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Are beta blockers used to treat both stable and unstable angina?
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Mazin Albert
General Practice
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In brief: Yes
Yes, beta-blockers are used to treat both stable and unstable angina as a role in reducing cardiac workload.

In brief: Yes
Yes, beta-blockers are used to treat both stable and unstable angina as a role in reducing cardiac workload.
Mazin Albert
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Dr. Shahin Tavackoli
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: They are
Beta blockers are commonly used to treat coronary disease and the weight of the evidence actually is for those patients who have already suffered a heart attack or have congestive heart failure.
However, by corollary and by some evidence, actively ischemic heart disease patients (stable and unstable angina) do better with lower heart rates which result from beta blockers.

In brief: They are
Beta blockers are commonly used to treat coronary disease and the weight of the evidence actually is for those patients who have already suffered a heart attack or have congestive heart failure.
However, by corollary and by some evidence, actively ischemic heart disease patients (stable and unstable angina) do better with lower heart rates which result from beta blockers.
Dr. Shahin Tavackoli
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