Definitions for "Beta blockers"
drugs that block the binding of adrenaline to specific cell receptor sites, causing a reduced heart rate and reduced force of heart contraction ad heart output during exercise.
A class of drugs that are used to treat high blood pressure and other cardiovascular conditions. These drugs also improve EF. Coreg, also known as carvedilol, is a beta-blocking medication that was approved for the treatment of mild and moderate heart failure in May 1997.
A drug which blocks receptors in the myocardium (the middle layer of the heart wall) and other sites, reducing heart rate and blood pressure.