new beta-blocker called Bystolic (buy-STOL-ic)
You'll see a new beta-blocker called Bystolic (buy-STOL-ic).
Bystolic (nebivolol) is the 14th beta-blocker to hit the market.
It's given once daily and costs about $2 a day.
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- Patients are asking if they should stop Vytorin
- STOPPING all NSAIDs except aspirin in heart attack patients
- new beta-blocker called Bystolic (buy-STOL-ic)
- Having pseudoephedrine "behind-the-counter" in stores to reduce diversion to meth labs is leaving people with congestion
- plan to IMMEDIATELY minimize HIV or hep B risk from an accidental stick
- WelChol (colesevelam) for type 2 diabetes to lower GLUCOSE
- metformin is no longer contraindicated in patients with heart failure
- More controversy is brewing over "bioidentical" hormones
- genetically test many Asians BEFORE starting carbamazepine
- new lower-strength Soma (carisoprodol) tablet
- Cialis (tadalafil) every day for erectile dysfunction
- Rx Essentials, a new line of over-the-counter supplements promoted for "drug-induced nutrient depletion"
- how to dose low-molecular-weight heparin (Lovenox, etc) in very obese patients
- significant new drugs approved by the FDA in 2007 is enclosed
- "flip, whip, and drip" method for administering AzaSite (azithromycin) ophthalmic drops
- the new Dilantin 100 mg capsules