rosuvastatin


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ro·su·va·stat·in

 (rŏ-so͞o′və-stăt′n)
n.
A statin drug, C22H28FN3O6S, used in the form of its calcium salt to lower cholesterol (especially LDL) levels and to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke in individuals with elevated risk.

[Perhaps (fluo)ro- + su(lfonyl) + -vastatin, statin suffix; see pravastatin.]
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rosuvastatin

n rosuvastatina
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The FDA's Endocrinologic and Metabolic Drugs Advisory Committee voted 12-4, with 1 abstention, that data support the use of rosuvastatin for the primary prevention of major cardiovascular adverse events in men aged 50 years and older and in women aged 60 years and older with a fasting LDL cholesterol level below 130 mg/dL, high-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hsCRP) level of 2.
In this new analysis of 6,801 women from the JUPITER study, rosuvastatin 20 mg reduced CV events by 46% in women without CVD but at increased risk of a cardiovascular event, as identified by age and elevated hsCRP (p=0.
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Earlier this year, initial results from ASTEROID (A Study To Evaluate the Effect of Rosuvastatin On Intravascular Ultrasound-Derived Coronary Atheroma Burden) suggested that substantial reductions in LDL-C and increases in HDL- C using CRESTOR are associated with the regression of coronary atherosclerosis.
BARCELONA -- Rosuvastatin for primary prevention of cardiovascular events in elderly patients achieves a relative risk reduction comparable to that seen in younger patients, but with a substantially greater absolute benefit and no increase in treatment-related side effects, according to a new secondary analysis of JUPITER.
i) ASTEROID (A Study To Evaluate the Effect of Rosuvastatin On Intravascular Ultrasound-Derived Coronary Atheroma Burden) was a 104-week, open label, single-arm, blinded endpoint study designed to study the effect of CRESTOR 40 mg in 507 patients who had undergone coronary angiography and who had evidence of coronary artery disease (CAD).