Heart attack patients given antiarrhythmic (irregular heartbeat) drugs are more likely to die. ...
I have high blood pressure and was given a beta blocker drug by my GP last September. I was assured there would be no side effects. ... ...
Q I regularly take aspirin but, recently, I’ve been prescribed an antihypertensive. Is there any interaction between these drugs? - CH, Swindon
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HOORAY! THE DRUGS WORK: But then again, they don't
Six months ago, I was anaemic and diagnosed with angina. Although not very severe, I was told I would have to stay on beta-blockers for life!
Heart failure is a catch-all term which simply means that your heart isn’t working quite as well as it should. A number of problems building up over time can result in a heart that can’t pump as well as it used to.
If you go to your doctor with high blood pressure, it’s very likely he’ll give you a drug called a beta-blocker. For the past 10 years, it’s been considered the ‘gold-standard treatment’ for high blood pressure, or hypertension - in other words...
Q My 59-year-old husband was prescribed Flixonase, an aqueous nasal spray for his asthma and sinus problems. After about 18 months, he started getting nosebleeds.
Q I have been prescribed Arimidex for a recurrence of cancer in a lymph node. Tamoxifen failed to stop the growth. Can you give me any information about this drug