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Atenolol

No Prescription

Atenolol is prescribed to patients who are suffering from any of the following medical conditions:
- Anginapectoris;
- High Blood pressure;
- Prevention of future heart attacks (especially after the patient has already experienced at least one);
- Prevention of migraines;

Atenolol is prescribed in the treatment of high blood pressure. It combines a beta-blocker drug and a diuretic. Atenolol can be prescribed alone or in combination with other high blood pressure medications. Atenolol, the beta blocker, decreases the force and rate of heart contractions. Chlorthalidone, the diuretic, helps your body produce and eliminate more urine, which helps in lowering blood pressure.

Contraindications

Atenolol is contraindicated if you have any of the following conditions:
- Angina that does not respond well to medical treatment;
- Asthma;
- Blockage;
- Cardiogenic shock;
- Chronicobstructive pulmonary disorder;
- Diabetes;
- Heart Failure;
- Hypotension;
- Kidneydisease;
- Liver Disease;
- Metabolic acidosis;
- Phaeochromocytoma;
- Severebradycardia;
- Sick Sinus syndrome;

Side Effects

Atenolol side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Bradycardia;
- Bronchospasm;
- Cold Extremities;
- Diarrhea, Nausea, Constipation, Vomiting and so on;
- Disturbed sleep;
- Dizziness;
- Fatigue;
- Heart Failure;
- Rash;

Atenolol side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Slow Heartbeat;
- Nausea;
- Fatigue;
- Dizziness;

Other Brand Names

In some countries Atenolol may also be known as:
- Ablok;
- Adenamin;
- Angipress;
- Anselol;
- Apo-Atenol;
- Arcablock;
- Ate Lich;
- Atebeta;
- Ateblocor;
- Atecard;
- Atel;
- Atenblock;
- Ateneo;
- Atenet;
- Atenobal;
- Atenobene;
- Atenoblock;
- Atenodan;
- Atenogamma;
- Atenolab;
- Atenolan;
- Atenopress;
- Atenor;
- Atenorm;
- Atenotop;
- Atenovit;
- Atenuol;
- Atepress;
- Azectol;
- Betacar;
- Betasyn;
- Biotenor;
- Cardioblock;
- Catenol;
- Corotenol;
- Corpaz;
- Ditenol;
- Docateno;
- Fabotenol;
- Felobits;
- Grifotenol;
- Ilaten;
- Labotensil;
- Myocord;
- Neotenol;
- Novo-Atenol;
- Nu-Atenol;
- Plenacor;
- Prenormine;
- Sifnolol;
- Telvodin;
- Tenoblock;
- Tenoprin;
- Tenormin;
- Tenormine;
- Tensig;
- Tensilol;
- Tozolden;
- Uniloc;
- Vericordin;

Dosage.

ADULTS

Dosage is always individualized.

The usual starting dosage is 1 Atenolol 50 tablet taken once a day. Your doctor may increase the dosage to 1 Atenolol 100 tablet taken once a day. Your doctor may gradually add other high blood pressure medications.

Your doctor will adjust your dosage if your kidney function is impaired.

CHILDREN

The safety and effectiveness of Atenolol have not been established in children.
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