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3-b-Blockers
They block the beta-1 reveptors in cardial tissue. They reduce the heart's oxygen requirement by decreasing heart rate and force contraction of heart associated with exercise
Tenormin
Atenolol
Hypertension, angina
*bradycardia*
Lopressor
Toprol Xl
Metoprolol
Hypertension, angina
*bradycardia*
Inderal
Propranolol
Hypertension, angina
*Bradycardia*
Corgard
Nadolol
Hypertension
*bradycardia*
Zebeta
Bisoprolol
Hypertension, angina
*bradycardia*
Normodyne
Trandate
Labetalol
Hypertension, angina
*bradycardia*
Blocadren
Timolol
glaucoma
*bradycardia*
Kerlone
Betaxolol
glaucoma
*bradycardia*
Sectral
Acebutolol
Hypertension, angina
*bradycardia*
Coreg
Carvedilol
Hypertension, angina
*bradycardia*
brevibloc
Esmolol
Hypertension, angina
*bradycardia*
Levatol
Penbutolol
Hypertension, angina
*bradycardia*
Do Not use B Blockers for
CHF patients
Diabetic Patients
Asthma Patients
Bradycardia
Slowing down of the heart