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Sildenafil for Erectile Dysfunction


Review Literature: (Hatzimouratidis and Hatzichristou, 2007).

Basic pharmacology, side effects, drug interactions and contraindications of sildenafil please see section PDE5 inhibitors.

Indications for Sildenafil

Sildenafil is used for the medical treatment of erectile dysfunction.

Pharmacokinetics of Sildenafil

Dosage of Sildenafil

In healthy men, the recommended starting dosage is 50 mg sildenafil. Depending on the effects and side effects, the dosage may then change to 25 mg or 100 mg sildenafil. In men with liver impairment, severe renal insufficiency, cardiac risk factors, in older men, with an antihypertensive medication or with cytochrome p450 inhibitors, the recommended starting dosage is 25 mg sildenafil.







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References

Hatzimouratidis und Hatzichristou 2007 HATZIMOURATIDIS, Konstantinos ; HATZICHRISTOU, Dimitrios:
Phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors: the day after.
In: Eur Urol
51 (2007), Jan, Nr. 1, S. 75–88; discussion 89


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