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  • Selective β1 Blocker
    3 Drugs classified under this drug class


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    Lopresor Divitabs
    Novartis
    RX
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    Lopresor Divitabs

    Selective β1 Blocker. Metoprolol Tartrate 200 mg.
    DIVITABS (fractional S.R.): 14 (calendar
    pack). 1/2-1 tab. in morn.
    Hypertens., ang. pect., arrhythm., proph.
    myocard. reinfarct., proph. migraine.

    Neobloc
    Unipharm
    RX
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    Neobloc

    Selective β1 Blocker. Metoprolol Tartrate 100 mg.
    TABS: 30. Hypertens: 100 mg dly.
    maint: 100-200 mg dly. See lit. Ang.
    pect: 100-150 mg dly. in 2-3 div. doses.
    See lit.
    Hypertens., ang. pect., proph. myocard.
    reinfarct., reduce CV mort. in
    hemodynam. pts. with acute M.I., proph.
    migraine syndr., proph. of paroxys.
    tachycard., prior to card. catheterisation.
    C/I: Bradycard., Adams-Stokes attacks.

    Normalol
    Dexcel
    RX
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    Normalol

    Selective β1 Blocker. Atenolol 25, 50, 100 mg.
    TABS.: 30 x 25mg, 50mg, 100mg. The
    dose must always be adjusted accord.
    to individ. requirem. of the pts., with
    the lowest possible start. dosage.
    Ang. Pect.: initial. 50mg dly, may incr.
    gradual. to 100mg after 1 wk., as
    needed and tolerated.
    Late intervention after acute M.I.:
    100mg dly.
    Hypertens.: initial. 25-50 dly; may incr.
    gradual. after 2 wks. to 100mg dly as
    needed and tolerated.
    Elderly: dosage requirem. may be
    reduced especial. in pts. with impaired
    renal funct. See lit.
    Tmt. of Ang. pect.; Acute M.I.; Hypertens.
    C/I: Ped. pts.
    Pts. with: known hypersens. to act.
    substan., cardiogenic shock., uncontrol.
    HF., sick sinus syndr., 2nd or 3rd degree
    heart block., untreated
    phaeochromocytoma., metabolic
    acidosis., bradycard. (<45 bpm).,
    hypotens., Severe peripher. arterial
    circulat. disturbance.

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