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The effect of atenolol, a new cardioselective beta-adrenogenic blocking agent, was studied in 11 patients with angina of effort in a double-bind trial involving monitored exercise tolerance tests. The drug significantly reduced the heart rate, blood pressure and time-tension index. As a result, ST segment depression also diminished after treatment. Although(More)
Twenty patients with coronary heart disease subjected to exercise testing presented ventricular arrhythmias. In a "double blind" design, oral disopyramide was administered during 7 days, after which the test was repeated. In 16 patients disopyramide prevented the appearance of arrhythmia or decreased their severity. Basal heart rate increased. Significant(More)
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