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Group II antiarrhythmics

What are Group II antiarrhythmics

Group II antiarrhythmics: Beta-blockers. These work by blocking sympathetic nervous system stimulation to the heart, thereby reducing the transmission of impulses within the heart’s conduction system.

A drug may be classified by the chemical type of the active ingredient or by the way it is used to treat a particular condition. Each drug can be classified into one or more drug classes.

Group II antiarrhythmics: Beta-blockers. These work by blocking sympathetic nervous system stimulation to the heart, thereby reducing the transmission of impulses within the heart’s conduction system.

List of Group II antiarrhythmics:

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acebutolol systemic (Pro, More...)
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9.5
propranolol systemic (Pro, More...)
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8.5
esmolol systemic (Pro, More...)
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