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Beta blockers treat a variety of conditions, such as high blood pressure, glaucoma and migraines. Find out more about dosing and side effects.

Post-PCI Beta-Blockers Offer No Benefit in Some Seniors: NCDR

"For many patients beta-blockers are not a priority, and we should concentrate on treatments that have proved to be important, such as statins and antiplatelet therapy," an expert said. H...

Hemodynamic rebound, variceal bleeding not seen after beta-blocker interruption in cirrhosis

In a prospective study, abrupt interruption of beta-blockers did not lead to hemodynamic rebound or increase the risk for variceal bleeding among patients with cirrhosis.Researchers evaluated 249 cons...

Haemodynamic rebound, variceal bleeding not seen after beta-blocker interruption in cirrhosis

In a prospective study, abrupt interruption of beta-blockers did not lead to haemodynamic rebound or increase the risk for variceal bleeding among patients with cirrhosis.Researchers evaluated 249 con...

Early-BAMI: Early use of beta-blockers does not benefit patients with STEMI before PCI

CHICAGO — Using IV beta blockers before PCI in patients with STEMI was safe but provided no benefit, researchers reported at the American College of Cardiology Scientific Session. In 683 patients wi...

Using beta-blockers after elective PCI does not improve cardiovascular outcomes in older adults

The use of beta-blockers in older adults with stable angina who underwent PCI did not reduce the adjusted mortality rate, MI, stroke or revascularization, according to retrospective, observational reg...

Adverse effects and tolerability of {beta} blockers

Regarding side effects and tolerability of β blockers, Kotecha and colleagues state: “Although β blockers are often associated with side effects, data from randomised trials consistently show no t...

Beta-blockers following angioplasty show little benefit for some older patients

Following coronary angioplasty, beta-blockers did not significantly improve mortality rates or reduce the number of future cardiovascular incidents for older patients with stable angina but no history...

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Beta-blockers do not provide survival benefit in a population with angiographic coronary artery disease without myocardial infarction or reduced ejection fraction: A meta-analysis.

While beta-blockers have been widely used for patients with stable coronary artery disease (CAD), some concerns have been raised that beta blockers do not have survival benefit in this population. We ...

Addition of beta-blockers to digoxin is associated with improved 1- and 10-year survival of patients hospitalized due to decompensated heart failure.

Many of the studies associating digoxin use with increased mortality were conducted before beta-blockers became a standard therapy for heart failure (HF) patients. Our goal was to determine the effect...

A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials assessing the impact of beta-blockers on arterial stiffness, peripheral blood pressure and heart rate.

The recognition of beta-blockers as a preferred initial therapy for hypertension has been a hot topic of debate recently. This meta-analysis was aimed to assess the impact of different beta-blockers o...

Why Medical Schools Should Embrace Wikipedia: Final-Year Medical Student Contributions to Wikipedia Articles for Academic Credit at One School.

Most medical students use Wikipedia as an information source, yet medical schools do not train students to improve Wikipedia or use it critically.

Effect of Antihypertensive Drugs on Uric Acid Metabolism in Patients with Hypertension: Cross-Sectional Cohort Study.

Background: Hypertension is a common complication in patients with gout and/or hyperuricemia. Besides, hyperuricemia is a risk factor of gout as well as ischemic heart disease in hypertensive patients...

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