I am currently undergo company medical check up, but i have a problem of raising heart rate at Blood pressure when i seing a doctor. If im at home my BP and HR are normal, before i undergo the check up i drink metroprolol to lower my heart rate. so in this regard Can metroprolol be detected during blood laboratory test? Thank you
Can metroprolol be detected during blood laboratory test?
Question posted by raster kent on 16 Feb 2013
Last updated on 16 February 2013
It can be detected, if they are testing for it. Drug screens done for work, are done looking for any illegal controlled medication, narcotics. They don't usually look for prescription meds that aren't controlled substances.
Yes, it will be detected in your blood. Anything the goes in the body is in the body. But some will be excreted in your urine.
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