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Re: atenolol vs metoprolol (bisoprolol)

Posted by sdb on April 18, 2006, at 17:37:11

In reply to Re: atenolol vs metoprolol, posted by sdb on April 18, 2006, at 17:27:51

bisoprolol is a very smooth drug. It's the most beta1-selective behind nebivolol. But if you want to stop adrenergic stimuli from the adrenal gland bisoprolol is nonsense. Bisoprolol does diminish exercise tachycardia mediated mainly through noradrenaline and the connecting nerves to the cardiac tissue. A positive aspect of bisoprolol is, that it is very unlikely you will have bad sideeffects or more severe problems with asthma or a vasoconstriction.





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