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OA: Beta-Blockers May Reduce Need for Painkillers (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) -- Beta-blockers could be useful addition to antihypertensive regimens in osteoarthritis

Post-MI Beta-blockers in Frail Elderly Up Survival, Lower QoL

For the most vulnerable, whose main goal is quality of life, not longevity, "it might be quite reasonable to withhold beta-blockers," said the authors of the observational study. Heartwire...

Beta-Blockers for Cocaine-Associated Chest Pain

While there is a consensus that cocaine causes cardiotoxicity that is multifactorial in nature, is the role of beta-blockers in mitigating its effects any more clear? Medscape Pharmacists

Is Exam Use of Beta-Blockers Related to Psychopathology?

Students who received prescriptions for beta-blockers during examination times had significantly increased risks for future suicidal attempts and other psychotropic prescriptions.

Beta blockers following acute MI may reduce mortality, increase functional decline in older adults

Nursing home residents who received beta blockers after an acute MI had a 26 percent relative reduction in 90-day mortality, according to a cohort study.

Beta-blockers risk functional decline in some older patients

Nursing home residents with pre-existing cognitive or functional impairments were at a higher risk of functional decline after taking beta-blockers following acute myocardial infarction, study shows.

Underuse of Beta-blockers in Heart Failure and COPD

Many physicians are reluctant to prescribe beta-blockers to heart failure patients with concomitant COPD because of concerns regarding potential bronchoconstriction. Should they be more widely used? ...

Researchers find beta blockers reduce death risk but impair function after heart attack

Beta blockers are effective in reducing the risk of death in older nursing home residents after a heart attack, but may impair their ability to perform daily functions independently, according to a ne...

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Prestroke treatment with beta-blockers for hypertension is not associated with severity and poor outcome in patients with ischemic stroke: data from a national stroke registry.

Beta-blockers are not recommended as the initial therapy for hypertension. Reports on associations between use of beta-blockers and stroke severity are inconclusive. We assessed associations between p...

Beta-blockers for hypertension.

Beta-blockers refer to a mixed group of drugs with diverse pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties. They have shown long-term beneficial effects on mortality and cardiovascular disease (CVD) wh...

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...

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