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- 1 What is Atenolol?
- 2 What is Atenolol used for?
- 3 How to use Atenolol?
- 4 Dosage
- 5 Side effects
- 6 When should you not use Atenolol (contraindications)
- 7 Pregnancy / Lactation
- 8 Interactions with other drugs
- 9 Ability to drive
- 10 Alcohol
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What is Atenolol?
Atenolol is a Beta-Blocker: a drug that lowers blood pressure. It is the heart can slow beating, and reduces the oxygen demand of the heart.
What is Atenolol used for?
Atenolol diseases mainly in the case of functional cardiovascular disorders, high blood pressure and heart (Angina pectoris, heart rhythm disorders) in the acute treatment of myocardial infarction prescribed.
How to use Atenolol?
Take Atenolol at fixed times. The tablet can be swallowed Whole with a little liquid oral. Note: The Discontinuation of the drug Atenolol, the doctor must determine. This medication should always be reduced gradually to prevent health problems.
Atenolol tablets are available in 25, 50 and 100 mg available. Ask the doctor what dosage you should use. The usual dose depends on the severity of your disease. Follow the advice of your doctor and read the information leaflet carefully. A missed dose can be taken at a later date. Follow the instructions as described in the leaflet. An Overdose often leads to very low blood pressure and low heart rate, causing weakness, fatigue, and asthma attacks can occur. In this case, please urgently see a doctor.
Atenolol has the following side effects:
- Dizziness due to a reduced blood pressure (these symptoms often disappear after continued use)
- Gastro-Intestinal Symptoms (Nausea, Vomiting, Constipation, Diarrhea)
- Dryness of the mouth
- Cold hands and feet.
You can find a complete list of side effects in the package leaflet. You speak with the doctor if severe side effects occur or if you notice any side effects not listed in this leaflet.
When should you not use Atenolol (contraindications)
You may not use Atenolol if you are allergic to the active ingredient Atenolol or any of the other ingredients. Consult with the doctor about the use of Atenolol, if you are liable to Asthma or COPD, autoimmune disease or other serious diseases.
Pregnancy / Lactation
You may not use Atenolol if you are breast-feeding. In addition, the application of this medicine is not recommended if you are pregnant or intend to become pregnant.
Interactions with other drugs
Atenolol may interact with the following medications:
- Other antihypertensive drugs
- Anti-Inflammatory Painkillers
- Glucose-reducing drugs
- Adrenaline Injections
Talk with your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any of these drugs or other medications.
Ability to drive
If you are using Atenolol, it can cause during the first few days of dizziness. Often this disappears after a while, and then they are to participate again in the situation on the road.
Alcohol can cause dizziness in combination with Atenolol. Be careful with the use of alcoholic beverages.