beta-adrenergic blocker

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beta-adrenergic blocker

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Noun1.beta-adrenergic blocker - any of various drugs used in treating hypertension or arrhythmiabeta-adrenergic blocker - any of various drugs used in treating hypertension or arrhythmia; decreases force and rate of heart contractions by blocking beta-adrenergic receptors of the autonomic nervous system
acebutolol, Sectral - an oral beta blocker (trade name Sectral) used in treating hypertension
atenolol, Tenormin - an oral beta blocker (trade name Tenormin) used in treating hypertension and angina; has adverse side effects (depression and exacerbation of congestive heart failure etc.)
blocking agent, blocker - a class of drugs that inhibit (block) some biological process
carvedilol - beta blocker that can reduce the progression of heart failure in individuals whose disease is not advanced
Brevibloc, esmolol - intravenous beta blocker (trade name Brevibloc) that acts for only a short time; used primarily for cardiac arrhythmias
Lopressor, metoprolol - beta blocker (trade name Lopressor) used in treating hypertension and angina and arrhythmia and acute myocardial infarction; has adverse side effects (depression and exacerbation of congestive heart failure etc.)
Corgard, nadolol - a beta-adrenergic blocking agent (trade name Corgard) that is used to treat hypertension and angina
pindolol, Visken - an oral beta blocker (trade name Visken) used in treating hypertension
Inderal, propanolol - the first beta blocker (trade name Inderal) used in treating hypertension and angina pectoris and essential tremor
Blocadren, timolol - a beta blocker (trade name Blocadren) administered after heart attacks
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The Company's portfolio of approved and marketed brands includes: Xydalba (dalbavancin hydrochloride), for the treatment of acute bacterial skin and skin structure infections (ABSSSI); Zevtera/Mabelio (ceftobiprole medocaril sodium), a cephalosporin antibiotic for the treatment of community- and hospital-acquired pneumonia (CAP, HAP); Brinavess (vernakalant IV) for the rapid conversion of recent onset atrial fibrillation to sinus rhythm; Aggrastat (tirofiban hydrochloride) for the reduction of thrombotic cardiovascular events in patients with acute coronary syndrome, and Esmocard and Esmocard Lyo (esmolol hydrochloride), a short-acting betablocker used to control rapid heart rate in a number of cardiovascular indications.
This idea that cancer thrives on stress was emphasized by several other studies that came out about the same time reporting that betablocker drugs might have a role in slowing cancer growth.
A post-mortem examination concluded Ms Cowdery died from poisoning due to propranolol, a betablocker medication used for anxiety symptoms, and found alcohol in her system.
In our series, all our patients received medical treatment based on a double antiplatelet aggregation, statin, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor, and betablocker. PCI was used in one case in addition to medical treatment, giving the presence of extensive dissection from the ostium of the right coronary artery with persistent pain.
New guidelines for heart failure management recommend considering ivabradine to reduce hospitalizations in patients with EF less than 35 percent, but reserving it for those with resting a resting heart rate exceeding 70 bpm despite being on a maximum tolerated dose of a betablocker. However, it is a lower-tier recommendation compared with other current heart failure drugs.
The effect of betablocker premedication on the surgical field during endoscopic sinus surgery Laryngoscope 2004;114(6):1042-6.
Eligible patients were randomized (1: 1) to receive either TTFC (1 drop/affected eye, self-administered every evening at approximately 8 p.m.) or continued with their existing betablocker monotherapy (1 drop/affected eye twice daily, selfadministered at approximately 8 a.m.
K from metoprolol, a betablocker, to an ACE inhibitor, ARB, or CCB may help prevent further weight gain, and possibly even lead to weight loss.
The treatment comes at a price - Sally blames betablocker Sotalol for causing her hair to fall out.
Several studies have looked closely for an association with betablocker use in this population.
Audience members wondered whether being on warfarin or betablocker therapy affected the rate of brain volume loss or cognitive function.