Couldn't find what you looking for?

TRY OUR SEARCH!

Hello, folks. My neighbor has been suffering from systemic sclerosis. It has been a while. As far as I know, she has been using niphelat. I would like to know something about the usage of this drug for vasculitis in systemic sclerosis. I would really appreciate this. Thank you in advance. Bye!

Loading...

Hello. Nifelat or nifedipine is an antagonist of calcium. It blocks calcium to enter the muscles in blood vessels. In that way, blood vessels spread. Spreading blood vessels is important in systemic sclerosis. Raynaud’s phenomenon which is common for systemic sclerosis is caused by spasms of arterioles on certain regions. This can compromise oxygen supply. That is why it is important to spread these vessels. I hope this will be helpful. Good luck!
Reply

Loading...