Labetalol compared with propranolol in the treatment of black hypertensive patients.

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A double-blind parallel group study was conducted to examine the effects of oral labetalol, in doses from 100 to 800 mg BID, and propranolol, 40 to 320 mg, in patients with mild to moderate hypertension. The doses of labetalol (n = 74) and propranolol (n = 79) were titrated weekly to achieve a sitting diastolic blood pressure (DBP) of less than 90 mmHg or… (More)

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@article{Saunders1987LabetalolCW, title={Labetalol compared with propranolol in the treatment of black hypertensive patients.}, author={Elijah B Saunders and Charles L. Curry and Jerre Hinds and B Waine Kong and Milenko Medakovic and Michael P. Poland and Katrina Roper}, journal={Journal of clinical hypertension}, year={1987}, volume={3 3}, pages={294-302} }