To combat the scourge of modern society – high blood pressure or hypertension, pharmacology has created a lot of products, constantly improving them and making it less harmful to the body. In this case, you should pay attention to the means of Aceon, manual instruction of which defines it as a drug, reducing the elasticity of the arteries and narrowing arterial vessels.

Pharmacological effect

This antihypertensive drug improves the functioning of the heart, reducing the overall atrial strain and pressure in the left or right ventricle. When you take Aceon regularly a decrease in heart rate and restore the elasticity of major blood vessels are noticed and, therefore, the adaptability of the heart to physical stress increases. The prolonged use of this drug does not affect on the activity of the kidneys and the concentration of potassium in the body.


Considering the means of Aceon, experts prescribe it for heart failure, post-MI sclerosis and hypertension or stable ischemia. In addition, excellent results were obtained for the use of Aceon by patients suffering from stroke or blood circulation in the brain.


It is taken once during the day, usually in the morning, on an empty stomach. In the case of arterial hypertension the drug is taken in 5 mg for a month. If improvement is not observed, the doctor may increase the dose to 10 mg / day.

In the case of prevention the secondary stroke patients are administered 2.5 mg of medications, increasing the dosage to 10 mg if it is necessary. You can begin this prevention no earlier than three weeks after suffering a stroke. By the way, chronic heart failure also implies acceptance of medicine 2.5 mg. Usual maintenance dose is 5 mg / day.

Patients of older age (over 70 years) who took up this diuretic tool is recommended to drink at a dosage of 2.5 mg / day, and after two months are advised to increase the dosage in half.


Manual instruction recommends to take Aceon not for all people. It is not prescribed in the following cases:

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  • hypersensitivity to other ACE inhibitors;
  • intolerance of perindonpril arginine and other components of the drug;
  • lactation period;
  • the second and third trimester of pregnancy;
  • angioneurotic edema, on the background of previous use of ACE inhibitors.


This medication should be taken with caution for persons with angina pectoris, cerebrovascular disease, renal artery stenosis, hyponatremia or renovascular hypertension.

Ingestion of the active substance Aceon can cause diarrhea, nausea, occurrence of cough and bronchospasms, dry mouth, rhinitis, pancreatitis, abdominal pain, renal failure and cholestatic jaundice. In rare cases, the patient can feel the violation of taste, lack of appetite and a weak allergic reaction – hives, swelling and itching.