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A Card Tablet

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A Card Tablet drug information describes its compostion, interactions, working methods, uses, side effects, precautions to be taken before taking..etc

Uses of A Card Tablet

Why and for what indications and diseases A Card Tablet drug is prescribed?

  1. Hypertension
  2. Myocardial infarction
  3. Angina
  4. Arrhythmias

A Card Tablet medicine Side Effects

What are the side effects (mostly) caused by A Card Tablet drug?

  1. Impotence
  2. Hypersensitivity reactions
  3. Confusion
  4. Constipation
  5. Cold hands or feet
  6. Disturbed sleep
  7. Dizziness
  8. Low blood pressure
  9. Loose motion
  10. Lethargy
  11. Leg pain
  12. Pain in muscles
  13. Extremities
  14. Headache
  15. Dry eyes

Composition Salts in A Card Tablet

List of generics and active salts used in A Card Tablet drug?

  1. Atenolol (50 mg)

Working methodology of A Card Tablet

How the drug A Card Tablet works (pharmacology) for patients?

  1. Blocking receptors resulting in slowing of heart rate and reducing oxygen demand.

Interactions of A Card Tablet with other medicines

What are the other drugs and chemicals interact with A Card Tablet drug?

  1. Amiodarone
  2. Digoxin
  3. Diltiazem
  4. Disopyramide
  5. Ibuprofen
  6. Naproxen
  7. Nifedipine
  8. Verapamil

Precautions to be taken for A Card Tablet

What are all the precautions to be taken before administering A Card Tablet?

  1. Avoid sudden position changes
  2. Cessation should be done gradually over 7-14 days along with patient monitoring
  3. Do not drive or operate heavy machinery
  4. Do not stop taking atenolol abruptly
  5. Do not take double dose to compensate for a forgotten dose
  6. Limit alcohol consumption and smoking
  7. Monitor blood glucose level carefully

Contra Indications of A Card Tablet

When and on what circumstances A Card Tablet has to be avoided?

  1. COPD sick sinus syndrome
  2. Cardiogenic shock
  3. Hypersensitivity
  4. Manifested heart failure
  5. Overt cardiac failure
  6. Peripheral vascular disease
  7. Pregnancy
  8. Second and third degree heart block
  9. Sinus bradycardia

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