Health workers in Australia say they are testing a drug that can prevent a severe heart attack and stroke and may also help treat people suffering from hypertension.
The drug, called cobalamin, was developed by a company called Cobalamin Therapeutics, which also produces other drugs for heart conditions.
The company says it has tested the drug on people with heart disease, but not for people with hypertension.
The drug, which is marketed under the trade name cobalamine, is effective at preventing blood clots in the heart, which occurs when the heart muscle becomes clogged.
People with a heart condition that causes clots can experience a stroke or a heart attack if they are not treated quickly.
When patients are taken off the drug and given medication that stops the clots, they may be able to manage their condition.
However, the drugs used to help people with low blood pressure manage their symptoms may also be helpful for people who have high blood pressures, according to a recent study by scientists at Johns Hopkins University.
In the study, researchers found that when people with cardiovascular disease who had high blood rates took cobalamides they also tended to have lower blood pressure.
The findings, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, suggest that cobalamines could help people who are already taking medications that slow the progression of heart disease.
“I think it’s a really important step forward for heart health, for people living with heart failure,” said Dr. Matthew R. Kapp, a cardiologist at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Dr. Kapps said that it is possible that a cobalamide-based drug could help patients who have heart failure who have hypertension or high blood-pressure because the drugs affect different parts of the heart.
Researchers are looking for a safe, cost-effective way to make cobalamins, which are also used in medications for treating certain conditions such as diabetes and high blood cholesterol.