*From a study of heart failure patients in the National PINNACLE Registry, where 1,851 patients with an ejection fraction (amount of blood pumped with each heartbeat) less than or equal to 45% had increased symptoms of heart failure that required hospitalization or IV medicine.
VERQUVO is a prescription medicine used in adults who are having symptoms of their chronic (long-lasting) heart failure, who have had a recent hospitalization or the need to receive intravenous (IV) medicines and have an ejection fraction (amount of blood pumped with each heartbeat) of less than 45 percent to reduce the risk of dying and to reduce the need to be hospitalized.
VERQUVO may cause birth defects if taken during pregnancy.
Do not take VERQUVO if you:
The most common side effects of VERQUVO include:
†Over 5,000 heart failure patients participated.
Take VERQUVO exactly as your healthcare provider tells you to. Be sure to talk to your doctor about all medicines you are taking. Do not take VERQUVO if you are taking another medicine called a soluble guanylate cyclase stimulator (sGC). Ask your healthcare provider if you are not sure if you are taking an sGC medicine.
VERQUVO has been studied with a number of other medications, including: