Reduction of exercise tachycardia in man after propranolol, atenolol and bisoprolol in comparison to beta-adrenoceptor occupancy.

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In a double blind, placebo controlled study, propranolol (240 mg), atenolol (200 mg) or bisoprolol (100 mg) were administered as a single oral dose to groups of 6 healthy male volunteers. Exercise tachycardia was monitored for 84 hours after administration of the drugs to monitor beta blockade in vivo. Plasma samples drawn in parallel with these effects… (More)

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@article{Wellstein1987ReductionOE, title={Reduction of exercise tachycardia in man after propranolol, atenolol and bisoprolol in comparison to beta-adrenoceptor occupancy.}, author={A. Wellstein and Dietrich Palm and Gustav Georg Belz and Raunhild Butzer and R Polsak and B. Pett}, journal={European heart journal}, year={1987}, volume={8 Suppl M}, pages={3-8} }