Acebutolol

Details About Generic Salt ::  Acebutolol 

Main Medicine Class:: #N/A   Sub Medicine Class ::  #N/A

4D. ANTI-HYPERTENSIVES in 4. CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
ACEBUTOLOL
ß-ADRENERGIC BLOCKER (SELECTIVE) | ANTI-HYPERTENSIVE, ANTI-ARRHYTHMIC
also comes under 4B. Anti-Arrhythmics in 4. Cardiovascular System
PK: A: Well absorbed D: Extensive M: Hepatic E: Urine, bile, feces & intestine

Indications & Dose: HYPERTENSION PO Adult 200-800mg/day in 2 divided doses | VENTRICULAR ARRHYTHMIAS PO Adult Initially 400mg/day in divided doses MD 600-1200mg/day in divided doses max 1.2g/day

Contra: Bronchospasm/asthma, COPD, metabolic acidosis, prinzmetal’s angina, cardiogenic shock, hypotension, severe PAD, sinus bradycardia, second/third-degree AV block

Precautions: During drug withdrawal, first-degree AV block, pheochromocytoma

ADR: Serious: shortness of breath & dyspnea, worsen cardiac disorders, pneumonitis, HF, heart block, bronchospasm, raynaud’s syndrome, blurred vision, hematological reactions, SLE, Others: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, rash, coldness of extremities, headache, depression, dizziness, fatigue, myopathy

DDI: Serious Glibenclamide/Chlorpropamide leads to hypoglycemia, Methoxyflurane/Cyclopropane/Trichloroethylene leads to myocardial depression

Diet: With/without food

Monitor: Blood glucose, BP, HR, CNS effects, ECG

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