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Calcium Channel Blockers Contraindications
Are beta blockers & calcium channel blockers truly contradicted in Wolff-Parkinson-White patients?
Are these drugs used to reduce cardiac output: calcium channel blockers and beta (receptor) blockers?
Not recommended: It is not usual practice to be on duplicate medications within the same class. ...Read more
Name says it all: Calcium channel blockers block the channel that allows vascular tone to increase and lowers blood pressure. The beta blockers work on beta recetors on the vessels to lower pressure . The heart has both beta receptors and calcium channels. Therefore betablockers and some calcium channel blockers can slow the heart rate as well. ...Read more
Taking Cartia XT 180 MG, I heard there's an interaction with NSAIDS and Calcium Channel Blockers?
What is the drug of choice for controlling pacs and afib? Calcium channel blocker or beta blocker?
Calcium blocker: Calcium channel blockers are often used for the management of hypertension in pregnancy. Beta blockers are classified as pregnancy category c, meaning that they have not been systematically studied. Although both classes of medications are used in pregnancy, calcium channel blockers are likely to be safer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dear doc, is cod liver oil safe to take with:
1. bp meds (beta blockers, calcium channel blockers)
2. proton pump inhibitors &
3. VitD3 supplements?
Yes: It's fine to take with the blood pressure medications and the proton pump inhibitor. I would probably stop the vitamin D supplement as cod liver oil has vitamin A and D as the main vitamin sources. Vitamin D is one you can get in trouble with because it is fat soluble and can accumulate in your organs if you take too much. ...Read more
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