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Plasma concentrations and the time-course of beta blockade due to propranolol

Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics

Dec 1, 1975

Damien McDevitt, David G Shand

PMID: 1169

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The effectiveness of intravenously administered propranolol in antagonizing the chronotropic effect of isoproterenol and exercise has been investigated, and has been found at all times to be a predictable function of its plasma concentrations according to the classical drug-receptor the...read more

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Propranolol
Novodrin
Half-Life
Rexigen
Norepinephrine Receptors
Adrenergic beta-Antagonists
Pulse Rate
Blockade
Isoproterenol
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    Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics

    Dec 1, 1975

    Damien McDevitt, David G Shand

    PMID: 1169

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    Abstract

    The effectiveness of intravenously administered propranolol in antagonizing the chronotropic effect of isoproterenol and exercise has been investigated, and has been found at all times to be a predictable function of its plasma concentrations according to the classical drug-receptor the...read more

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    Propranolol
    Novodrin
    Half-Life
    Rexigen
    Norepinephrine Receptors

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