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Re: Beta Blockers and Tachycardia sdb

Posted by KaraS on February 2, 2005, at 1:26:46

In reply to Re: Beta Blockers and Tachycardia, posted by sdb on February 1, 2005, at 18:45:27

> Atenolol is not that cardioselective. It is the betablocker named "cardioselective" with the least beta1-selectivity. Thus atenolol has some positive qualities against stress (adrenaline) response (mostly measured by isoprenaline infusion). But much less than some other betablockers. For example nadolol, oxprenolol (slow-trasicor), pindolol


So are you saying that nadolol, oxprenolol and pindolol are more cardioselective?



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