Description of the medicine: Alprenolol (Alprenolol)
ALPRENOLOL (Alprenolol) *. 1- (ortho-allylphenoxy) -3- (isopropyl-amino) -2-propanol hydrochloride.
Synonyms: Aptin, Alfeprol, Alpheprol, Alpresol, Arrobal, Artin, Artol, Betacard, Betin, Corbetan, Dimacor, Sinalol, etc.
The structure is close to oxprenolol.
It is an indiscriminate b-blocker. It has moderate internal sympathomimetic activity. Relatively little effect on heart rate.
Indications for use in cardiology practice are the same as for anaprilina and oxprenolol.
It is prescribed orally in the form of 50 mg tablets, starting with 2-4 tablets per day, then, if necessary, increase the dose to 200-400 mg (4-8 tablets) per day (in 2 doses, in the morning and evening). When combined with other antihypertensive drugs (in the treatment of hypertension), 50 mg (1 tablet) is prescribed in the morning and evening.
Possible side effects, precautions and contraindications are the same as when using other indiscriminate β-blockers (see Anaprilin).
Release form: tablets of 0.05 g (50 mg) in a package of 30 pieces,
Storage: List B.