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Beta Blockers | Mechanism of Action, Indications, Adverse Reactions, Contraindications

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During this lecture Professor Zach Murphy will go into detail on how Beta Blockers are used to lower and control high blood pressure. This will include a brief discussion on the pathophysiology of hypertension (HTN) and how Beta Blockers target specific receptors to ultimately lower and control high blood pressure. We will then discuss the indications, adverse drug reactions, and contraindications for Beta Blockers.

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