PROPRANOLOL reviews is a preparation with a broad spectrum of activity. It has calming and anti-stress properties. In addition, it works hypotensive and reduces the frequency of heart contractions.
propranolol review hydrochloride (Propranolola hydrochloridum)
The product should be administered in the presence of hypertension, angina pectoris (in addition to Prinzmetal angina), hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (with narrowing of the outflow tract and / or intraventricular), spontaneous tremor, situational and generalized anxiety, especially somatic type. Also indicated as part of secondary prophylaxis and primary myocardial infarction in people with coronary artery disease. Use to prevent migraines, upper gastrointestinal bleeding in people with portal hypertension and varices of the esophagus and as part of supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias. In the alternative, for hyperthyroidism and thyroid turnover, and as part of the perioperative procedure for pheochromocytoma (in combination with the – adrenolytic agent).
The drug is in the form of tablets intended for oral use. The propranolol reviews contained therein is a non-selective beta-blocker that retains adrenergic beta1 and beta2 receptors. It does not show sympathomimetic activity. It reduces the sinus stimulus activity, slows the conduction in the atrioventricular node, contributes to the prolongation of the refractory period and the slowdown of cardiac function and the reduction of the ejection volume. It causes lowering of blood pressure and shows anti-arrhythmic properties. It limits the oxygen consumption of the myocardium.
- hypersensitivity to the constituent substances of the preparation
- slow heart rate
- cardiogenic shock
- heart failure that is not controlled
- metabolic acidosis
- chronic starvation
- serious disturbances of peripheral circulation
- heart block IIst. or IIIst.
- Prinzmetal’s angina
- a syndrome of a sinus node
- unheated phaeochromocytoma
- conditions associated with the risk of decompensated hypoglycaemia, eg malnutrition, wasting, long-term liver disease, diabetes or taking preparations that block the full response to catecholamines.