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  1. Beta-blockers | Condition Leaflet

    Beta-blockers, What are beta-blockers and how do they work? Beta-blockers are medicines that are used to treat a variety of conditions. , sotal...

  2. Medication after a Heart Attack (Myocardial Infarction) | Condition Leaflet

    Also, you will normally be advised to take clopidogrel or ticagrelor in addition to aspirin for up to 12 months after the heart attack. Beta-blockers - help to protect the heart ...

  3. Alpha-blockers | Condition Leaflet

    Alpha-blockers, There are more studies which show that medicines such as beta-blockers, ACE inhibitors and diuretics are better than alpha-blockers at lowering the ...

  4. Calcium-channel Blockers | Condition Leaflet

    Calcium-channel Blockers, They are safe to take with a beta-blocker. In fact, a dihydropyridine calcium-channel blocker plus a beta-blocker medici...

  5. Calcium-channel Blockers | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Calcium-channel Blockers, It is less negatively inotropic than verapamil but should still be used cautiously with beta-blockers. It is a 'rate-limiting' CCB. ...

  6. H2 Blockers | Condition Leaflet

    H2 Blockers, Most people who take H2 blockers do not develop any side-effects. What are H2 blockers? H2 blockers are a group of medicines that reduce the amoun...

  7. CT Head Scanning Indications | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    CT Head Scanning Indications, Claustrophobia is less of a problem compared with MRI. Indications CT remains the investigation for the diagnosis and management of many centra...

  8. PEG Feeding Tubes - Indications and Management | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    PEG Feeding Tubes - Indications and Management, Contra-indications to PEG [ 9 ] Absolute contra-indications for use of PEG in adults: Active coagulopathies and t...

  9. Surgical Drains - Indications, Management and Removal | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Surgical Drains - Indications, Management and Removal, With better evidence, management of surgical patients should improve and surgeons should be able to practise based upon sound scientific...

  10. Arterial Blood Gases - Indications and Interpretation | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Arterial Blood Gases - Indications and Interpretation, This is slow and may need secretion of H + ions or reabsorption/new production of HCO 3 - ions. [ 3 ] Indications ...

  11. Extended-spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBLs) | Condition Leaflet

    Extended-spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBLs), Extended-spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBLs) are chemicals (enzymes) that can be made by some germs (bacteria). The ESBLs can make some antib...

  12. Beta Hex Deficiency | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Beta Hex Deficiency, The products of the 3 genes HEXA, HEXB and GM2A are respectively: Alpha subunits of b-hexosaminidase A: absence or defects of these results in Tay-Sachs disease (...

  13. Medicines for High Blood Pressure | Condition Leaflet

    Then, a yearly blood test is usual. Beta-blockers Beta-blockers are not usually used for blood pressure treatment alone any more. , hypertension high blood pr...

  14. Heart Failure | Condition Leaflet

    One may be used instead of an ACE inhibitor if you have problems or side-effects with taking an ACE inhibitor (such as a persistent cough). Beta-blockers A beta-b...

  15. Acute Coronary Syndrome | Condition Leaflet

    An alternative clot-buster medicine should be given if you have another myocardial infarction in the future. A beta-blocker medicine Beta-blocker medicine...

  16. Marfan's Syndrome | Condition Leaflet

    There are medicines which may help to slow down any widening of your aorta. Beta-blockers are often prescribed for this reason. Other medicines used include calcium antagonists , ...

  17. Microvascular Angina (Cardiac Syndrome X) | Condition Leaflet

    Several different medicines may also be helpful, including calcium-channel blockers , beta-blockers , angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors , ranolazine and s...

  18. Medicines to Prevent Migraine Attacks | Condition Leaflet

    Which medicines are used to prevent migraine attacks? Beta-blockers Beta-blockers include propranolol , atenolol , metoprolol , timolol and nadolol .

  19. Chronic Open-angle Glaucoma | Condition Leaflet

    They may aim to: Reduce the amount of aqueous humour that you make (for example, beta-blockers) Increase the drainage of aqueous humour (for example, prostaglandin analogue ...

  20. Acute Angle-closure Glaucoma | Condition Leaflet

    Treatments may include: Eye drops containing beta-blocker medication (to reduce fluid production in your eye) and steroids (to reduce inflammation) - for example,  ti...