The clinical pharmacology of beta adrenoceptor blocking drugs author links open overlay panel matthew e conolly friedrich kersting colin t dollery. General pharmacology beta blockers are drugs that bind to beta adrenoceptors and thereby block the binding of norepinephrine and epinephrine to these receptors this inhibits normal sympathetic effects that act through these receptors therefore beta blockers are sympatholytic drugs. 1 prog cardiovasc dis 1976 nov dec193203 34 the clinical pharmacology of beta adrenoceptor blocking drugs conolly me kersting f dollery ct. Clinical pharmacology of the beta receptor blocking drugs hypertension the adrenoceptor blocking drugs have proved to be effective and well tolerated in hypertensionalthough many hypertensive patients respond to a blocker used alone the drug is often used with either a diuretic or a vasodilator in spite of the short half life of many antagonists these drugs may be administered
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