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Beta blocker therapy for heart failure

Unless a contradiction is encountered, beta blockers run a life-long course failure
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Dr. VK Chopra

Chairman Preventive Cardiology

Medanta - The Medicity


Since heart failure is a permanent risk, use of beta blockers runs life-long. But if the patient begins to exhibit contradictions like hypotension, bradycardia, severe bronchospasm or a heart block, they can be temporarily discontinued and resumed after such a situation is resolved,” says Dr. VK Chopra. “When a patient gets a severe heart failure, beta blockers are either down titrated or stopped. Once acute heart failure is cured and euvolemic achieved, beta blockers must be resumed.”

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