Nadolol antihypertensive effect and disposition in young and elderly adults with mild to moderate essential hypertension.

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Nadolol was effective and well tolerated as once-daily monotherapy for mild to moderate essential supine diastolic hypertension (SDBP) in 10 young (mean age, 39 years) and 12 elderly (mean age, 68 years) patients in a single-blind, placebo-baseline, escalating-dose study. Doses required to reduce SDBP to 90 mm Hg were not different in young (1.08 +/- 0.21… (More)

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