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Essential hypertension is, at least in many subjects, associated with a decrease in insulin sensitivity, whereas glycemic control… Expand 1. This study investigated the influence of age on the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, general tolerability and concentration… Expand Dilevalol, the RR-stereoisomer of labetalol, is a non-cardioselective beta-adrenoceptor antagonist with substantial partial beta… Expand Summary: Sixty-one patients (41 men, 20 women) aged 29-73 years, with moderate to severe hypertension, were enrolled in a… Expand We compared dilevalol (an isomer of labetalol), 200-400 mg daily, against atenolol, 50-100 mg daily, in a double-blind, crossover… Expand Dilevalol combines vasodilation due to selective beta 2 agonism and nonselective beta antagonism. We studied 311 patients… Expand The bioavailability and pharmacokinetics of dilevalol following oral and intravenous administration were investigated in 12… Expand Dilevalol combines a nonselective blocking action on beta-receptors with selective beta 2-agonist activity. In this double-blind… Expand A single high-performance liquid chromatographic (HPLC) assay for the quantitative determination of dilevalol, the R,R isomer of… Expand It is not surprising that there has been a search for compounds that combine two useful antihypertensive properties. The… Expand