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What are beta levels?

What are beta levels?

That depends: That depends on a lot. In the world of obgyn, it usually refers to the hormone produced when a woman is pregnant. We follow it sometimes to help determine if a pregnancy is normal or not early in the pregnancy. Sometimes it is tested in rare cancers or abnormal molar pregnancies as well. Other hormones may be refer to as betas in other fields of medicine as well. ...Read more

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What is thalessima beta?

What is thalessima beta?

Beta thalassemia: is a genetic disorder that results in low production of beta hemoglobin. Red cells contain hemoglobin to carry oxygen to our tissues. In adults hemoglobin is a complex of alpha and beta hemoglobin. Beta thallassemia results in anemia, but the severity may vary in different patients depending on the whether one or both copies of the gene are mutated. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of high beta levels?

Beta what?: There are many different "beta" compounds. There's even a tropic fish named beta. Which one do you mean? ...Read more

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What is a beta blocker?

What is a beta blocker?

Beta blocker: It is a category of medication that is primarily used for cardiovascular diseases, such as high blood pressure and rhythm problems of the heart. Some other conditions are also treated with beta blockers, but the most common is for hypertension. There are several unique drugs in this category, and some of them have been available for many years. Common ones include Propranolol and metoprolol. ...Read more

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Is beta of 5500 in week 4 bad?

Is beta of 5500 in week 4 bad?

Not Necessarily: Beta HCG should reach the 5000's in week six, or after 21 days after conception. Your dates may be incorrect. Check with your ob. ...Read more

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Why do people take beta-blocker's?

Why do people take beta-blocker's?

Many reasons: Angina, coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, chf, atrial fibrillation and other heart rhythm disorders, palpitations, public speaking anxiety, tremor and migraines all can see some benefit from beta blockers. Cad, chf, af and BP are the most common reasons. ...Read more

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How is nanodol as a beta blocker?

See below: It is a nonselective beta blocker with a long half-life that taken one a day. ...Read more

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Hr is 104do I need a beta blocker?

Hr is 104do I need a beta blocker?

Why is it fast: Important to figure out why your heart rate is fast and what kind of rhythm it is. Beta blockers are indicated for specific rhythm disturbances. ...Read more

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Does a beta blocker work in your system right away?

Does a beta blocker work in your system right away?

Beta blocker: Yes if given intravenous it will work right away, but if it is taken orally it will start working as soon as it is absorped in the blood stream. ...Read more