practolol


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practolol

(ˈpræktəˌlɒl)
n
(Pharmacology) a beta-blocker with formula C14H22N2O3, formerly used to treat cardiac arrhythmia, but now largely withdrawn due to severe side-effects
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sup][4] The WHO's Uppsala International Drug Monitoring Collaboration Center used BCPNN to analyze, by which they identified a number of ADRs, such as identification of acidosis and esophagitis as the most common adverse reaction of alendronate sodium and confirmation the association between pericarditis and practolol.
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Treatment of hypertension following endotracheal intubation--A study comparing the efficacy of labetalol, practolol and placebo.
Literature reports about practolol induced pleural complications showed that drug withdrawal usually leads to resolution of pleural effusions but no improvement in the pleural thickening (8-10).
Of the estimated 5,000 analogs synthesized to address the inherent carcinogenicity of pronethalol, 47 were marketed, with practolol and atenolol being regarded as the parent drugs of modern [beta]1 antagonists.