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Bystolic Side Effects

6/18/2016 8:28:58 AM
Bystolic Side Effects

In this article we will discuss all the known Bystolic side effects. Let's go.

Allergic manifestations: rarely - angioedema.

Other: dry eyes, bronchospasm.

From the nervous system: a feeling of exhaustion, fatigue, dizziness, headache, paresthesia, depression, drowsiness, decreased concentration, insomnia.

From the digestive system side effects are the following: burping air or food, drying of the mucous membranes in the mouth, nausea, diarrhea, flatulence, constipation.

Since the cardiovascular system: swelling of the extremities, shortness of breath, bradycardia, orthostatic hypotension, Raynaud's syndrome, false angina, AV-blockade.

For the skin: erythema, rash, pruritus. Very rarely - increased symptoms of psoriasis.
Doctor should prescribe Bystolic with caution to patients suffering from diabetes, allergic diseases, renal insufficiency, psoriasis, hyperthyroidism, AV-blockade of I degree, COPD, angina, and patients older than 75 years.

Cancellation of beta-blockers should be done gradually over a period of 8-10 days, and in patients with coronary artery disease - up to 14 days.

Bystolic: pressure normalization in the heart and blood vessels

When treatment is necessary in the morning and evening to control blood pressure.

At the beginning of the treatment is necessary in the morning and evening to control blood pressure and heart rate.

In non-smokers the effectiveness of beta-blockers is higher than that of smokers.

Acceptance of the drug does not alter glucose levels in diabetic patients, but under the influence of the active drug substance such signs of hypoglycemia as palpitations and sweating may be masked.

The drug should be used with caution and in hyperthyroidism (increased thyroid function), because the presence of beta-blockers in the blood can completely reverse the tachycardia.

It is necessary to carefully assess the risk of the use of drugs by patients with psoriasis, as there is a risk of worsening its course.

Bystolic Beta-blockers may exacerbate symptoms of peripheral circulation.

Those who wear contact lenses are better taken into account that taking beta-blockers can significantly reduce the production of tear fluid.

If necessary, the application of anesthesia is required for admission to warn the anesthesiologist Bystolic.

With continued use of the drug to patients with diabetes need to control the level of glucose 1 every 4 months; Elderly patients should be monitored over the function of the kidneys, studies are carried out at least 1 time in 4 months.

The use of children and young people is not recommended.