labetalol


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antihypertensive drug (trade names Trandate and Normodyne) that blocks alpha and beta-adrenergic receptors of the sympathetic nervous system (leading to a decrease in blood pressure)

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Keywords: alteplase, antihypertensive, blood pressure, hydralazine, ischemic stroke, labetalol, nicardipine, stroke, thrombolytic
Preoperatively, the patient's hypertension was poorly controlled on doxazosin, hydrochlorothiazide, irbesartan, labetalol, nifedipine and hydralazine.
So, she was moved to labetalol, which is the current practice in terms of management of blood pressure problems in pregnancy," Dr.
Fentanyl 150 [micro]g and labetalol 10 mg were injected slowly while she was pre-oxygenated and the blood pressure decreased to 140/85 mmHg and pulse rate to 110/minute.
Severe hypertension can be treated with labetalol, phentolamine, nitroprusside, or similar agents.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Results of nonstress tests in 112 pregnant women being treated for chronic hypertension from January 2003 to September 2007 did not differ significantly in patients on labetalol, compared with those on methyldopa, results of a retrospective study found.
Medicines labetalol and methyldopa are sometimes given to women suffering high blood pressure, including mild to moderate cases.
08 0507 0918 Augmentin 1500 1845 1930 Labetalol and Dexamethasone 1940 9 2050 2100 marked MgS[O.
The adrenergic blocker labetalol may be associated with either acute or insidious onset of myalgias or proximal muscle weakness.
The use of labetalol in the management of cocaine crisis.
Labetalol (10 -20 mg IV) may be useful, particularly in the presence of tachycardia.
Continuing reports about dispensing errors over confusion with lamotrigine (Lamictal) and the antifungal terbinafine (Lamisil) have prompted the Food and Drug Administration to issue a warning in early December, Pharmacists may give lamotrigine in error to patients with prescriptions for a number of other drugs, most commonly Lamisil, lamivudine, Ludiomil, labetalol, and Lomotil, the FDA cautioned in its Safety Alert (www.
Commonly used alpha-beta blockers include labetalol, Normodyne, Trandate.
Antihypertensive therapy was administered in 16%, most commonly nitroprusside, followed by labetalol.