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- What brand names are available for acebutolol?
- Is acebutolol available as a generic drug?
- Do I need a prescription for acebutolol?
- What are the uses for acebutolol?
- What are the side effects of acebutolol?
- What is the dosage for acebutolol?
- Which drugs or supplements interact with acebutolol?
- Is acebutolol safe to take if I'm pregnant or breastfeeding?
- What else should I know about acebutolol?
What brand names are available for acebutolol?
Is acebutolol available as a generic drug?
GENERIC AVAILABLE: Yes
Do I need a prescription for acebutolol?
What are the uses for acebutolol?
- Sectral is used alone or with other drugs to treat high blood pressure and arrhythmias. It also is used to treat chest pain due to coronary artery disease (angina) in which the supply of blood and oxygen to the heart are inadequate for the heart to pump normally.
What are the side effects of acebutolol?
Most adverse reactions to Sectral have been mild, not required discontinuation of therapy, and tended to decrease as the duration of treatment increases. Adverse events include:
- Excessive tiredness
- Upset stomach
- Muscle aches
Possible serious side effects include:
- Heart failure
- Slow heart rate
- Heart block
- Heart attack
- Abnormal heart beats
- Raynaud phenomenon
- Lupus erythematous
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