию, гипертрофию, миграцию клеток, нарушение апоптоза, продукции и деградации межклеточного матрикса. Это определяет интерес к лекарственным препаратам, которые являются не только мощными вазодилататорами, но и имеют антипролиферативный и антиремоделирующий эффекты. Следует выделить два основных подхода для дальнейшего улучшения терапии ЛАГ: 1) новые, более эффективные или более удобные для применения лекарственные препараты, которые воздействуют на вышеуказанные установленные мишени; 2) лекарственные препараты, которые воздействуют на новые патогенетические мишени, выявленные в результате последних научных исследований в области ЛАГ. Они показали потенциальную эффективность в экспериментальных моделях, а также в ранних фазах клинических исследований и являются перспективными с точки зрения дальнейшего совершенствования патогенетической терапии ЛАГ.

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Легочная артериальная гипертензия, эндотелин-1, антагонисты рецепторов эндотелина, оксид азота, ингибиторы фосфодиэстеразы типа 5, простациклин

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